In the early 6th century, darkness was falling on the Rome’s Western Empire. Old Rome was waning, barbarians sat on the imperial throne, and smouldering tension with the Byzantine Eastern Empire threatened to explode at[…]
David Grubbs talks with Michial Farmer and Nathan Gilmour about three Easter homilies from the fifth-century Pope Leo I.
Michial Farmer talks with Nathan Gilmour and David Grubbs about chapters five and six of George Lindbeck’s book “The Nature of Doctrine.”
David Grubbs talks with Nathan Gilmour and Michial Farmer about chapters three and four of George Lindbeck’s book “The Nature of Doctrine.”
Nathan Gilmour talks with David Grubbs and Michial Farmer about the first two chapters of George Lindbeck’s book “The Nature of Doctrine.”
In his introduction to Beowulf, the scholar Friedrich Klaeber explains the great Geatish warrior’s resemblances to Christ by concluding that “the narrative derived a superior dignity from suggesting the most exalted hero-life known to Christians”[…]
Download or Stream this Episode In this Profiles episode, Coyle Neal interview Robert Caldwell, III, about his new book Theologies of the American Revivalists: From Whitefield To Finney.
Download or Stream this Episode Some people just don’t know what to do with Paul. Browsing a bookstore will reveal attempts to pit him against Jesus, to make him the real genius behind the traditions[…]
Download or Stream this Episode We proclaim Jesus in words, dispute theological differences in words, exhort the faithful in words. But the spoken and the written word were never the whole of what Christians do. […]
David Grubbs talks with Michial Farmer and Nathan Gilmour about the deuterocanonical book “The Wisdom of Solomon.”