Susannah Black joins me for another discussion, this time on the subject of freedom of speech, the various senses in which it is spoken of, and whether, where, and how it is a good thing.
Susannah Black (Plough, Breaking Ground) joins me for a discussion about authority, based around chapter 8 of Oliver O’Donovan’s The Ways of Judgment. This is a teaser for a longer term series of conversations we will be having around the book. If you are interested in following along, I highly recommend that you purchase a copy of the book here. Sir Robert Peel’s Principles of Law Enforcement (1829), which we discuss in the video, can be read here.
Jake Meador, the editor-in-chief of Mere Orthodoxy and vice president of the Davenant Institute, joins me to discuss his recently released book, In Search of the Common Good: Christian Fidelity in a Fractured World.
I discuss Genesis 47, as Joseph introduces Pharaoh to his brothers and father, we hear the continued events of the famine, and Joseph promises to bury Jacob in Canaan.
On this week’s Mere Fidelity, Derek, Andrew, Matt, and I continue our exploration of ecclesiology in a discussion of the spirituality of the Church.
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