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Download this Episode This fun session will be the penultimate Theology Beer Camp episode. (The last one is going to take some work before I send it out, and you’ll know why when you listen.)[…]
A Primer on Christian Alternative Rock: Poor Old Lu WHO ARE THEY? Hailing from a youth group on one of the many islands off the coast of Seattle, Poor Old Lu was one of the[…]
Download or stream this episode. David Grubbs talks riddles with Nathan Gilmour and Michial Farmer.
Download or Stream this Episode In today’s episode, Coyle and Jordan offer the second episode of our occasional series looking at Roman politics. They turn their attention to the collapse of the Republic, beginning with[…]
The difference between Eastern and Western traditions of Christianity is made visible by many marks, but none more distinctly than the Eastern icon. Their regular visual style, following ancient and set patterns, pulls against the[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Hey Humanists! This is another dispatch from Theology Beer Camp last month. This one features a lecture by Adam Clark, associate professor of theology at Xavier, then an interview that[…]
Listen here! Marie Hause, Victoria Reynolds Farmer, and Leah Henning discuss Margaret Cavendish’s Blazing World, a groundbreaking piece of speculative fiction by a unique seventeenth-century female writer and philosopher. KNOWING Background on Cavendish: her life,[…]
The Trinity and the Vindication of Christian Paradox Well, readers, if you’ve made it this far, I thank you for your patience. I also thank superfan Brett Chase, who provided me the book and provides,[…]
The Trinity and the Vindication of Christian Paradox For those who just tuned in, this series of blog posts is courtesy of listener Brett Chase, who heard me express my distaste for Reformed apologist Cornelius[…]