A podcast exploring the religious and theological worlds from an Anglican perspective. Hosted by Gerald McDermott of The Institute of Anglican Studies at Beeson Divinity School, Samford University.
Race and Covenant: Racial Supremacy and Covenantal Reconciliation
Carol Swain joins Gerald McDermott for a conversation about her chapter in the forthcoming book, "Race and Covenant: Recovering the Religious Roots for American Reconciliation." They discuss white nationalism, the new racism and identity politics.
Race and Covenant: The Black Churches and the National Covenant
Derryck Green joins Gerald McDermott for a conversation about his chapter in the forthcoming book "Race and Covenant: Recovering the Religious Roots for American Reconciliation." They talk about the idea of the national covenant and the Black Church's role in reconciliation, past and present.
The Future of Orthodox Anglicanism: Neo-Pagan Anglicanism
Archbishop Foley Beach joins Gerald McDermott for a conversation about his chapter in the new Future of Orthodox Anglicanism book. They discuss what neo-pagan Anglicanism is, where it comes from, and the challenges it poses for the church today.
The Future of Orthodox Anglicanism: Reformed Catholicism
Barbara Gauthier joins Gerald McDermott for a conversation about her chapter in the newly-released Future of Orthodox Anglicanism book.
God, Liturgy, and the Coronavirus
Ben Jefferies joins Gerald McDermott for a conversation about the current coronavirus situation.
Jerry Walls joins Gerald McDermott for a conversation about purgatory. They discuss a Protestant understanding of purgatory, whether there is any scriptural warrant for the idea, and what C.S. Lewis had to say about it in his writings.
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I love this podcast. Especially the Anglican basics series. I learn a handful of things with every episode. He chooses really knowledgeable and insightful people to interview.
A Gem among Anglican Podcasts
Fr Gerry McDermott is a true scholar and son of the Church who regularly exemplifies the principle of “faith seeking understanding.” His devotion to the Lord and love for His Body, the Church, animates all his endeavors, which is clearly exhibited in the cleverly titled “Via Media.” Fr Gerry keeps his finger on the pulse of pressing issues, not only in Anglicanism, but throughout the global Church, and consistently brings in experts in the field and on the front line of the matter at hand. From Bishop Mouneer Anis of Egypt to ACNA’s Canon for Church Planting, Dan Alger, to Alastair Roberts and others, Fr Gerry consistently brings in key individuals and holds their feet to the fire on the matter at hand! It is impossible to overstate the value this resources provides to clergy and laity throughout the world, in light of its accessibility and studied distillation of complex issues. Fr Gerry, we are in your debt!
Thanks so much!
Love the richness of the Anglican tradition. Helps me understand a lot about me and where I still want to, need to, go.