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LibriVox volunteers bring you 10 recordings of An Apology for Sadness by Anne Lynch Botta. This was the Weekly Poetry project for March 13, 2011.Anne Charlotte Lynch Botta was an American poet, writer, teacher and socialite whose home was the central gathering place of the literary elite of her era.At Mrs. Botta's receptions every Saturday night, attendees would find the most well-known writers, actors and artists, such as Poe, Margaret Fuller, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Bronson Alcott, Louisa May ...
 
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The London Lyceum

Jordan Steffaniak and Brandon Ayscue

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The London Lyceum is a weekly conversation on analytic, baptist, and confessional theology encouraging listeners to think. It hopes to foster serious thinking by creating an intellectual culture of charity, curiosity, and critical thinking. Find out more about us at our website: www.thelondonlyceum.com
 
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Jordan talks with Joshua Waulk and Thomas Frederick about counseling, integrationism, and more. They cover topics like: 1. What is counseling? What are the various models? 2. Do confessions speak to the nature of counseling? If so, how do they interact with it? 3. When did counseling in its modern form become prevalent? Would Reformed Christians of…
 
Support us: Bonus Episodes on Patreon Bonus Episodes on Apple Podcasts Donate on Paypal Buy cute merch Where else to find us: Sarah's other show, You Are Good [YWA co-founder] Mike's other show, Maintenance Phase Links: http://patreon.com/yourewrongabout http://apple.co/ywa https://www.teepublic.com/stores/youre-wrong-about https://www.paypal.com/p…
 
Alex Murdaugh was indicted in July 2022 on charges of murdering his wife, Maggie, and son, Paul. It didn't take long before the legal theatrics of Murdaugh's defense attorneys and the state's prosecutors were on full display. What began amicably with defense attorney Dick Harpootlian seemingly on the same page as head prosecutor Creighton Waters, s…
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Matthew Bingham about Baptist Catholicity. They cover topics like: Should we want to be baptist and catholic? Why have so many baptists in the last 50+ years been either naïve to the necessity of catholicity or hostile to it? What would you like to see moving forward with those committed to Baptist Catholicity? How can …
 
A discussion between Tim Pawl and R.T. Mullins on Classical Theism and Conciliar Christology. They discuss the aloneness argument against classical theism for the first half and the two sons worry for conciliar Christology in the second half. They take listener questions throughout as well. Watch it on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=…
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Michael Sciretti about Anne Dutton and spirituality. They cover topics like: Who is Anne Dutton? What was her vision of spirituality and what were the differences between it and those of her contemporaries? Does she see herself as normative? What were the most controversial aspects of Dutton's life? And much more! Resou…
 
This week, Mike and Sarah reunite to hunt for serial killers, and try to figure out whether they’re really endangered. Digressions include crow funerals, Carrie Bradshaw, and how we feel about being called mom and dad. An extended cut of this episode is also available for Patreon supporters and Apple + Podcast subscribers. Here's where to find Mike…
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Matt Emerson and Luke Stamps about Baptist Catholicity. They cover topics like: Should we want to be baptist and catholic? Why have so many baptists in the last 50+ years been either naïve to the necessity of catholicity or hostile to it? What would you like to see moving forward with those committed to Baptist Catholic…
 
Jordan talks with Taylor Cyr, co-host of the free will show, about freedom and divine foreknowledge. They cover topics like: What is freedom? What is foreknowledge? What is the dilemma of freedom and foreknowledge? Does foreknowledge restrict freedom? What responses are there to the dilemma of freedom and foreknowledge? What are the costs/benefits …
 
You may: 1. Travel on the established trail 2. Take the Hastings Cutoff What is your choice? Chelsey Weber-Smith (American Hysteria) tells Sarah about the Donner Party. Here's where to find Chelsey: Website Twitter Support us: Bonus Episodes on Patreon Bonus Episodes on Apple Podcasts Donate on Paypal Buy cute merch Where else to find us: Sarah's o…
 
Jordan talks with Steven Duby about Jesus and the God of Classical Theism. They cover topics like what Classical Theism means, what are the Christological challenges to it, what role metaphysics has in our theology, how God can be simple with the eternal relations of origin, how the Son can suffer with an impassible divine nature, whether Classical…
 
Jordan talks with Thomas Kidd about the life and legacy of Thomas Jefferson. They cover topics like who is Thomas Jefferson? Should the historian ever judge someone of the past by our present standards? Is there a place for such historiography? What was Jefferson's religious life like? How did becoming a Unitarian solve his religious doubt? How did…
 
This week we’re taking the back roads with Rachel Monroe, who tells us how the most prolific serial killer in American history may have been something much more ordinary—and why we keep trying to make violent men seem much more powerful than they are. Digressions include Ann Rule, career burnout, and tires for serial killers. Here's where to find R…
 
