Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode, Coyle concludes a conversation with David and Jordan about the final book in C.S. Lewis’s space trilogy, That Hideous Strength.
Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode, Coyle begins a conversation with David and Jordan about the final book in C.S. Lewis’s space trilogy, That Hideous Strength.
Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode, Jordan Poss and David Grubbs talk with Coyle about the second book in C.S. Lewis’s Space Trilogy, Perelandra.
Stream or download this episode. In today’s episode, Jordan Poss and David Grubbs try to convince Coyle that the first book in C.S. Lewis’s Space Trilogy, Out of the Silent Planet, is a better book than he thinks it is.
What did C.S. Lewis have to say about politics? Listen to today’s episodes to find out.
On the newest episode of The Pietist Schoolman Podcast, Sam and I put the Reformation on hold for a moment to consider the Christianity that lies on the other side of 1517: the faith of the Middle Ages. Featured Book Chris R. Armstrong, Medieval Wisdom for Modern Christians: Finding Authentic Faith in a Forgotten Age with C.S.…
Download or stream this episode. David Grubbs talks riddles 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.”
For a while now, there’s been in American Evangelicalism a growing sense that not all is well, that we have drifted, that we have lost touch with our world and ourselves. In our time, as in other times of instability, Jeremiahs have emerged, calling us “to ask for the old paths” (Jer. 6:16)—to seek the…
Michial Farmer talks with Nathan Gilmour and David Grubbs about Alan Jacobs’s recent essay “The Watchmen.” Michael Eric Dyson’s “Cornel West’s Rise and Fall” Marilynne Robinson’s “Fear” Robinson’s interview with Barack Obama
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 for this episode of Christian Humanist Profiles.
Before the wars in Middle-earth, before the battles of Narnia, there was a war in Europe—the Great War, the war to end war, that fell tragically short of that dream of peace, and left men and nations broken in body and soul. Two young English army officers were caught up in this storm of war:…
Download or Stream this Episode Nathan Gilmour leads a discussion with Michial Farmer and David Grubbs on Christopher Marlowe’s 1594 play Doctor Faustus. Doctor Faustus on Gutenberg.org
“Iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” With this proverb, the ancient Hebrew sages defined the value of friendship. Similarly, the Stoic Marcus Aurelius began his Meditations enumerating the friends to whom he owed particular traits of character and wisdom. However, we need not return to ancient times to see this venerable model of…
David Grubbs leads a discussion with Nathan Gilmour and Michial Farmer about Helmut Thielicke’s 1959 treatise A Little Exercise for Young Theologians. Michial’s joke