Roll up your sleeves and unpack your faith. Eden Revisited cuts through the noise of the modern world and journeys to the roots of wonder and beauty. Hosted by three young, millennial Catholics, this podcast is a conversation about getting in the dirt, cultivating the interior life, and re-enchanting the culture. New episodes released every Thursday.
#004: G.K. Chesterton and the Common Man
This week Nick and Austin explore the idea of the “Common Man.” We dive into the work “Heretics” by G.K. Chesterton and analyze his critiques of the literary great, H.G. Wells. Can science fix our sins? What does humility look like in West Africa?...
#003: Is God a Vegetarian?
This week we ask a rather ridiculous but curious question: "Is God a Vegetarian?" Although perhaps unconvinced to join Tyler's vegetarian ways, Austin plays along in exploring what Christian tradition has to say about eating animals, whether we can be...
#002: Amateur Hour
Nick and Tyler debunk the meaning of the word "amateur." Who knew it had to do with love? So spicy. They also outline 5 habits of mind every amateur should possess. Think of habits of mind like Aristotelian virtues; they're formed through daily...
#001: The Seed is Planted
Welcome to Eden Revisited! On our very first episode, we discuss who we are, why we started, what this whole podcast is really about. We outline the show's three pillars - putting shovel to soil, cultivating the interior life, and re-enchanting the...
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You don’t often get Augustine, gardening tips, childhood stories, etymology, and morality all integrated naturally in one podcast episode! Love their banter and their ability to cover a lot of different topics without sacrificing depth. Their desire for true human flourishing is evident!