Download or stream this episode Nathan Gilmour leads David Grubbs and Michial Farmer in a discussion of Desiderius Erasmus’s mock-encomium The Praise of Folly.
Nathan Gilmour leads Michial Farmer and David Grubbs in a discussion of the academic lecture–an endangered species? Lecture Me. Really. Should Colleges Really Eliminate the College Lecture?
Nathan Gilmour leads Michial Farmer and David Grubbs in the second of our three discussions of Jedediah Purdy’s For Common Things.
Plato and the Elements of Dialogue by John H. Fritz 186 pp. Lexington Books. $85.00 Every time any writer does philosophy, John H. Fritz reminds us, we’re dealing with an action and thus with setting. […]
Michial Farmer leads David Grubbs and Nathan Gilmour in a discussion of Arthur Miller’s 1947 play All My Sons.
The Christian Humanists answer listener emails. [02:07-05:50] Speaking about things Greek [05:50-13:30] The Christian Humanist Journal [13:30-16:48] A Defense of a Sequel [16:49-22:25] Christian Existentialism [22:27-26:03] Greetings from Trinity Western [26:05-32:04] Hobbits and Tolkien [32:05-34:34][…]
Download or stream this episode Laches on The Internet Classics Archive After a misfire on the opening (yes, Gilmour realizes now that this is episode 166), Christian Humanists Nathan Gilmour, Todd Pedlar, and David Grubbs dig[…]
David Grubbs leads a discussion with Nathan Gilmour and Michial Farmer about Helmut Thielicke’s 1959 treatise A Little Exercise for Young Theologians. Michial’s joke
Nathan Gilmour moderates a conversation with Michial Farmer and David Grubbs on three letter exchanges between John Adams and Thomas Jefferson.
Responding to our recent episode on Stanley Hauerwas’s essay “Honor in the University,” my former student Alex Genetti posed a fun question about the essay and the practice of teaching. If you haven’t listened to[…]