Why Reading Old Books Is Important, Featuring Bobby McPherson and Joseph Crampton – The Garrett Ashley Mullet Show
My colleagues at The Reformed Conservative, as well as In Gladii Veritas fellows, Bobby McPherson and Joseph Crampton join me to discuss old books, and why we should read them, as well as the value Christians should assign to a good kind of tradition.
What’s our prescription, for American Christians in particular, for works to read and study, to understand better what’s going on culturally, socially, philosophically, politically, and theologically right now?
And how does what we’re doing fit into the task of equipping the saints for the work of ministry, and a Christian life well-lived and fruitful, neither naïve nor anxious, in these times?
Here we discuss what we see as the biggest challenges to helping others to agree that these are worthy goals in our day, and how should we think rightly about them so as to respond to them effectively.
All of that and more, in this episode of The Garrett Ashley Mullet Show.
This Episode’s Links:
- The Reformed Conservative
- The Christian Philosophy of Science – Herman Bavinck, Barnes & Noble
This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/message
Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/support