Since 1993, MARS HILL AUDIO has been encouraging conversations about faith, faithfulness, and culture... Read More
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Guests on Volume 132: David I. Smith, on how metaphors assumed by teachers lead them to imagine the vocation of teaching; Susan Felch, on how the metaphors of gardens, building, and feasting can inform the task of education; D. C. Schindler, on philosopher Robert Spaemann's understanding of a teleological nature; Malcolm Guite, on his seven sonnets based on the ancient “O Antiphons” sung traditionally during Advent; J. A. C. Redford, on setting Malcolm Guite’s “O Antiphon” sonnets to music
"Images are not makeshifts handy for children and the vulgar crowd, which the cultured elite . . ." — Romano Guardini 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
During October & November, MARS HILL AUDIO released a series of interviews on rethinking politics theologically. Read More
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