Part three in the series on the Dark Ages explores monastic life and some important monks who defined the movement.
In the second episode in the series on the Dark Ages, Drew discusses the church’s disputes over the Son’s relationship to the Godhead, and the humanity of Christ.
Drew begins a series on the Dark Ages in Church history. In this episode, he defines the period, beginning with the reign of Constantine (306-337), and explores the question, “What happened to the church in the Middle Ages?”
“A guy dies and meets Peter at the pearly gates…” Have you heard this one before? The one with the punchline: “They think they are the only ones here.” In this episode, Drew explains not only why it is not a funny joke, but also why it’s not accurate.
Drew discusses Jorge Luis Borges’s story “The Garden of Forking Paths.”
Do we really forget anything? What would it be like if we could remember everything and be able to retrieve information from our memories at will? Listen to see how these questions can teach us that what we do now matters, either in the shame of Judgment, or in the grace of God’s forgetting.
Drew discusses the recent spate of renunciations by powerful evangelical leaders.
Brandon Renfroe sits down with Drew to discuss the very influential Warren-Flew debate. Stick with the conversation till the end to hear the correspondence Brandon shared with Dr. Flew in the early 2000s.
Abortion is a hot topic in America right now. Alabama and other states have passed laws making most abortions illegal, and everyone is waiting to see what the Supreme Court will decide. The pro-life is hopeful, since there is a 5-4 conservative majority. What should the church do? Is politics the answer, or is there a better way to fight this evil in our country?
Consumer religion attracts worshipers who come to church to have their “needs” met, but is this neediness good for us? What kind of needs does God supply?