Download or stream this episode. David Grubbs talks riddles with Nathan Gilmour and Michial Farmer.
Nathan Gilmour discusses John Locke’s “Letter Concerning Toleration” with Michial Farmer and David Grubbs.
In our annual Christmas episode, David Grubbs talks about George Frideric Handel’s 1742 oratorio The Messiah, with Nathan Gilmour and Michial Farmer.
Nathan Gilmour leads Michial Farmer and David Grubbs in a discussion of Jonathan Edwards’s 1733 sermon “A Divine and Supernatural Light.”
Download or Stream this Episode To speak the Bible does not always mean citations with footnotes, does not always come with a declaration that “This is what MY Bible says!” Those with ears to hear[…]
Host’s Note: Please forgive the uneven recording quality of this episode. Nathan Gilmour was supposed to make a backup copy of the audio in case these sorts of things happened, but the backup disappeared. Introductions[…]
Ora et labora: Pray and work. This directive has ordered the life of Benedictine monastics for centuries, each day’s rhythm of worship and toil shaping the soul toward love and humility. But this Benedictine life[…]
In his latest book, Reviving Old Scratch: Demons and the Devil for Doubters and the Disenchanted, Richard Beck argues that modern Christians should restore a belief in the forces of evil. Michial Farmer interviews him[…]
David Grubbs leads Nathan Gilmour and Michial Farmer in the first of three discussions of Jedediah Purdy’s 1999 book For Common Things.
Today Mark, Sam, and I return from our spring break with the first of six proposals for how a revival of the Pietist ethos can benefit Christianity early in the 21st century. Continuing to parallel[…]