Three Christians, teachers, and intellectuals gather digitally to hold forth on literature, theology, philosophy, and other things human beings do well. Taking the question at hand utterly seriously and ourselves not at all, the Christian Humanists attempt to record weekly during the school year and take on some interesting questions. Our website, should you wish to visit us, is http://www.christianhumanist.org, and our email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Episode 306: Saints
David Grubbs talks to Michial Farmer and Victoria Reynolds Farmer about our relationship to the saints.
Episode 305: How We Pray
Victoria Reynolds Farmer talks with David Grubbs and Michial Farmer about their regular habits of prayer.
Episode 304: A Love Supreme
Michial Farmer talks with Victoria Reynolds Farmer and Todd Pedlar about John Coltrane's album "A Love Supreme."
CHP Rewind: St. Patrick
Nathan Gilmour and David Grubbs talk about the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick, in this episode from 2016.
Episode 303: CHRN Crossover 2020: Unbreakable
David Grubbs talks with special guests about the film "Unbreakable."
Episode 302: The Epistles of Ignatius
David Grubbs talks with Nathan Gilmour and Michial Farmer about some epistles from St. Ignatius of Antioch.
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Great podcast that I traveled with through my twenties. What podcasts were always meant to be. Despite the fact that I run a dairy in Northern California (very far from Christian academia) I feel like I know these three guys so well! Hoping for many more years
The best of its kind
I’ve been listening to the Christian Humanist Podcast for five years now, and it’s still the show I look forward to most every week and the standard by which I judge other podcasts. Wonderful topics, great humor, and civil discussion even when they “fight.” Always a challenge to me to grow intellectually. Thanks, guys!
Prespective Available Nowhere Else
I just started listening to the Christian Humanist Podcast with an episode on Hans-Georg Gadamer. I liked listening to the three perspectives on Gadamer from the hosts. I have read several books by Gadamer's contemporary Hannah Arendt and want to know more about Gadamer's thought and how he dealt with the rise of the Nazis.
I am also going to work back through the 200 episodes I haven't heard.