Category: Music

Christian Humanist Profiles 136: Squint at 25

Download or Stream this Episode From the valley of the shadow of the podcast mic to the customized xml feed, from the offices of professors to the lost mustard seed, the Cash Cow lurks.  Roaming the earth as long as we’ve had gold to melt down and brought to us in a warning that only…

Christian Humanist Profiles Episode 122: Interview with Kevin Twit

Download or stream this episode In this episode, Coyle Neal of the City of Man Podcast interviews Kevin Twit, founder of Indelible Grace, on the state of music in the modern church. Readings mentioned in the Episode: Christ in Song by Philip Schaff Hymns for the Church on Earth by J.C. Ryle Praying Twice: The…

Armstrong, Medieval Wisdom for Modern Christians

The Pietist Schoolman Podcast, Episode #26: Medieval Wisdom for Modern Protestants

On the newest episode of The Pietist Schoolman Podcast, Sam and I put the Reformation on hold for a moment to consider the Christianity that lies on the other side of 1517: the faith of the Middle Ages. Featured Book Chris R. Armstrong, Medieval Wisdom for Modern Christians: Finding Authentic Faith in a Forgotten Age with C.S.…

A Primer on Christian Alternative Rock: Happy Christmas, Vol. 1

GENRE TAGS (OTHER THAN ALTERNATIVE ROCK): Dream Pop, Electronic, Holiday, Indie Pop, Indie Rock, Pop-Punk, Pop/Rock, Punk Rock, Reggae, Singer/Songwriter, Ska-Punk, Slowcore, Synth Pop, Third-Wave Ska WHAT IS IT? Tooth and Nail Records announced its arrival as a mainstream Christian label with this 1998 collection of some of their most popular artists, performing a variety…

A Primer on Christian Alternative Rock: L.S.U.

A Primer on Christian Alternative Rock: L.S.U. WHO ARE THEY? The hardest-working man in Christian show business is almost certainly Mike Knott, who fronts L.S.U. (and about forty other bands, as well as his releasing many solo albums). His importance in the history of Christian alternative rock is hard to overstate—L.S.U.’s first album, Shaded Pain…

A Primer on Christian Alternative Rock: Mark Heard

This is part of a regular ongoing series, in which I examine the history and discography of some of the best artists in the underground Christian rock scene of the 1980s and 1990s. That scene doesn’t really exist anymore, largely because Christian music is more about producing songs for congregational worship instead of songs about…

A Primer on Christian Alternative Rock: The Choir

This is the first entry in what will be a regular ongoing series, in which I examine the history and discography of some of the best artists in the underground Christian rock scene of the 1980s and 1990s. That scene doesn’t really exist anymore, largely because Christian music is more about producing songs for congregational…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode # 39: Hamilton

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Knowing

  • Background on Hamilton  and Lin-Manuel Miranda
  • How we discovered the show and why it’s interesting
  • Songs we love: “Burn,” “Guns and Ships,” “The Schuyler Sisters”

Reading

Passing On