houseofcardsNathan Gilmour sits down with Tripp Fuller to explore some of the theological and artistic fun that one can have with the Netflix series House of Cards.  The conversation ranges from the English Renaissance to the genre of tell-all memoir and several places besides.


WARNING: SPOILERS INSIDE.  Finish House of Cards Season Three before you start listening unless you want significant plot details spoiled.

3 thoughts on “Christian Humanist Profiles 35: Tripp Fuller on <i>House of Cards</i>”
  1. I am pretty sure that this is the greatest episode ever and will be until the episode on Open Theism that’s been three years in the making.

    PS when in the ATL for AAR there should be a crossover live show. BOOM.

  2. trippfuller We can probably make that happen.  (The live episode, I mean.  You’ve just reminded me of that unkept promise for an Open Theism episode.  That might have to be one of the fall semester’s episodes, since we’re running out of spring semester at this point.)

  3. […] time HBC Deacon from Georgia, professor of English from Emmanuel college, and co-host of the Christian Humanist podcast Nathan Gilmour joins Tripp for a spoiler filled discussion of the House of Cards. If you […]

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