Tag: G.K. Chesterton

Christian Humanist Podcast Episode 168

Download or Stream this Episode G.K. Chesterton, “The Miracle of Moon Crescent” G.K. Chesterton, “The Hammer of God” Get the Grubbses the Internet: Mission Accomplished! David Grubbs, Todd Pedlar, and Nathan Gilmour chat about two of G.K. Chesterton’s Father Brown mystery stories.  You’ll thank us later if you read both of them before you start…

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 #131

General Introduction – A full slate of PhDs – Listener feedback – Some Lewis corrections and additions – A technical comment, plagued by technical problems – Yes, Grubbs knows about Tolkien’s Beowulf Hebrew Science – Our desert God – Weather as punishment – Deus ex turbine – The God who is not in the wind…

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode #130: A C.S. Lewis Overview

A note: You may notice a marked difference in tone between the General Introduction and the rest of the episode. This is because they were recorded on two different days. We had a lot more energy on the Thursday afternoon when we recorded the introduction than we did on the Friday afternoon when we recorded…

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 #21: Literary Criticism

That’s the end of Season 2, folks. We’ve had a great time doing the show, and we’re glad you listen. We explain our summer plans in the show itself. Keep listening, and keep reading! General Introduction – So long, Season 2 – Listener feedback – What’s on the blog? – Our summer plans and our…

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…