Tag: J. Hector St. John de Crévecoeur

Christian Humanist Profiles 41: Jeffrey Bilbro

There’s often a mutual uneasiness between environmentalists and Christians, especially evangelical Christians, as if believing the Apostle’s Creed means that you aren’t able to care about the condition of the material world, and as if caring about the condition of the material world means that you’re not able to take orthodoxy seriously. Fortunately, Christians of…

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode #142: The Suburbs

Michial Farmer leads a discussion with Nathan Gilmour and a very ill David Grubbs on the peculiarly modern ecosystem of suburbia. Listen and hear why we hate American Beauty, what sorts of virtues are distinctly possible in the suburbs, and where Gomorrahan soccer moms lived. Our theme music this week is Arcade Fire’s “The Suburbs,” from…