April 1, 2020
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 2016's Strong and Weak: Embracing a Life of Love, Risk and True Flourishing—build on the vision of faith, culture, and the image of God laid out in his previous books Playing God: Redeeming the Gift of Power and Culture Making: Recovering Our Creative Calling.
Sarah Pulliam Bailey runs The Washington Post's religion vertical. She covers how faith intersects with everything, including politics, culture, education, abortion and immigration. Before joining The Post, she was a national correspondent for Religion News Service. She was also online editor of Christianity Today magazine.
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March 18, 2020
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 Center research fellow. In addition to her expertise in religious liberty, Uddin writes and speaks on gender and Islam, and she is the founding editor-in-chief of altmuslimah.com.
Daniel Harrell is Editor-in-Chief of Christianity Today. Formerly, he served ten years as Senior Minister of Colonial Church, Edina, Minnesota, and for 23 years before that as preaching minister at Park Street Church, Boston, Massachusetts. He has taught at Gordon-Conwell, Fuller and Bethel seminaries, as well as at Boston University and Harvard University. He served for many years on the Community Ethics Committee of the Harvard University Hospitals and on the Advisory Council of Biologos.
February 24, 2020
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 religion—even producing a play about the remarkably unknown life of Charles Darwin. Alexandra writes for National Review, primarily about the trajectory of abortion policy in American life. She also hosts her own podcast called For Life, and is a frequent speaker on college campuses.
Stan Rosenberg at SCIO
Alexandra DeSanctis at National Review
For Life podcast with Alexandra DeSanctis
Mr. Darwin's Tree
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December 2, 2019
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 York Times knew Charles for decades—and worked in 2001 with Daniel, too.
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November 20, 2019
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.
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November 1, 2019
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.
Roger Eatwell and Matthew Goodwin, National Populism: The Revolt Against Liberal Democracy