Stream or Download this Episode You’ve downloaded an episode of Christian Humanist Profiles, so the odds are more than fair that you’ve read some Shakespeare, watched some Shakespeare, perhaps performed some Shakespeare. But what would[…]
Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode, Coyle concludes a conversation with David and Jordan about the final book in C.S. Lewis’s space trilogy, That Hideous Strength.
Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode, Coyle begins a conversation with David and Jordan about the final book in C.S. Lewis’s space trilogy, That Hideous Strength.
Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode, Jordan Poss and David Grubbs talk with Coyle about the second book in C.S. Lewis’s Space Trilogy, Perelandra.
Marie Hause, Katie Grubbs, and guest Ana Kelsey-Powell discuss The Passion of Perpetua and Felicity. Topics include martyrdom in relation to gender, suffering, and motherhood.
Marie Hause, Carla Godwin, and Ilia Grubbs discuss Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women. Topics include the economics of marriage, the film’s narrative technique and the expectations for female characters, and ambition[…]
There’s a lot of poetry in the Bible. Anyone who flips through its pages can see how many have that telltale jagged edge of printed verse. But it’s not only proportion: the weightiest moments, the[…]
Marie Hause, Carla Godwin, and Victoria Reynolds Farmer discuss the Song of Songs. Listen here. Knowing Background on the Song of Songs, its history of interpretation, and why it’s of interest for feminists Our previous[…]
In this special episode of The Book of Nature, Charles Hackney hosts a discussion with Jay Eldred and Jordan Poss on the Stephen King novel, The Shining, as part of our 2019 Christian Humanist Radio[…]
Episode 111: Gender Equality in Parenting and Domestic Labor Stream or download this episode. Ilia Danner Grubbs, Victoria Reynolds Farmer, and Katie Norman Grubbs discuss Darcy Lockman’s book All the Rage, and issues of gender[…]