Mere Fidelity: The Post-Election Show

In which we consider the results of the American Presidential election, and what they might mean.
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Mere Fidelity: Richard Hooker

Alastair talks with Brad Littlejohn and Michael Lynch about the ongoing relevance of 16th century theologian Richard Hooker. Brad’s recent book is a highly praised introduction to Hooker and contemporary debates about him.

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Mere Fidelity–On Bible Designs, with J. Mark Bertrand

J. Mark Bertrand joins Mere Fidelity to discuss the Biliotheca Reader’s Bible Project and other new ways of designing Bibles. Mark is the author of the Bible Design Blog, and has written on how technology has affected our relationship to Scripture. Interested parties might also look at the ESV Reader’s Bible, both in its six-volume edition and the single edition.

The Booktrades article on (vo)codex to co(in)dex Alastair referenced is here

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Mere Fidelity: The Four Loves, on Friendship

Matt, Alastair and Derek take up C.S. Lewis’s chapter on friendship.

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Mere Fidelity: The Election Episode

In which we go there.  John Stonestreet, President of the Colson Center and co-author of Restoring all Thingsjoins the crew to talk about how Christians should think about the upcoming election and whether and how we are all going to be able to get along again on November 9th.
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Mere Fidelity: The Four Loves, on Affection

This week Alastair, Matt and Derek consider the first of ‘the four loves’ that C.S. Lewis discusses, affection. I suppose that is all that needs to be said.

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Mere Fidelity: The Four Loves, Part One

C.S. Lewis’s work The Four Loves is a classic, so we decided to discuss it. Our conversation today focuses on the first two chapters. In two weeks time, we will consider chapter three.

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Mere Fidelity: On Biblical Exegesis and Systematic Theology

On this show, we discuss the thorny relationship between Biblical exegesis and systematic theology. It’s a lot of fun, let me tell you.

But the real news is that we have music! Yes, music! Kenneth Padgett from The Joy Eternal graciously allowed us to use music from their album A Sweet and Bitter Providence.  Go download a copy now.

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Finally, as always, follow DerekAlastair, and Andrew for more tweet-sized brilliance.  Thanks to Timothy Motte for his sound editing work. And thanks to The Joy Eternal for lending us their music, which everybody should download out of gratitude for their kindness.