Byrne Power recently invited me to join him for a very wide-ranging conversation over on the Anadromist YouTube channel. Take a look!
Paul Vitz is the Professor Emeritus of Psychology at New York University. He is a Catholic scholar, whose work explores the relationship between psychology and Christian faith. He has recently edited a book, The Complementarity of Women and Men: Philosophy, Theology, Psychology & Art, with contributions from some leading Catholic voices in the conversation: J Budziszewski, Sr Prudence Allen, Deborah Savage, and Elizabeth Lev. He joins me to discuss the book and the differences and relation between the sexes more generally.
I recently was invited on Derek Fiedler’s podcast to discuss symbolism, typology, the Exodus pattern in Scripture, and music as a conceptual metaphor for the reading of Scripture.
Derek Fiedler invited me on his YouTube channel for a long discussion of typology, symbolism, music as a conceptual metaphor, and the patterns of Scripture.
Aaron Renn of The Masculinist invited me to join him for a livestreamed conversation yesterday. We started off with a discussion of how to learn from the Bible’s teaching about gender and then got into a host of other questions.
I was recently invited on the Bob Murphy Show for a wide-ranging conversation on sacrifice and scapegoating.
You can listen to the episode here.
Speak Life are producing some of the best Christian media material being produced in the UK today, so it was an honour to be invited to join Glen Scrivener for a discussion of Genesis 4 and the story of Cain and Abel. Within our discussion we explore what the text might have to say to the reader today.
This week on Mere Fidelity, Derek, Matt, and I are joined by J. Todd Billings to discuss his recent book, The End of the Christian Life, and the subject of death and dying.
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Michael McVicar, the author of Christian Reconstruction: R.J. Rushdoony and American Religious Conservatism, joins me to discuss R.J. Rushdoony and the movement that he started.
Brad Littlejohn and Colin Redemer joined me for a discussion of the work of Davenant Hall.