God loves you and has a wonderful plan for your life, Evangelical. You’ve accepted Jesus as your personal Lord and Savior, been born again, and washed in the blood! So now make sure that you[…]
The difference between Eastern and Western traditions of Christianity is made visible by many marks, but none more distinctly than the Eastern icon. Their regular visual style, following ancient and set patterns, pulls against the[…]
Marie Hause, Heather Elliot Neill, and Victoria Reynolds Farmer explore the world of the cartoon television show My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. Topics include children’s culture, subversive femininity, and bronies. Listen here! Knowing[…]
For a while now, there’s been in American Evangelicalism a growing sense that not all is well, that we have drifted, that we have lost touch with our world and ourselves. In our time, as[…]
David Grubbs talks with Nathan Gilmour and Michial Farmer about seminar-style classrooms. The Art of the Follow-Up Question
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?
Ora et labora: Pray and work. This directive has ordered the life of Benedictine monastics for centuries, each day’s rhythm of worship and toil shaping the soul toward love and humility. But this Benedictine life[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Ed Song and Coyle Neal discuss how the church and state get along or bump heads as institutions. If you’ve not been over to iTunes yet, subscribe now, and start enjoying[…]
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.”
Michial Farmer leads David Grubbs and Nathan Gilmour in the last of three discussions of Jedediah Purdy’s For Common Things.