Jordan is joined by Tom McCall, Scott Williams, Tim Pawl, and Oliver Crisp for a special edition live roundtable event. During this live discussion, our goal is to understand classical theism. Expect topics like: What is the proper way to think about the Trinity and Divine Simplicity? What has the Great Tradition thought about these doctrines? Are …
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Eric Hagedorn about William of Ockham. They cover topics like who is Ockham? What were his main theological and philosophical contributions? What is theological voluntarism and does Ockham represent this? What is the debate on universals and where does Ockham fit? What are the similarities and differences between Ockham…
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Gavin Ortlund about the history and meaning of baptism. They cover topics like what is baptism and what has been shared about baptism throughout the history of the church (if anything!)? What were the sacramental views on baptism of the early church (i.e. what did they think baptism accomplished? What was the role of ba…
 
Here’s some money, go see a Porn War. This week we’re going on a field trip to Times Square with Nona Willis Aronowitz, author of Bad Sex, to learn about Deep Throat, “porno chic,” and the unresolved feminist battle over whether to eradicate pornography or make more of it. Digressions include Carol Clover, this discovery of the clitoris, and Harry …
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Dru Johnson about biblical philosophy. They cover topics like what counts as philosophy, what is biblical philosophy, if the Bible has its own philosophy, if the Bible utilizes philosophical schools like Platonism and Aristotelianism, and much more. Resources: 1) Biblical Knowing, Dru Johnson 2) Human Rites, Dru Johnson…
 
Jordan is joined by the rest of the London Lyceum crew to talk with Joe Thorn and Robert Briggs about confessions and confessionalism. They cover topics like what it means to be confessional, the perils of confessionalism, advice for those considering changing confessions, and more. Support the showBy Jordan Steffaniak and Brandon Ayscue
 
This week, Eric Michael Garcia tells Sarah about America’s barely forgotten pastime, plus the Supreme Court’s long history of horrifying decisions. Digressions include due process, The Evil Dead, and what Hitler admired about the United States. Here's where Eric: Website We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation Support us: Bonus Episodes …
 
After 400 days, state police in South Carolina are finally close to charging a suspect in connection to the June 2021 murders of Maggie and Paul Murdaugh. Thr Murdaugh family confirmed Tuesday, July 12, the suspect who will face charges is none other than Alex Murdaugh — Maggie's husband and Paul's father. Alex's brother, John Marvin Murdaugh, conf…
 
Jordan talks with Trenton Merricks about the self and identity. They cover topics like what those words mean, what the typical ways they are understood, what the relationship between persistence and what matters for survival, and more. Find more info about the London Lyceum or contact us at our website. Find out more about Trenton and all of his re…
 
This is a super quick message to let you know we'll be having a You're Wrong About West Coast mini tour in September. We'll be going to Portland on 9/16, Seattle (9/18), Los Angeles (9/20) and San Francisco (9/22). There will be music and guests, and if it goes well we may do more of these in more cities. I am letting you know in this quick announc…
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Prof Robert Kolb about Martin Luther's view of reality. They cover topics like what is the overarching theme of his view of reality? What are the big ideas What is his concept of conscience and how does it develop and differ from others? What is the role of God's law? And much more. Find more info about the London Lyceu…
 
Sarah and Carmen complete their epic trilogy by meeting Rick Emerson on the edge of Mount Doom to discuss his book, Unmask Alice, and some of the story behind the diary that has captivated America—and informed its drug policy—for half a century. Digressions include multi-level marketing, Oceans Eleven, the Great Salt Lake. You can hear Part 1 here …
 
This week Carmen and Sarah read the rest of Alice’s bitchin' diary, and ponder the truths that only lies can tell. Digressions include Pamela and Clarissa, sadistic switch hitters, and orange yeast rolls. You can hear Part 1 here and Part 3 here. Here's where to find Carmen: Website Support us: Bonus Episodes on Patreon Bonus Episodes on Apple Podc…
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Michael Haykin about Baptists and the sacraments. They consider what is a sacrament and why do many contemporary Baptists avoid the terminology? Why was the terminology changed to ordinance in baptist history and confessions as well What does it mean for baptism to be a sacrament and means of grace? What is the sacramen…
 
Jordan, Brandon, Garrett, and Jake talk with Matthew Bingham about what it takes to be a good historian--especially in the Baptist tradition. Resources: 1) Visions of Politics, Volume 1, Quentin Skinner 2) Visions of Politics, Volume 2, Quentin Skinner 3) Visions of Politics, Volume 3, Quentin Skinner 4) Seeing Things Their Way: Intellectual Histor…
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Nate Pickowicz about the life and legacy of RC Sproul. They cover topics like who was he, what was his educational background, did he have a smoking addiction, did it come back later, what is Ligonier and how did it come to be, what were his main theological and pastoral contributions, and more. Find more info about the…
 
This week we’re dishing up a mouthwatering feast of history, gossip, and white collar crime. Guest Sarah Archer tells the tale of Martha Stewart, a girl from New Jersey who achieved world domination by letting us look at her basket collection. Digressions include prairie dresses, condensed soups, and how to tell if your tween is reading Sunset Maga…
 
