Save my recent guest appearance on Election Shock Therapy as a supposed expert on American constitutional history, I’ve been rather quiet on the podcasting front. So I’m happy to announce that plans are coming together for a short fourth season of The Pietist Schoolman Podcast.
Each season of PSP has been its own entity. The first two bridged my two most recent books: season 1 was a kind of extended sequel to The Pietist Vision of Christian Higher Education, while season 2 let Mark Pattie and me think through what became The Pietist Option. Then last year, Sam Mulberry and I did a run of episodes on the history and legacy of the Protestant Reformation as our contribution to the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s 95 Theses.
For season 4, Sam and I are planning just four episodes, one for each stage of the “World Wars in Western Europe” tour that we’ll be leading next June. (Have you heard that I’m accepting applications?) Starting with London, we’ll each share four M’s per locale: a favorite museum, memorial, masterpiece (of art or music), and meal. We expect the debut to drop no later than early November.
I’ll share episodes at my Pietist Schoolman Travel and Pietist Schoolman Podcast pages on Facebook, or you can add Sam’s network to your RSS feed. And I think the good folks at the Christian Humanist Radio Network might also carry it…