155 episodes

Danny Anderson and guests discuss Christianity and the life of the mind.

The Sectarian Review Danny Anderson

    • Christianity
    • 4.6, 29 Ratings

Danny Anderson and guests discuss Christianity and the life of the mind.

    Sectarian Review 151: Faith and Capital

    Sectarian Review 151: Faith and Capital

    Chase Tibbs, organizer and host of the Faith and Capital podcast joins the show this week to discuss the intersections between Christianity and Left politics.

    Sectarian Review 150: The Pagan Rabbi

    Sectarian Review 150: The Pagan Rabbi

    C. Derick Varn joins the show to discuss the curiously relevant Cynthia Ozick story, "The Pagan Rabbi." Part of the Coronavirus "Bunker Recording" series.

    Sectarian Review 149: Onision, YouTube, and Predatory Grooming

    Sectarian Review 149: Onision, YouTube, and Predatory Grooming

    On this week's show, Danny Anderson is joined by Melissa Stough and Sara Klooster (of the Christian Feminist Podcast) for a discussion about the grooming charges against YouTube star Onision. How does celebrity and YouTube lead down a dark path?

    Sectarian Review 148: Apocalyptic, Pop Culture, and George MacDonald

    Sectarian Review 148: Apocalyptic, Pop Culture, and George MacDonald

    Joshua Wise joins the show to discuss the Universalist-ish theology of George MacDonald and how that vision of God's love affects various apocalyptic pop culture narratives.

    Sectarian Review 147: COVID-19 and failed Political Imaginations

    Sectarian Review 147: COVID-19 and failed Political Imaginations

    In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing economic situation, C. Derick Varn joins the show (at his request!) to discuss not only political failures but also cultural ones as well. What is the source of our failed imaginations?

    Sectarian Review 146: Coronavirus and Higher Education

    Sectarian Review 146: Coronavirus and Higher Education

    A special episode. Todd Pedlar of the Book of Nature Podcast and Professor of Physics at Luther College joins the show to discuss the Coronavirus epidemic and its effects, long-term and short-term, on higher education.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

Tdeff ,

Gnostic Fanatics

These two Gnostic fanatics scramble to explain away the over 100,000 words of ‘coincidences’ which I presented in Sacred Scroll of Seven Seals. I have repeatedly challenged these clowns to an on-air debate but my request has repeatedly fallen on deaf ears. It is time that the two smartest guys in the room get a good old-fashioned education. This was nothing more than a cheap shot too try and garner fans.

BigBlindMax ,

Great stuff.

This podcast is just plain good. Always earnest and insightful, with great guests.

Troy H. Jordan ,

Intellectual and Spritual Growth

As a former student of Danny Anderson, I was excited to find his podcast. The classroom discussion that we had during his Kafka course helped to foster my love for literature. Although encompassing a wider range of topics, including pop culture and religion, the conversations on The Sectarian Review are reminiscent of those discussions. In order to awaken intellectually and spritually, one must question one's understandings and beliefes by examining them from different perspectives. The Sectarian Review is a wonderful platform to facilitate this awakening.

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