A discussion between Andrew Walker, Brad Littlejohn, Timon Cline, and Jonathan Leeman on a Protestant vision for political theology. During this live discussion our goal is to understand the role of the church in the public square and what a robust Protestant political theology ought to look like. Expect topics like these to be addressed: how much …
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Fred Sanders about this latest work on the Trinity and Salvation. They cover topics like how does the Trinity give shape to all the sub doctrines of soteriology? How does it order doctrinal discourse in general? Is there a difference between classical and social trinitarian methodology? How does the Trinity shape our un…
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Steve McKinion about Cyril of Alexandrai. They cover topics like who is Cyril, what is the Nestorian controversy, what were Cyril's main theological writings and contributions, why should we care about Cyril today? Find more info about the London Lyceum or contact us at our website. Resources: 1) On the Unity of Christ,…
 
One year since Maggie & Paul Murdaugh were murdered, we look back on bizarre events and jaw-dropping revelations that have only served to underscore the original mystery: Who killed Maggie & Paul Murdaugh? And why? In this episode, show host & writer Anne Emerson is joined by producer Drew Tripp to answer questions about the Murdaugh case from WCIV…
 
This week, Sarah tries to solve the mystery of the Dyatlov Pass Incident, in which nine experienced ski hikers fled their shelter and ran into the frigid night for reasons unknown. Digressions include yetis, snowmobiles, and Rachel Monroe. Sarah miraculous does not sing Rilo Kiley’s “Portions for Foxes.” Some Notes: The New Yorker The BBC Cracked N…
 
Jordan talks with Paul Gould about Platonism, Christian Platonism, abstract objects, and much more. Find more info about the London Lyceum or contact us at our website. Resources: 1) Beyond the Control of God? Six views on abstract objects 2) Four views on Metaphysics 3) Four views on Christianity and philosophy Support the show…
 
Jordan and Brandon are joined by Conner McMakin as they talk with Guillaume Bignon about his latest book. They cover topics like Gullaume's journey to Christianity, the most powerful aspects of belief in God, how he became a Calvinist, and much more. Find more info about the London Lyceum or contact us at our website. Resources: 1) Confessions of a…
 
The scope and scheme of Alex Murdaugh's alleged multi-million dollar fraud becomes clearer with each new criminal charge against him. It now appears Murdaugh didn't work alone, being helped for years by two accomplices: longtime friend and fellow lawyer Cory Fleming, along with business associate and Hampton banker Russell Laffitte. A question top …
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Obbie Tyler Todd about the moral government theory of atonement, Jonathan Edwards, and the origins of the SBC. They cover topics like what sort of influence Edwards had on the early Southern Baptists, why many Southern Baptists rejected penal substitutionary atonement, what was attractive about the moral government theo…
 
Where did all these prisons come from? WBEZ’s Shannon Heffernan is here to give us part of the answer, which involves “small government” (of course), Lennie Briscoe (as always), the pink flowers of Alcatraz, and a prison sweepstakes that produced the actual worst song of the 80s. Two quick corrections via Shannon: "I said Illinois has potential pla…
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Paul Sanchez about the history of pentecostalism. They cover topics like what is pentecostalism, how did it come about, who is Charles Parham and why does he matter, why is speaking in tongues so important, what is Holy Spirit baptism, and much more. Find more info about the London Lyceum or contact us at our website. R…
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Travis Dickinson about his new book Logic and the Way of Jesus. They consider what logic is, how it is related to Jesus, various fallacies, intellectual virtues, and more. Find more info about the London Lyceum or contact us at our website. Resources: 1) Logic and the Way of Jesus, Travis Dickinson Support the show…
 
This week we begin our journey into the totally true not at all made up diary that has been scaring America’s teens for fifty years. Digressions include Jell-O, magic mushrooms, and ironing your hair, and Sarah promises to trip with Carmen. “Button, Button” is by Richard Matheson. You can hear Part 2 here and Part 3 here. Here's where to find Carme…
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Bryan Baise and Tyler Flatt about friendship. They consider what it is, why it matters, why we often struggle to have deep friendships, how to create them, and more. Find more info about the London Lyceum or contact us at our website. Resources: 1) Teach Them Friendship, Bryan Baise Support the show…
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with Kevin Vallier about public reason liberalism and Catholic Integralism. They cover topics like what it looks like to have a well ordered society, trust, polarization, why Catholic integralism is anti-liberal, and more. Find more info about the London Lyceum or contact us at our website. Resources: 1) Kevin Vallier's webs…
 
We want to play a game. This week, Dana Schwartz stuffs us in an iron maiden and explains why the most famous Medieval torture devices are none of the above. Digressions include the Kings Cross Wax Museum, getting stabbed in the butt, and the pivot to video era. Links to stuff discussed within: 5 Of The Most Gruesome Medieval Torture Devices [Buzzf…
 
Jordan and Brandon are joined by Cody Floate, Jake Stone, Conner McMakin, and Garrett Walden to discuss the John Gill Project. What is it? Why does it matter? How can you support it? Find more info about the London Lyceum or contact us at our website. Support the project here. Support the showBy Jordan Steffaniak and Brandon Ayscue
 
Jordan and Brandon talk with London Lyceum Senior Editor Garrett Walden about John C Ryland. They consider who he is, why we should care about him, what sort of theological contributions he made, and more. Find more info about the London Lyceum or contact us at our website. Resources: 1) Edification and Beauty, James Renihan 2) Kiffen, Knollys, and…
 
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