4.6 The Wonder of Life

EPISODE SUMMARY: In season 4 episode 6 of the Eudo Podcast, we explore the wonder of life. So far, we’ve explored the topics of wonder and delight and considered in

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4.7 On Human Uniqueness and Significance

EPISODE SUMMARY:  In season 4 episode 7 of the Eudo Podcast, we want to get personal—we want to consider the question of human significance. Are humans just “organized mud” or

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4.8 A Theology of the Ordinary

EPISODE SUMMARY: Do you ever feel like you are not doing enough for God? Do you struggle with guilt or even shame in your Christian life? If you work a

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4.9 Work and Play in a Sacramental Universe

EPISODE SUMMARY: What does it mean to live all of life under the banner of Christ? How should we think of work and play in a sacramental universe? What does

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4.10 Marriage, Sex, and Love in a Sacramental Universe

EPISODE SUMMARY:  In season 4 of the Eudo Podcast, we are exploring how seeing and delighting in God’s good world changes how we live and move and have our being

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4.11 Art, Creativity, and the Divine Drama

EPISODE SUMMARY: In season 4 episode 11 of the Eudo Podcast, we are going to talk once again about art and beauty (if you are interested in this topic, we

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4.12 Interview with Anselm Society’s Brian Brown

 In this final episode of season 4, Paul sits down with the Brian Brown, executive editor of the Anselm Society. Paul and Brian discuss the relationship between art, the

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De-Fragmenting Modernity by Paul Tyson

Modernity did not usher in the long-promised utopia. There are many things wrong with culture and many instances of people being wronged in culture. There are problems to be solved:

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What Shines Through The Cracks

“Desire without knowledge is not good.” –Proverbs 19:2 Longing for something you don’t know how to grasp will only lead to frustration. James K. A. Smith talks about a phenomenon

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Everyday Glory by Gerald R. McDermott

The world is full of deep meaning. The heavens and the earth do declare the glory of God. But many of us, including many of us believers, no longer have

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