Virtuous Persuasion (with Dr Michael Niebauer)

Matt and I are joined by Dr Michael Niebauer to discuss his recent book, Virtuous Persuasion: A Theology of Christian Mission.

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Internet Anonymity

In a conversation sparked by Patrick Miller’s recent Mere Orthodoxy article, Andrew, Matt, and I discuss the ethics of identity online, especially with reference to anonymity and pseudonymity.

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The Religion of American Greatness (with Dr Paul Miller)

Continuing in the vein of our recent conversation with Dr Yoram Hazony, Paul D Miller joins Matt and me for a discussion of his book on Christian Nationalism, The Religion of American Greatness: What’s Wrong with Christian Nationalism.

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Conservatism (with Dr Yoram Hazony)

Derek, Matt, and I are joined by Dr Yoram Hazony for a spirited discussion of his new book, Conservatism: A Rediscovery.

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Alternatives to Winsomeness (with James Wood)

James Wood recently wrote an article criticizing various conservative Christian approaches to public speech that focus on ‘winsomeness’, an accent most notable in the work of Tim Keller. He wrote a later follow-up here. He joins Derek, Matt, and I for a discussion of the issue.

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