Tag: John Donne

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…

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode #105: The Freedom of a Christian

General Introduction – Yet more weather talk – Light and heavy episodes – Books for aspiring seminarians – Listener feedback Historical Background – The dedicatory epistle – Flattering the pope – Attacking the Holy See – Early and late Luther – Knowing your audience – Is Luther being ironic? Faith and Works – The indulgence…

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode #100: Doxology

General Introduction – Spring Breaked, Spring Breaking, Will Spring Break – No listener feedback The Old 100th – Which tune? – A happy coincidence – Defining our terms – Words to frame God’s glory – Biblical doxologies Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow – A broadening experience – Our international outreach – Our own…

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode #93.1: Answers to Your Questions

General Introduction – A month of decimals – What’s David teaching? John Donne and Death – Does he appeal to the bodily resurrection? – Quippiness, chipperness – Taking death seriously – Dimunutions and chipping away – An episode on suicide? – An episode on Donne? Christian Fiction, Revisited – Michial argues with Coyle Neal –…