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In this episode, Marie Hause, Kristen Filipic, and Victoria Reynolds Farmer recap and respond to the recent “Why Christian?” conference held at St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral in Minneapolis on Sept. 18-19, 2015.
Download or Stream This Episode In this episode, Todd Pedlar leads a discussion with Dan Dawson and Charles Hackney concerning the erstwhile planet, Pluto, an episode topic sparked by the fascinating recent discoveries by New Horizons, the[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Nathan Gilmour, David Grubbs, and Danny Anderson talk back to listeners and answer your emails. The subject matter breaks down as follows: 3:00-9:35 [The Excluded Catholic] 9:36-14:33 [Ages Past: Since[…]
Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested. So says Francis Bacon; but who will help us design this literary menu? Left to ourselves, often[…]
Download or Stream this Episode G.K. Chesterton, “The Miracle of Moon Crescent” G.K. Chesterton, “The Hammer of God” Get the Grubbses the Internet: Mission Accomplished! David Grubbs, Todd Pedlar, and Nathan Gilmour chat about two[…]
** We apologize for the audio glitches in this episode. Intros Knowing How we heard of Nadia Bolz-Weber; why she appeals to us Reading The style of Pastrix: “a messy profanity and prayer-laden theological memoir”[…]
Download or Stream this Episode “This Is Water” transcript “This Is Water” on YouTube Danny Anderson chats with David Grubbs and Nathan Gilmour about David Foster Wallace’s graduation speech “This Is Water.” N.B. The sound[…]
Every week, it seems, the Pew Research Center publishes a new discouraging, maybe even terrifying report on religion in America. We’ve been told, for example, that all the major Christian denominations are in decline, at[…]
Download or stream this episode Laches on The Internet Classics Archive After a misfire on the opening (yes, Gilmour realizes now that this is episode 166), Christian Humanists Nathan Gilmour, Todd Pedlar, and David Grubbs dig[…]
David Grubbs leads Danny Anderson and Nathan Gilmour on a professional/clerical/official journey through the office. We start with the Roman Empire and don’t slow down until we’re so far into modernity that even Kafka’s Klamm[…]