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Nathan Gilmour is joined by Dan Dawson and Blake Miller to talk about the term "deconstruction" and how its connotations shifted in the twenty-first century. Gilmour keeps drifting back to the twentieth century as Miller adn Dawson try to get
Nathan Gilmour is joined by Dan Dawson and Blake Miller to talk about the term "deconstruction" and how its connotations shifted in the twenty-first century. Gilmour keeps drifting back to the twentieth century as Miller adn Dawson try to get
Nathan Gilmour is joined by Dan Dawson and Blake Miller in the Christian Humanist Radio Network crossover event on The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill, the Christianity Today podcast series. This squad digs into the philosophy of journalism and his
Nathan Gilmour is joined by Dan Dawson and Blake Miller in the Christian Humanist Radio Network crossover event on The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill, the Christianity Today podcast series. This squad digs into the philosophy of journalism and his
Nathan Gilmour is joined by Dan Dawson and Victoria Reynolds Farmer in the network's annual Halloween crossover, discussing Edgar Allan Poe's short story "A Descent Into the Maelstrom."
Nathan Gilmour is joined by Dan Dawson and Victoria Reynolds Farmer in the network's annual Halloween crossover, discussing Edgar Allan Poe's short story "A Descent Into the Maelstrom."
In this year's season finale, Mathew Block talks to David Grubbs and Michial Farmer about the Grimm Brothers and their fairy tale "Brother and Sister."
In this year's season finale, Mathew Block talks to David Grubbs and Michial Farmer about the Grimm Brothers and their fairy tale "Brother and Sister."
Michial Farmer talks to David Grubbs and Mathew Block about Book 3, Chapters 82-85 of Thucydides's "History of the Peloponnesian War," and the three reflect on rebellions and revolutions.
Michial Farmer talks to David Grubbs and Mathew Block about Book 3, Chapters 82-85 of Thucydides's "History of the Peloponnesian War," and the three reflect on rebellions and revolutions.
David Grubbs patiently explains two Icelandic sagas to Michial Farmer.
David Grubbs patiently explains two Icelandic sagas to Michial Farmer.
Mathew Block talks to Michial Farmer and David Grubbs about the 2006 Will Ferrell film "Stranger Than Fiction."
Mathew Block talks to Michial Farmer and David Grubbs about the 2006 Will Ferrell film "Stranger Than Fiction."
Michial Farmer talks to David Grubbs and Mathew Block about Sixpence None the Richer's self-titled 1997 album. Yes, the one with "Kiss Me."
Michial Farmer talks to David Grubbs and Mathew Block about Sixpence None the Richer's self-titled 1997 album. Yes, the one with "Kiss Me."
David Grubbs dives into St. Bede's "Ecclesiastical History" to talk to Michial Farmer and Mathew Block about the conversion of King Edwin of Northumbria.
David Grubbs dives into St. Bede's "Ecclesiastical History" to talk to Michial Farmer and Mathew Block about the conversion of King Edwin of Northumbria.
The Christian Humanists discuss Sidney's Psalms.
The Christian Humanists discuss Sidney's Psalms.
Michial Farmer talks to David Grubbs and Mathew Block about three poems by the recent Nobel laureate Louise Glück.
Michial Farmer talks to David Grubbs and Mathew Block about three poems by the recent Nobel laureate Louise Glück.
David Grubbs talks to Michial Farmer and Mathew Block about Aelfric of Eynsham's 10th-century Latin primer "The Colloquy."
David Grubbs talks to Michial Farmer and Mathew Block about Aelfric of Eynsham's 10th-century Latin primer "The Colloquy."
Mathew Block talks to David Grubbs and Michial Farmer about Sinclair Ross's bleak short story "The Lamp at Noon."
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