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Jonathan McIntosh

Jonathan McIntosh is a Fellow of Humanities at New Saint Andrew's College in Moscow, Idaho. He teaches the college’s junior year political and economic philosophy course, as well as electives in philosophical theology, natural law ethics, medieval thought, and Tolkien. He is the author of The Flame Imperishable: Tolkien, St. Thomas, and the Metaphysices of Faërie (Angelico Press, 2017).

MARS HILL AUDIO Journal

Volume 144

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Guests on Volume 144: Jonathan McIntosh on the influence of St. Thomas Aquinas’s metaphysical ideas on the work of J. R. R. Tolkien; Kevin Vost on the history of thinking about friendship in Patristic and Medieval Christian thought; Malcolm Guite on wisdom from Samuel Taylor Coleridge about reason and the imagination; R. David Cox on the influence of the Virginia Episcopalian tradition on the religious life of Robert E. Lee; Grant Brodrecht on why Civil War-era evangelicals in the North placed such a high value on preserving the Union; and Peter Bouteneff on the theological richness of the music of Arvo Pärt.