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Best Andy Pulliam podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Andy Pulliam podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Faith Angle brings together top scholars and leading journalists for smart conversations around some of the most profound questions in the public square. Rather than a current-events debrief, our goal is a substantive conversation one notch beneath the surface, drawing out how religious convictions manifest themselves in American culture and public life.
 
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This week on the Faith Angle Podcast, we are joined by Mustafa Akyol and Richard Reeves. Guests Mustafa Akyol Richard Reeves Links Erdogan Should Not Erase Turkey’s Christian Past Would the Prophet Muhammad Convert Hagia Sophia? Lessons from Jerusalem: The Hagia Sophia in Turkey is too disputed to turn back into a mosque Islam without Extremes: A M…
 
This week on the Faith Angle Podcast, we are joined by Tara Isabella Burton and Jack Jenkins. Tara Isabella Burton is a columnist for the Religion News Service, and is a contributing editor at The American Interest. She is the author of Social Creature as well as her latest book Strange Rites: New Religions for a Godless World. Jack Jenkins is an a…
 
This week on the Faith Angle Podcast, we are joined by Ross Douthat and Lyman Stone. Ross Douthat joined The New York Times as an Op-Ed columnist in April 2009. His column appears every Tuesday and Sunday, and he co-hosts the Times Op-Ed podcast, "The Argument." Previously, he was a senior editor at The Atlantic and a blogger on its website. He is …
 
For this conversation, we sit down with Susan Glasser, The New Yorker’s staff writer and columnist, and a journalist who participated in our first overseas Faith Angle Forum, last November. Susan is the author of two books, a 10-year veteran correspondent at The Washington Post, editor-in-chief at Foreign Policy, and founder of Political Magazine. …
 
This week on the Faith Angle podcast, we are joined by Tim Keller and Peter Wehner. Tim Keller is the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan. He is also the Chairman & Co-Founder of Redeemer City to City (CTC), which starts new churches in New York and other global cities, and publishes books and resources for ministry in an u…
 
This week on the Faith Angle podcast, we are joined by Andy Crouch and Sarah Pulliam Bailey. Andy Crouch is partner for theology and culture at Praxis, an organization that works as a creative engine for redemptive entrepreneurship. His two most recent books—2017's The Tech-Wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in Its Proper Place and …
 
This week on the Faith Angle Podcast, we are joined by Asma Uddin and Daniel Harrell. Asma Uddin is currently an expert advisor on religious liberty to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), Inclusive America Project Fellow at the Aspen Institute, and senior scholar at the Freedom Forum Institute. She is also a Berkley Cent…
 
NOTE: We had some trouble with Josh's microphone. We apologize for his audio quality. This week on the Faith Angle podcast, we are joined by Stan Rosenberg and Alexandra DeSanctis. Stan is the founder and Director of Scholarship and Christianity in Oxford. He teaches early Christian history and patristics, and the relationship between science and r…
 
Links from this episode: Trump Should Be Removed from Office, Mark Galli, Christianity Today President Trump's Tweet The Flag in the Whirlwind: An Update from CT’s President, Timothy Dalrymple, Christianity Today Napp Nazworth Twitter announcement Nearly 200 evangelical leaders slam Christianity Today for questioning their Christian witness, Meliss…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Daniel Krauthammer for a big-think conversation about American democracy, Judaism, foreign policy, history and human nature, the power of ideas, baseball, Zionism, and the remarkable life of Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018). Daniel recently edited "The Point of it All," and Pete Wehner of The Atlantic and The New Yor…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy's Ashley Rogers Berner and The Atlantic's Alia Wong to discuss educational pluralism. Links from this episode: Ashley Berner | Johns Hopkins Institute for Education PolicyAlia Wong | The AtlanticThe Case for Educational Pluralism in the U.S. | Dr. Ashley Berner | Manhatta…
 
Are we living through a populist moment or a populist era? Matthew Goodwin, Prof. of Politics at Univ. of Kent, joins Henry Olsen of The Washington Post for a window into highlights from his bestselling book, National Populism: The Revolt Against Liberal Democracy---and its application to recent elections throughout the Western world.Book link:Roge…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Calvin College's James K. A. Smith and NPR's Miranda Kennedy to discuss Professor Smith's newest book, On the Road with Saint Augustine: A Real-World Spirituality for Restless Hearts. Links from this episode: James K. A. Smith, Calvin College Miranda Kennedy, NPR On the Road with Saint Augustine: A Real-World Spirit…
 
