Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode Coyle talks to Dr. Peter Wood, author of 1620: A Critical Response to the 1619 Project.
Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode, Coyle talks to infectious disease specialist Jessica Hardin about what we’ve learned over a year of pandemic, vaccines, and how we might prepare for the next one.
Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode, Coyle talks to John Wilsey about his new biography of John Foster Dulles, God’s Cold Warrior: the Life and Faith of John Foster Dulles.
Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode, Coyle talks to Dr. Carl Trueman of Grove City College about his new book The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self.
Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode, Coyle, Michial, and Danny talk about the Dixie Chicks scandal of the early 2000s (before they were just “the Chicks”) and the impact of September 11, 2001 on Country Music.
What’s the deal with the Enneagram, and why is it so popular? Alexis Neal, Carla Godwin, and Katie Grubbs discuss the potential–and problems–of the popular personality model.
Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode, Coyle talks to Hunter Baker about his piece at The Public Discourse offering an apology to the Never Trump crowd. The introductory clip is from December, 2016: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyYgGk4ADk8
Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode, Coyle talks to Paul Matzko about his recent book The Radio Right (Profiles interview with Jay Eldred available here) and the rise and fall of conservative talk radio in the middle of the 20th century.
Stream or download this episode. Alexis Neal and Laurie Norris discuss holiday food traditions. INTRODUCTIONS KNOWING Foodways defined Personal experiences with foodways Foodways in literature, film, or television READING “Reclaiming the Magical Herstory of Food” (Gather Victoria) Food as an expression of love Food as presence Food as presents Caveats Food as an expression of…
Stream or download this episode. Today’s episode of the City of Man is a special crossover episode with Danny Anderson and the Sectarian Review! Danny and Coyle are joined by Chris Maverick to talk about the movies we watch at Christmas that aren’t Christmas movies… Or are they?
Stream or download this episode. Laurie Norris, Blake Miller, and Ilia Danner Grubbs take on The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl. Knowing Background on Marvel’s Squirrel Girl character, Doreen Green Discussion of Squirrel Girl issues 2-5, time travel adventure with Doctor Doom Reading Squirrel Girl’s role as a superhero with an indefatigably positive outlook What does Doreen’s…
Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode, Coyle talks to Dr. Timothy Padgett about the new book Dual Citizens, out now from Lexham Press. Along the way they explore the relationship between Evangelicals and politics in the pages of Christianity Today magazine from the 1950s to 2016.
Episode 135: Modern Female Friendships Ilia Danner Grubbs, Christina Bieber Lake, and Sara Klooster discuss Kayleen Schaefer’s book Text Me When You Get Home WELCOME INTRODUCTIONS SEGMENT 1: KNOWING We discuss our own friendships growing up and as adults SEGMENT 2: READING Reactions to the book in general The Myth of the Mean Girl Why…
Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode, Coyle talks to Michial and Danny about Country Music in the first decade of the 21st century. Topics discussed include Miranda Lambert, Lady Antebellum, Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, and the relationship between Country Music and rural American culture.
On April 16, 1927, Joseph Ratzinger was born in a little village in Bavaria, Germany’s southernmost state. Raised in a Catholic family in traditionally Catholic Bavaria, it isn’t surprising that he and his elder brother George went to seminary and were ordained as priests. What is remarkable is Father Ratzinger’s trajectory from priesthood to academia,…