Download or Stream this Episode I remember translating the opening verses of 1 Timothy 2 for a Greek class in seminary. I had read the passage in English, and I had read some who insisted[…]
After His resurrection, Jesus called His eleven remaining disciples and gave them a mission: “Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of[…]
Perhaps no era of biblical interpretation is less appreciated than the Middle Ages. After all, weren’t the medievals at best just perpetuators of patristic readings, and at worst the most unbounded and fantastic of allegorists?[…]
Download or Stream this Episode In this Episode, Coyle and Jordan talk about the end of the Roman Empire, from the reign of Theodosius to the fall of the Western Empire. Books/readings mentioned in the[…]
Download or Stream this Episode In today’s episode, Ed and Coyle talk about impeachment–its history, standards, and application in American politics as well as whether it ought to be invoked against a certain Twitter-happy president.
Download or Stream this Episode In today’s episode, Coyle talks to Andrew Walker from the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission about Freedom of Religion and theology.
Download or stream this episode. Coyle Neal talks with David Koyzis about the re-issue of his book Political Visions and Illusions: a Survey and Christian Critique of Contemporary Ideologies.
Download or Stream this Episode In this episode, Coyle and Jordan talk about the political and religious maneuverings of the Fourth Century, between the death of Constantine and the rise to power of Theodosius. How[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Today, Coyle and Ed talk about the distinctively modern virtue of hard work–what it is, where it comes from, and how it shapes our contemporary lives. (And they also talk[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Alasdair MacIntyre’s books taught me over the years to attend to the history of our moral language. In some places, at some times, humility will be a vice that signals[…]