Chris Gerhz and Sam Mulberry simulpodcast a new season of the Pietist Schoolman Podcast on both Live from AC2nd and the Christian Humanist Podcast Network. In this season they will be gearing up for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
Live from AC2nd
Live from AC2nd is a network of podcasts feature professors from a variety of fields who teach at a Christian Liberal Arts College in Minnesota. Shows range from the sublime to the ridiculous and cover topics that are cultural, scholarly, spiritual, and personal. E-mail the show at email@example.com.
Oct 4th, 2017 by cwcradio
This episode is the live audio from the first in the 2017-18 Pietas Honors Program Colloquium Series. It features a Panel discussion with professors Gary Long (Bible/Theology), Steven Lancaster (Psychology), and Nathan Gossett (Math/Computer Science) discussing the question "Are There Answers?"
On this episode Chris, Sam, and the other Chris discuss the word Truth.
On this Episode, Chris, Andy, and Mitchell discuss free speech and Trumps run-in with the NFL.
Sep 13th, 2017 by cwcradio
Chris, Amy, and Sam, and joined by Journalism Professor Scott Winter for a Faculty Roundtable where they discuss Nicknames, Journalism, Office Decor, and much, much, more.
Sep 7th, 2017 by cwcradio
On this episode the Chris, Andy and Mitchell discuss natural disasters and foreign affairs.
Aug 26th, 2017 by cwcradio
Chris, Mitchell, Andy, and Sam are back to recap the 2017 goings-on in politics.
In this episode (recorded March 27, 2015), Sam sits down with Barrett Fisher. The original show notes read: "In this episode, I sit down with Bethel Associate Dean for Arts and Humanities Barrett Fisher. Our conversation weaves between books, film, teaching, and much, much, more."
In this episode (recorded March 18, 2015), Sam sits down with Dan Taylor. The original show notes read: "In this episode, I sit down with Dan Taylor, a former Bethel University English Professor and one of my favorite teachers ever. We discuss his intellectual autobiography, the importance of Ezra Pound, his first novel Death Comes for the Deconstructionist, and much, much more."
In this episode (recorded December, 2016), Sam sits down with Christian Collins Winn. The original show notes read: "In this episode, I sit down with Christian Collins Winn, a Theologian from Bethe University’s Biblical and Theological Studies department. We discuss his intellectual journey, being southern, his new book, and much, much more."