In this episode of Faith Angle, we're joined by Notre Dame's Christian Smith and Slate's Will Saletan to discuss Dr. Smith's newest book, Atheist Overreach Links from this episode: Christian Smith, University of Notre Dame Will Saletan, Slate Atheist Overreach: What Atheism Can't Deliver Three Decades Ago, America Lost Its Religion. Why?…
 
In this of Faith Angle, we take a look at the life and legacy of Elie Wiesel with Nadine Epstein and Michelle Boorstein. Links from this episode: Michelle Boorstein, Washington Post Nadine Epstein, Moment Elie Wiesel, An Extraordinary Life and Legacy: Writings, Photographs and ReflectionsBy Ethics and Public Policy Center
 
In the latest episode of Faith Angle, we take a look at the changing nature of marriage in America with Eugene Scott and Brad Wilcox. Eugene covers identity politics for the Washington Post's The Fix, and Brad is Director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, Professor of Sociology at the University of Virginia, Visiting S…
 
Former Clinton White House Press Secretary—and now Wesley Seminary professor—Mike McCurry sits down with Washington Post Columnist Karen Tumulty, and Faith Angle's Josh Good, to discuss the faith journeys of the Clintons and Reagans; transformations in journalism; and new opportunities for congregations to directly engage the deep divide in America…
 
Links from this episode: HBO's "Foster" is disturbingly accurate, but it's missing one important thing: solutions, Naomi Schaefer Riley, Los Angeles Times, 5/7/19 Reconsidering Kinship Care, Naomi Schaefer Riley, National Affairs, Summer 2018 How Foster Care Became a Christian Priority - Just in Time, Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra, The Gospel Coalition, 9/…
 
On the latest episode of Faith Angle, we're joined by New York Times op-ed columnist David Brooks and Comment Magazine editor-in-chief Anne Snyder to discuss the new books they've each published, their respective approaches to writing, their own marriage and faith journey, and how to cultivate communities rooted in trust that lead to individual and…
 
We're joined this week by Dr. Shadi Hamid and Sarah Wildman to discuss the resurgent role of global Islam, the relationship between nationalist populism and Muslims, Sharia law in the Middle East, the role of religion in Western democracies, and the enduring question of how deep religious convictions can align with more lasting expressions of publi…
 
This week on the Faith Angle Podcast, we are joined by Stanley Carlson-Thies and Kelsey Dallas. Guests Stanley Carlson-Thies Kelsey Dallas Links Latter-day Saint leaders call for 'fairness for all' while opposing the Equality Act A Better Way than the Equality Act Nondiscrimination for All Health and Human Services and the Religious-Liberty War An …
 
In this episode, we sit down with a Paris-based journalist, Pascal Emmanuel-Gobry, who provides insights on the changing role of religion in Europe. Amidst the rise in immigration and growing populism across the continent, is there a pluralist vision large enough to introduce healthy constraints and advance human flourishing between discrete commun…
 
In this episode, we sit down with The Economist's James Astill and EPPC's Henry Olsen—also a Washington Post columnist—to discuss European populism.The centre-Left will never defeat European populism if it fails to first understand it: https://unherd.com/2018/12/centre-left-will-never-defeat-european-populism-fails-first-understand-2/…
 
At our recent Faith Angle Forum in Miami, journalists, scholars, and faith leaders came together for in-depth conversations on global poverty and injustice, faith and mental health, and race in America. This episode offers an inside look at the forum, with clips from the presentations and comments from journalists, plus an extended conversation abo…
 
Jon Haidt offers candid perspective on today's university campuses, contemporary journalism, public discourse, and his own journey—as well as ways to better equip iGen students in their pursuit of human flourishing. Guests: Jonathan Haidt Peter Wehner Links: Why a 21st Century Enlightenment Needs Walls, Jonathan Haidt, RSA Replay Complicating the N…
 
The Persistence of the Culture Wars, Russell Moore’s 2014 address at Faith Angle - https://faithangle.org/session/persistence-culture-wars/Stop the Tax on Houses of Worship, Wall Street Journal, 11/22/18 - https://www.wsj.com/articles/stop-the-tax-on-houses-of-worship-1542918092The Storm-Tossed Family, 2019 - https://www.amazon.com/Storm-Tossed-Fam…
 
In this episode, we sit down with AEI president Arthur Brooks and NPR's Tom Gjelten to explore increasing loneliness and disenchantment with American politics, the power of storytelling, and new ways to engage distinct audiences in pursuit of the common good. Our Culture of Contempt, Arthur Brooks, New York Times, 3/1/19 - https://www.nytimes.com/2…
 
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