Bob Cutillo

Bob Cutillo, MD, is assistant clinical professor in the department of family medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He also serves as an associate faculty member at Denver Seminary and provides patient care to underserved populations at the Colorado Coaltion for the Homeless. He is the author of Pursuing Health in an Anxious Age (Crossway Books, 2016).


Volume 135

Available for mp3 purchase
Guests on Volume 135: Bob Cutillo, on the importance of understanding health as a gift; Hans Boersma, on recovering the patristic recognition of the sacramental presence of Christ in the Old Testatment; Dana Gioia, on the devout life and distinctive poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins; Matthew Levering, on the history of proofs of God’s existence, and what we learn about reason when we reason about God; Bruce Gordon, on his “biography” of John Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion; and Markus Rathey, on the dramatic and liturgical character of the major vocal works of Johann Sebastian Bach.