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The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode #105: The Freedom of a Christian

General Introduction – Yet more weather talk – Light and heavy episodes – Books for aspiring seminarians – Listener feedback Historical Background – The dedicatory epistle – Flattering the pope – Attacking the Holy See – Early and late Luther – Knowing your audience – Is Luther being ironic? Faith and Works – The indulgence…

Eat, Link, and Be Merry

Gene Fant talks University Statements of Faith. Why Sherlock Holmes matters. Are non-overlapping magisteria a myth? Fred Sanders counsels writers on learning the craft. Aikido and the Art of the Question and Answer Session The Kindlings Muse scoops us with a discussion of Christian rock. That’s right, folks: Nate Gilmour is DANGEROUS. Okay, maybe not…

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode 26: Friendship

Music this week is “Isn’t That What Friends Are For?” from Bruce Cockburn’s 1999 album Breakfast in New Orleans, Dinner in Timbuktu. General Introduction – What’s on the blog? – All hail Craig Farmer (no relation) – Old Man Gilmour tells us all to get off his lawn Friendship in the Ancient World – Aristotle’s…

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode #19: Detective Fiction

Our theme song this week is Chagall Guevara’s “Murder in the Big House” from their self-titled 1991 album–a forgotten gem. General Introduction – The Christian Humanist Circus – Responses to listener email – Our attempts at creative writing Getting Down to It – Bringing respect to detective fiction – Let’s leave phrenology out of this…