Christians often speak of engaging the culture, but engagement can easily result in captivity to contemporary culture... Read More
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Guests on Volume 128: Matthew Crawford, on how skillful engagement with the material world provides the setting for true individuality; Carlo Lancellotti, on Augusto Del Noce's critique of modernity; James Turner, on the origins of the humanities in the venerable discipline of philology; Rod Dreher, on what he learned from Dante’s Divine Comedy; Mark Evan Bonds, on the idea of "absolute music"; and Jeremy Beer, on the neglected accomplishments of Booth Tarkington
"In modern times, things seem to have lost their substance in reality . . ." — Kenneth Schmitz Read More
Ken Myers, host of the MARS HILL AUDIO Journal, shares his thoughts on some of the basic issues the Journal seeks to address. Read More
Ken Myers did his first radio interview when he was 19 working in college radio. His first guest was Johnny Cash ... Read More
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