Author: Michial Farmer

Christian Humanist Profiles 212: Thunder in the Soul

Stream or download this episode. When Abraham Joshua Heschel died in late December 1972, the world lost a major figure in contemporary Judaism—but it lost more than that, too. Heschel was one of the most popular and incisive midcentury religious figures in any religion, almost as popular among Christians as among his fellow Jews. He…

Christian Humanist Profiles 210: The Evening Sky

Stream or download this episode. The poet Charles Hughes’s first collection of poems, 2014’s Cave Art, wasn’t published until he was in his sixties, after more than three decades working as a lawyer. Michial Farmer read that book almost by accident to review it for the Englewood Review of Books and was surprised and delighted…