Podcast

open popup

EPISODE 61

Can We Call The Crucifixion Beautiful: Part II

Drew Miller discusses the question, “Can we call the Crucifixion beautiful?” with Danny Bryant, pastor of St. Mary of Bethany Anglican Parish, and Steve Guthrie, professor of Religion and the Arts at Belmont University.

The Rabbit Room Podcast

Subscribe on iTunes

RSS Feed Podcast
EPISODE 61

Drew Miller discusses the question, “Can we call the Crucifixion beautiful?” with Danny Bryant, pastor of St. Mary of Bethany Anglican Parish, and Steve Guthrie, professor of Religion and the Arts at Belmont University.

Can We Call The Crucifixion Beautiful: Part II

EPISODE 60

Drew Miller discusses the question, “Can we call the Crucifixion beautiful?” with Danny Bryant, pastor of St. Mary of Bethany Anglican Parish, and Steve Guthrie, professor of Religion and the Arts at Belmont University.

Can We Call The Crucifixion Beautiful: Part I

EPISODE 59

John Barber and Pete Peterson reveal and discuss their favorite 10 films of 2017 (and a few of their least favorites). Pete Peterson cheats.

Our Top Films of 2017

EPISODE 58

In which John Barber and Pete Peterson discuss the War for the Planet of the Men of Dunkirk of Christopher Nolan of the Apes.

A Tale of Two War Movies

EPISODE 57

In which John Barber and Pete Peterson discuss the dubious merits of Kong: Skull Island and Logan.

The Virtues of Monkey-Punching

EPISODE 56

Pete Peterson and John Barber discuss their top 10 films of 2016 and bat around a few Oscar picks.

Our Top 10 Films of 2016

EPISODE 55

In the previous podcast, we talked with Thomas McKenzie about the novel Silence. In this podcast, we sit down with Mako Fujimura to discuss the the film and his book Silence and Beauty.

Christ-Haunted Japan: Mako Fujimura on Silence and Beauty

EPISODE 54

Shusako Endo’s Silence is a powerful work of fiction, and is now a feature film by Martin Scorsese. Jonathan Rogers sits down with Thomas McKenzie and Pete Peterson to discuss the enduring power of the book and other similar works like The Power and the Glory.

Martyrs, not Saints: Thomas McKenzie on Endo’s Silence

EPISODE 053

C. S. Lewis saw George MacDonald as a kind of spiritual and literary father. These days, however, he’s not so widely read. In this episode, Ron Block explains why we should all be reading MacDonald, and how to get started.

What’s So Great About George MacDonald?

EPISODE 052

Doug McKelvey is a fountainhead of surprising and interesting facts about cassowaries, a kind of prehistoric ninja bird native to Papua New Guinea. His staggering expertise leads to a discussion of the nature of expertise, the relationship between truth and doubt, and the heartache of writer’s block.

Doug McKelvey Tells All About Cassowaries — And That’s Not All

EPISODE 051

Russ Ramsey and Andrew Osenga have found that jest is an important part of the grieving process. In this episode, they cover sickness, death, floods, and the television show Nashville with unexpected good humor.

Joy Comes in the Mourning

EPISODE 050

Happy Election Year! If ever we needed a booster shot of civility in public discourse, surely we need it in 2016. In this episode, Thomas McKenzie narrates a series of events in which he is subjected to most uncivil discourse, and A. E. Graham discusses the importance of civility and the via media in her own career as a political speechwriter.

Civil Discourse and the Via Media