Nathan Gilmour discusses a chapter of Martha Nussbaum’s Cultivating Humanity with Michial Farmer and David Grubbs.
I bought Principles of Christian Theology in 2007, when I was working on my master’s thesis and made it my business to own as many volumes of Christian existentialist literature as I could get my[…]
David Grubbs leads Nathan Gilmour and Michial Farmer in a discussion of Simone Weil’s essay “Reflections on the Right Use of School Studies with a View to the Love of God.”
The Christian Humanists respond to listener emails. [0:00] An announcement from David Grubbs! [5:05] Why Christian Existentialism? [9:12] Kierkegaard and Christendom [17:41] John McAdams and academic freedom [27:09] More holy fools [30:15] Episode suggestions [35:43][…]
Michial Farmer and Danny Anderson discuss Jean-Paul Sartre’s 1944 play Huis Clos, generally translated into English as No Exit.
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[…]
…Oh, I’m sorry. Did I break your concentration? General Introduction – We’re all here! – The Polar Vortex – Listener feedback and a caveat Pulp Autobiography – Encountering the parody first – Why Danny hates[…]
General Introduction – A bunch of listener feedback – Nathan defends the dark ages – Is country music rural? – More on metamodernism – Signifying rappers with David Foster Wallace – Episodes on spiritual disciples?[…]
General Introduction – Listener feedback – The Christian Feminist Podcast Beginning with Grammar – Reflection of essential being – The trouble with the term – Self-concept and projected self – Inauthenticity and hypocrisy Heideggerian Authenticity[…]
General Introduction – Nathan’s snottier than usual – David goes back to bed – Listener feedback Death in the Bible – A Psalm of Moses – Daniel speaks out – Job knows that his redeemer[…]