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Joseph Clair talks with Paul Lorenzini about key cultural movements in post-enlightenment history.
Abigail Favale talks with educator Anika Prather about race and the classics.
Daniel Kang talks with David Cimbora about mental health.
Dave Tussing talks with Alex Molden about self knowledge, real success, and faith.
Joseph Clair talks with author Richard Foster about spiritual formation, disciplines, and following the Way of Jesus in the digital age.
Abigail Favale talks with Erika Bachiochi about feminism, contraception, and virtue.
Daniel Kang talks with Dr. Andrew Meszaros about the nervous system: what it is and how to take care of it.
Dave Tussing talks with Organizational Transformation Consultant Joe Thouvenel about Strengths-based leadership.
Joseph Clair talks with physics professor Todd Curtis about the intersection of science and faith.
Abigail Favale talks with David French about polarization, voting, and abortion.
Daniel Kang talks with Mary Imboden and Tyler Cuddeford about movement and the importance of staying active.
Dave Tussing talks with finance professional Kayode Odeleye about faith, integrity, and adversity.
Joseph Clair and Michael Ward consider C.S. Lewis' discourse, The Abolition of Man.
Abigail Favale talks with English Professor Bill Jolliff about difficult texts: reading them, teaching them, and relating to them.
Daniel Kang and Dr. Kevin Sellars on Disease, Resiliency, and Hope
We need to talk. To each other—often. About serious things. Political things and theological things and leadership things. Wild things. About our bodies and our health. About poetry and death. About God. And so we’re going to talk about it, together, as people of Christian faith, here in our new podcast and video series: it’s called “George Fox Talks."