Tag: Frederick Buechner

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode #141: The Christian Humanist Podcast

David Grubbs leads a discussion with Nathan Gilmour and Michial Farmer about what makes our podcast a particularly Christian endeavor. We also give our personal histories with the faith and with intellectualism and explain a few movements with which we associate–and don’t associate. Our intro music this week is a Vacation Bible School classic.

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode #122.1: Milton’s Nativity Ode

General Introduction – How cold is it? – Michial is froggy – Which one of you is the butler? – A big load of listener feedback – Our devoted lovers and our dirty John Donne headspace Situating the Nativity Ode – A college senior – No reputation – Our shame is deep The Trinity and…

Christian Humanist Profiles, Episode #4: Job Through the Ages

Perhaps no book in the Hebrew Bible is more disturbing, befuddling, and thought-provoking than The Book of Job. Believers and nonbelievers alike have wrestled like the ideas and emotions put forth in this strange text for millennia now—and unsurprisingly, they’ve come to few shared conclusions about it, other than perhaps about its enduring greatness and…

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode #20: Judas Iscariot

This week’s theme music is “Judas Skin” from the Vigilantes of Love record Slow Dark Train. General Introduction – What’s on the blog? – An historical moment for the Christian Humanist Podcast – Detective fiction from Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchett – Our upcoming series on Lost Introduction to Judas – Getting agitated – How…