Augustine called the Sermon on the Mount “a perfect standard of the Christian life.” John Calvin said it “collect[ed] into one place the leading points of the doctrine of Christ, which related to a devout[…]
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 In this episode, Coyle and Ed talk about the writings of Karl Marx and the usefulness of his ideas.
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[…]
Series Index Criique of Pure Reason by Immanuel Kant (Hackett edition) Yes, I know. We’ve now spilled over into the third year of this read-through, and it’s not early in 2017 any more. Hey, at[…]
Nathan Gilmour discusses a chapter of Martha Nussbaum’s Cultivating Humanity with Michial Farmer and David Grubbs.
Download this Episode This is another episode from Theology Beer Camp, hosted by Homebrewed Christianity and The Hatchery. In this one, Nathan Gilmour from The Christian Humanist chats with Todd Littleton from Patheological, Eric Hall,[…]
Download this Episode At the end of his writing career, Friedrich Nietzsche writes one of the great lines of philosophical autobiography: “I am no man; I am dynamite.” But how does dynamite come to be[…]
Nathan Gilmour leads Michial Farmer and David Grubbs in a discussion of Jonathan Edwards’s 1733 sermon “A Divine and Supernatural Light.”
Download or stream this episode Nathan Gilmour leads David Grubbs and Michial Farmer in a discussion of Desiderius Erasmus’s mock-encomium The Praise of Folly.