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

The Sectarian Review Danny Anderson

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

    Sectarian Review 141: The Plot Against America

    Sectarian Review 141: The Plot Against America

    Danny Anderson is joined by two of his star students and The Book of Nature's Todd Pedlar to discuss Philip Roth's seminal 2004 novel, The Plot Against America and its relevance to the age of Trump.

    Sectarian Review 140: Weird Tales of Modernity

    Sectarian Review 140: Weird Tales of Modernity

    Danny Anderson interviews Dr. Jason Carney about his new book 'Weird Tales of Modernity,' which places writers like H.P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard into a larger discussion about literary modernism.

    Sectarian Review 139: The Ethics of the Multiverse

    Sectarian Review 139: The Ethics of the Multiverse

    Live from Charity Con 2019, Danny Anderson welcomes Chris Maverick and Wayne Wise of the Vox Popcast, as well as Chris Buckley and Andy Walsh to discuss how the multiverse contains multitudes of ethical dimensions. Just in time for the DC crossover event on CW.

    Sectarian Review 138: A Serious Man at 10

    Sectarian Review 138: A Serious Man at 10

    C. Derick Varn joins the show again to discuss the classic Coen Brothers 2009 film 'A Serious Man.' What does this quirky comedy have to say about religion, Jewish Culture, and why mystery might just be more important to "facts and logic."

    Sectarian Review 137: Blade Runner

    Sectarian Review 137: Blade Runner

    Just in time for November 2019 (when the events of Blade Runner were set), Danny and Nathan Gilmour discuss the classic 1982 film and its incredible sequel, Blade Runner 2049. Danny and Nathan discuss, among other things, postmodernism, epistemology, theology, feminism, and much much more.

    Sectarian Review 136: V for Vendetta

    Sectarian Review 136: V for Vendetta

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Customer Reviews

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.

L. Blownapart ,

Glad I found this

I’m really glad I found a podcast of left leaning actual Christians. I am more conservative by personality but I want to hear ideas I might neglect and this is the best one I’ve found.

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