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Church and Culture

Church and Culture – January 17, 2015 – Hour 2: Phil Kerpen

  • Description: Guest Phil Kerpen discusses internet neutrality and the potential for more government control

Church and Culture – January 17, 2015 – Hour 1: Bob Reilly

  • Description: Do you want to be "Charlie". Guest Bob Reilly will make you think about "Je suis Charlie" after hearing their attitudes about Catholics.

Church and Culture – January 10, 2015 – Hour 2: Quin Hilyer on Israel and Palestine

  • Description: Different opinions clash as these two friends discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Church and Culture – January 10, 2015 – Hour 1: Luanne Zurlo

  • Description: Church and Culture engages all aspects of our culture with the aim of discussing “cultural apologetics.” Culture is discussed from a Catholic perspective in order to provide opportunities for Catholics to introduce the faith to others through a book, a movie, a TV show, a piece of music, a political issue, or an artist, among other things. The Church speaks through culture, and while there is much in our culture to be avoided, there is much that can witness to the Catholic faith. On each program, Dr. Hudson interviews noted experts in their fields, providing insight and guidance in our evangelical engagement with the culture.

Church and Culture – January 3, 2015 – Hour 2

  • Description: In the Second Part of this two-episode series, Deal concludes his reading from his autobiography, American Conversion

Church and Culture – January 3, 2015 – Hour 1: American Conversion Part 2

  • Description: In the Second Part of this two-episode series, Deal continues to read from his book American Conversion

Church and Culture – December 27, 2014 – Hour 1

  • Description: Deal takes us through his memorable moments of his Christmas memories with music and poetry

Church and Culture – December 27, 2014 – Hour 2: Father C. John McCloskey

  • Description: Church and Culture engages all aspects of our culture with the aim of discussing “cultural apologetics.” Culture is discussed from a Catholic perspective in order to provide opportunities for Catholics to introduce the faith to others through a book, a movie, a TV show, a piece of music, a political issue, or an artist, among other things. The Church speaks through culture, and while there is much in our culture to be avoided, there is much that can witness to the Catholic faith. On each program, Dr. Hudson interviews noted experts in their fields, providing insight and guidance in our evangelical engagement with the culture.

Church and Culture – December 20, 2014 – Hour 1: Thomas Williams

  • Description: Church and Culture engages all aspects of our culture with the aim of discussing “cultural apologetics.” Culture is discussed from a Catholic perspective in order to provide opportunities for Catholics to introduce the faith to others through a book, a movie, a TV show, a piece of music, a political issue, or an artist, among other things. The Church speaks through culture, and while there is much in our culture to be avoided, there is much that can witness to the Catholic faith. On each program, Dr. Hudson interviews noted experts in their fields, providing insight and guidance in our evangelical engagement with the culture.

Church and Culture – December 20, 2014 – Hour 2: Rev. Phillip DeVous

  • Description: Church and Culture engages all aspects of our culture with the aim of discussing “cultural apologetics.” Culture is discussed from a Catholic perspective in order to provide opportunities for Catholics to introduce the faith to others through a book, a movie, a TV show, a piece of music, a political issue, or an artist, among other things. The Church speaks through culture, and while there is much in our culture to be avoided, there is much that can witness to the Catholic faith. On each program, Dr. Hudson interviews noted experts in their fields, providing insight and guidance in our evangelical engagement with the culture.

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