1. Dr. Anthony Bradley serves as a distinguished research fellow at The Acton Institute and Research Professor of Interdisciplinary and Theological Studies at Kuyper College.
  2. David and Adam talk with Dr. Abigail Favale (of Notre Dame University) about sex, gender, and feminism. You can purchase her outstanding books here.
  3. Jennifer Roback Morse joins the Thinking Fellows to discuss the sexual revolution.
  4. David and Adam recall their time as students and professors in higher education and discuss the issues associated with being a Christian in academia today.
  5. Break on Through (To The Other Side). In this episode, we discuss creation, the eating of forbidden fruit, cosmology, the meaning of things, Jesus clearing the way for us to enter back into paradise, and how the Bible ends up changing culture by translating God’s Word into the vernacular while reading The Hexameron of Basil the Great as preached by Aelfric.
  6. David and Adam reflect on the nature of truth in a post-truth age while discussing the controversy concerning Uri Berliner, NPR, and its new CEO.
  7. Love Will Keep Us Together. In this episode, we discuss the Song of Habakkuk, Martin Luther’s commentary on the song, Jesus as the foundation of reality, why mirrors are dangerous, trans-humanism, pop culture, church architecture, consumerism, why liturgy is an expression of the truth, how the Holy Spirit covers all things in meaning, and how the sacrament anchors earth to heaven.
  8. What's the difference between a stay at home mom and a Tradwife?
  9. In episode TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY-THREE, Jason and Wade discuss chronological hubris and the need to consider people and events within the context of their time and not ours, suggesting that the Old Testament is a good remedy for chronological hubris.
  10. Everybody’s Working for the Weekend. In this episode, we continue our Lenten tradition of reading Luther’s Galatians commentary in March, discussing past and present idolatry and why we keep falling for the same sales pitches from the same gods.
  11. Keep The Beat. In this episode, we converse about good and bad sermons as defined by J.R.R. Tolkien. We discuss cosmology, truth, love, and why how we use words matters.