December 2nd, 2017 | 30 mins 44 secs
In this episode we talk about the 13th century, a century G.K. Chesterton claimed was great because it was one of reform without revolution.
November 22nd, 2017 | 38 mins 16 secs
In this episode of the podcast we discuss a recent New York Times piece by UNC historian Molly Worthen.
November 21st, 2017 | 31 mins 45 secs
In this episode we consider what it means to have a faith that does not simply react to the turbulent and sometimes outrageous times in which we live, but actually serves as a kind of calming reality in the eye of the storm.
November 18th, 2017 | 27 mins 27 secs
In this episode we reflect on the nature of creativity. Where does it come from? What makes it flow? What kills it?
November 10th, 2017 | 28 mins 44 secs
Inspired by a recent Atlantic piece by Peter Beinart, we talk about what it might take to have more understanding public discourse today.
November 5th, 2017 | 37 mins 3 secs
In this episode of the podcast we discuss a Platonic dialogue entitled "Euthyphro." It poses timeless questions about the relationship between justice, piety and the nature of truth.
November 1st, 2017 | 56 mins 6 secs
In this episode we have a conversation with Geoff Holsclaw and David Fitch about the legacy of the Reformation and what it means today.
October 29th, 2017 | 27 mins 21 secs
We were recently inspired by something David Bentley Hart wrote about atheism in First Things in 2014. For this we thank Facebook.
October 21st, 2017 | 34 mins 7 secs
In this episode we talk about a recent Wall Street Journal piece by "Yoram Hazony" entitled "Is 'Classical Liberalism' Conservative?"
October 20th, 2017 | 36 mins 3 secs
This week there was a controversy involving President Trump and a phone call he made to the family of a fallen Special Forces soldier who was one of four that died this month in Niger. Trump's Chief of Staff weighed in during a press conference, at one point asking if anything is sacred anymore. We ponder that question.