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Updated May 2020
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Michael Kruse is a senior staff writer at POLITICO, where he writes about presidential candidates and campaigns. He has been a journalist since his undergraduate years at Davidson College, and worked for the Tampa Bay Times before joining POLITICO. He has won a number of awards including the National Press Foundation’s Dirksen Award for Distinguish…
 
A conversation with Efi Ragia (Hellenic Open University) on coming to grips with social class in Byzantium, a society without a fixed social hierarchy, at least not fixed in terms of hereditary groups. Claims to high (or low) social standing were often rhetorical and fluid. Who were "the powerful"? By what criteria could they be recognized, and how…
 
Adam Domby is my guest today. He’s a history professor at the College of Charleston and we’ll be talking about his research on the statue of Silent Sam at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. That statue commemorated a Confederate soldier and was erected at a main university entrance in 1913. When Domby was a student at Chapel Hill in t…
 
In a recent article, pastor & author Joe Rigney suggests that modern culture’s emphasis on empathy may be problematic. Instead, he proposes sympathy as the virtue we should strive for. In this episode, we discuss his article and how its observations ring true within the church. Rigney's article: https://www.desiringgod.org/articles/do-you-feel-my-p…
 
Raise your hand if you’ve been on way too many Zoom calls in the last two months. Now raise your hand if you find yourself exhausted at the end of a day full of Zoom calls. In a recent article, Dr. Curt Thompson argues that this feeling of exhaustion isn't actually all that surprising. In this episode, we discuss Thompson's article and how we are s…
 
This episode is hosted by Cory Clark, and Michael Roth is the guest. Michael is a historian, the president of Wesleyan University, and the author of the book ‘Safe Enough Spaces: A Pragmatist’s Approach to Inclusion, Free Speech, and Political Correctness on College Campuses’. HxA held its first ever book club a few weeks back, and we chose to read…
 
We are well into week seven of the Coronavirus pandemic and these last seven weeks have provided many interesting observations of human behavior in a time of crisis. In this episode, we discuss those observations as well as some of author Edwin Friedman's insights on anxious systems.By The Wednesday Conversation
 
This is a special one-hour episode featuring Christian Gonzalez and Ian Storey. Christian Gonzales is a research assistant at Heterodox Academy. He’s a senior at Columbia University and he has written for various conservative publications like National Review and City Journal. Ian Storey is a staff writer for Heterodox Academy. He’s a political sci…
 
What did it take, and what did it do to you, to avoid the company of others in Byzantium? How far did you have to pare your life down, and how reliant were you still on networks of support and supply? A conversation with Ellen Muehlberger (University of Michigan: see episode 2) and David Brakke (Ohio State University: see episode 13) about trying t…
 
What is sentimentality and how is it a problem within the Church? In this episode, we discuss an insightful article by Dick Keyes that describes sentimentality and how it might be keeping Christians from deeper spiritual growth and mission. http://www.labri.org/inl/pdf/2009/fall-intlabri2009.pdfBy The Wednesday Conversation
 
Cory Clark is my guest on this episode. She’s the Director of Academic Engagement at Heterodox Academy. She’s also a social psychologist and until recently was an assistant professor at Durham University in the UK. We’ll be talking about a paper by her and Bo Winegard that was published in Psychological Inquiry this year called “Tribalism in war an…
 
A conversation with Tina Sessa (Ohio State University: see episode 4) and Kyle Harper (University of Oklahoma, author of The Fate of Rome: Climate, Disease, and the End of an Empire, Princeton University Press 2017) on the Byzantine reactions to pandemics. What was the threshold of social visibility for a pandemic anyway? What could the government …
 
The topic of spiritual warfare means many different things to Christians. In this episode we unpack this term, leaning heavily on the work of David Powlison to identify what spiritual warfare is and how Christians tend to misunderstand it. Powlison's article: https://blog.newgrowthpress.com/the-reality-of-spiritual-warfare/ The Screwtape Letters: h…
 
A conversation with Jennifer Davis (Catholic University of America) on the study of empire in a medieval context, contrasting the different ways in which Charlemagne and the Byzantine emperors ran theirs. What do we mean by empire after all? The discussion is based on her book Charlemagne's Practice of Empire (Cambridge 2015).…
 
The landscape across the globe has changed dramatically in the last two weeks. Churches are creatively embracing how to love and disciple their people, while social distancing is ordered and the threat of sickness present. Seven Mile Road has had to pivot and shift church. In that, there have been evidences of how our work in discipling the women t…
 
Katie Gordon is my guest today. Katie previously appeared on Episode 50: Can Offensive Political Speech Cause Trauma? On today’s episode, we’ll be talking about ways you can counsel and help students during the Coronavirus pandemic. We talk about what you can and cannot do, given legal and ethical guidelines around psychotherapy. We’ll also discuss…
 
In a recent article in Christianity Today, author Karen Swallow Prior reflects on her years of pro-life activism and the unsettledness she felt at the 2020 March for Life. In this episode, we discuss both her essay and another recent article tracing the history of the pro-life cause as we consider the question, "Must Pro-Life mean Pro-Trump?" https…
 
Amy Westervelt contributes to the Guardian, the Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post. In 2015, she received a Rachel Carson award and, in 2016, an Edward R. Murrow award for her environmental journalism. She’s the creator and host of the podcast Drilled, the first true-crime style podcast about climate change…
 
Among the many books Bob read on sabbatical was the thought-provoking book by Alan Kreider, "The Patient Ferment of the Early Church." In this episode, Bob summarizes the book and we discuss how Kreider's ideas might play out in ministry today. "The Patient Ferment of the Early Church" https://www.amazon.com/Patient-Ferment-Early-Church-Christianit…
 
It's no secret that Bob really likes to read. So we weren't surprised to hear that Bob read a lot of books while on sabbatical. In this episode he narrows it down to his top 3... or 4 or 5, and shares how these books challenged, provoked, and encouraged him. Seeing Through Cynicism: https://www.amazon.com/Seeing-Through-Cynicism-Reconsideration-Sus…
 
The Wednesday Conversation is back! Bob was on a sabbatical for the last three months and in this episode, he shares about what his experience was like. Spoiler alert: it wasn't awesome! Listen in as Bob talks about some of the despair and cynicism he experienced while away and how the Lord met him in the midst of it. Seeing Through Cynicism by Dic…
 
The Wednesday Conversation will be back with NEW episodes beginning February 19, 2020! In this episode from the archives, we feature a special interview with Dr. Greg Dammann, an orthopedic surgeon and former Coram Deo attender who overcame a prescription drug addiction. Greg and his wife Tammy tell the story of how God met them during one of the d…
 
Lawrence B. Glickman is my guest on this episode. He’s the Stephen and Evalyn Milman Professor in American Studies at Cornell University. We’ll be talking about his latest book, “Free Enterprise: An American History.” It covers what American politicians and the public mean when they talk about free enterprise, how that meaning has changed from the …
 
A conversation with Stephen Morris (independent scholar) about the attitudes toward (male) homosexuality in different sites of Byzantine culture and the prospects for an orthodox recognition of same-sex marriages, based on his book “When Brothers Dwell in Unity”: Byzantine Christianity and Homosexuality (McFarland & Company 2016).…
 
James Poniewozik is my guest today. He’s the chief television critic for the New York Times. We’ll be talking about his new book “Audience of One: Donald Trump, Television, and the Fracturing of America,” which was listed as one of the 10 best books of the year by Publishers Weekly, one of the 50 notable works of nonfiction in 2019 by The Washingto…
 
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