Wednesday’s Podcast: Pandemics and Philosophy

On this week’s second episode of Pandemics and the Liberal Arts, Amy Poppinga and I talked to our friend and colleague Sara Shady about the significance of philosophy in the midst of COVID-19. It was fantastic! Sara primarily talked about ethics — how doctors, nurses, researchers, and others make decisions about health care during a pandemic; … More Wednesday’s Podcast: Pandemics and Philosophy

Marriage, Friendship, and the Mission of Christian Colleges

According to research by higher education scholar Robert Kelchen, former students of religious private colleges were much more likely to be married — and earlier — than those at other types of institutions. For example, Dordt College (a Christian Reformed school in Iowa) and two campuses of Brigham Young University topped the field in having … More Marriage, Friendship, and the Mission of Christian Colleges

Live From AC2nd: Dipping My Toe Back in the Waters of Podcasting…

It’s been nine or ten months since the last time I recorded an episode of The Pietist Schoolman Podcast. I don’t want to say that PSP will never have a third season, but it’s definitely on hiatus for the foreseeable future. But that doesn’t you can’t find me on iTunes… This week I was part of a new episode … More Live From AC2nd: Dipping My Toe Back in the Waters of Podcasting…