In this episode, the Book of Nature guys tackle a movie that gave audiences nightmarish (yet comical) visions of flying cows – and gave birth in subsequent years to films starring whirlwinds full of sharks,[…]
Should you vaccinate your kids? Are essential oils an effective treatment option? Alexis Neal, Ilia Danner Grubbs, and new panelist Jessica Hardin discuss scientific and theological principles that should inform our decision-making. INTRODUCTIONS *Welcome, new[…]
In this episode from Summer, 2018, the Book of Nature guys tackle a subject that has been on many peoples’ minds for much of 2018 given events in Hawaii at Mt. Kilauea – the subject[…]
Download or Stream this Episode In todays’ episode, Coyle sits down to talk to Secret Service Director Randolph Alles about leadership, generalship, and the challenges the Secret Service faces.
Download or Stream this Episode Every vision of human goodness takes its most memorable form in stories. Courage conjures tales of warriors and martyrs. Wisdom might remind us of particularly complex riddles, whether posed by[…]
In this episode, recorded in May, 2018, the Book of Nature Hosts get their Trek on, and explore the whole Star Trek franchise, from The Original Series to Discovery, and all things in between. Enjoy[…]
Download or Stream this Episode In today’s episode, Coyle launches a new CoM mini series on country music. Coyle chats with Danny Anderson of the Sectarian Review Podcast, and Michial Farmer, from the Christian Humanist[…]
Download or Stream this Episode In this episode, Coyle and Ed chat about the recent controversies surrounding the Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.
In this episode (recorded this past spring) the Book of Nature trio explore the short science fiction story, “The Story of Your Life”, by Ted Chiang, and the recent film based upon the story, Arrival.[…]
Download or Stream this Episode In this episode Coyle talks to Dr. David Beer of Malone University about his recently edited book of essays by Charles Norris Cochrane on topics ranging from Augustine to Machiavelli[…]