Download or Stream this Episode Charles Hackney interviews Mark McMinn about his recent book The Science of Virtue.
Download or Stream this Episode Everyone’s talking Luther these days, and the stories we tell show the world about ourselves as much as they do about the Augusinian monk from half a millennium ago. Is[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Free Online Translations of 1 Clement David Grubbs leads Michial Farmer and Nathan Gilmour on a walk through 1 Clement, a first-century Christian epistle from Rome to Corinth.
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Download or Stream this Episode Immanuel Kant famously distinguished between things, existing as they are, impervious to our mental probings, and objects, those pieces of our world that only come to us as organized and[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Those who recognize the name Michel Foucault might think of him as the strange heir to the legacies of Marx and Nietzsche, a thinker who preferred the idiosyncratic genealogy to[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Listen in as Nathan Gilmour and Theology Beer Camp alum Dre’as Sanchez talk about the Superbowl, the Christian podcast world, and Reza Aslan’s book Zealot: The Life and Times of[…]
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Series Index Criique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant (Hackett edition) Here we are, at the last post of this Kantian read-through. Our hope is that, if you do set out to read through Critique[…]