The Kuyperian Commentary Podcast

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KC Podcast, Episode 69, Proverbs as a Manual to Train Young Men
Nov 20
Once again, Mark Horne joins the KC Podcast to talk about a new project near completion which is a guide for young men through Proverbs called Solomon Says. We discuss a host of issues related to the temptation of young men, their formation, and the…
68, KC Podcast, Abraham Kuyper and Lectures on Calvinism with Jesse Sumpter
Nov 11 • 29 min
Abraham Kuyper’s most concise work is entitled Lectures on Calvinism which were lectures delivered at Princeton in 1898. Little did Kuyper know just how much these lectures would shape Calvinist thought to this very day. Kuyperian Commentary decided to…
67, The Lost Supper with Dr. Matt Colvin
Oct 2 • 30 min
Conversations about the Lord’s Supper quickly delve into metaphysical categories like accidents and substance. But what if the institution of the Supper is rooted in the Passover meal? and what if Jesus’ words This is My Body was not something unique to…
66, Consumerism and Death, Conversation with Dustin Messer
Sep 12 • 20 min
Dustin’s opening line to his article on Breakpoint is striking: The Telegraph caught my eye last week: “80 percent decline in religious funerals as mourners opt for golf courses and zoos over churches.”This rising phenomenon of un-traditional funerals…
65, Interview with Brian Wright on the Rhythm of the Christian Life
Aug 27 • 19 min
Pastor Uri Brito welcomes back Dr. Brian Wright to discuss his new book, The Rhythm of the Christian Life: Recapturing the Joy of Life Together. Wright looks to Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s classic work, Life Together, as a helpful model for developing a…
64, Josh Harris, Courtship, and Apostasy
Aug 6 • 31 min
These three words are not synonymous, but it is hard to separate the author of the most well-known book on courtship in history and his falling away. Harris’s journey in the Christian world began with youthful zeal and ended zealously when he announced…
63, Doing Theology in a Twitter Age
Jul 5 • 33 min
Uri and Dustin team up once more to talk about the role of theology in a Twitter age. They focus on the good, the bad and the ugly of theologizing in a day of little patience and excessive opinations. They delve into some personal habits on-line as well…
62, KC Podcast: The Future of Classical Education
Jun 21 • 32 min
Four Kuyperians walk into a bar. Close enough. Four KC contributors attended the 2019 ACCS Conference in Atlanta, GA. On this episode, filled with humorous teaching stories, they discuss the impact and lessons learned from the conference and the future of…
KC Podcast Episode 61, Conversation with Will Weaver on Teaching Through the Summer
Jun 10 • 17 min
How do you prepare for summer months as teachers? Will Weaver teaches classes related to history, art, and theology at Legacy Christian Academy in Frisco, TX. In this episode, KC contributor, Dustin Messer, sat down with Will to talk about being a teacher…
60: Conversation with Dru Johnson on Human Rituals
Jun 3 • 27 min
What is a ritual? “The word gets a bad rap,” says Dr. Johnson. So, if you are looking for a summary of the role of rituals inside and outside the Church, look no further. Dru’s book is packed with substantive arguments and down to earth applications sure…
59, Kuyperian Life: Interview with Rev. Mickey Schneider
May 31 • 74 min
Rev. Mickey Schneider stands as a unique figure in Southern Presbyterian history. He assumed various leadership positions as a PCUSA minister and after the PCA was formed in 1973. Mickey’s 50 years of pastoral ministry provides a plethora of stories; not…
58, Conversation with Dr. David Cassidy: The Indispensable Gospel
May 21 • 31 min
Pastor Brito speaks with Pastor David Cassidy, lead Pastor Christ Community Church in Franklin, TN. David is an experienced pastor/theologian who has served the church for nearly four decades. His book Indispensable: The Basics of Christian Belief offers…
57, Conversation with Steve Macias on the Legacy of R.J. Rushdoony
May 10
Who was R.J. Rushdoony? Rush influenced the homeschooling movement, the Moral Majority and remarkably established much of the groundwork for a Kuyperian revolution applying Van Tilian thinking to all areas of life. If you’ve never heard of Rushdoony, this…
56, Conversation with Sean Johnson on Food, Foodies, and Feasting
Apr 30 • 25 min
Pastor Brito talks with Mr. Sean Johnson on his fantastic essay, Are the Culinary Arts Liberal Arts? The essay seeks to make an argument for treating cooking as an essential part of a Christian’s education in its classical sense, as well as the…
55, Ecclesiastes Through New Eyes; Conversation with Dr. Jeff Meyers
Apr 4 • 18 min
On this episode, Pastor Uri Brito sat down with Dr. Jeff Meyers to discuss the book of Ecclesiastes. Jeff wrote a fascinating commentary on this wisdom literature book many years ago, and it still remains one of the most insightful commentaries to this…
54, Lent and the Revival of the Church Calendar; Conversation with Dustin Messer
Mar 18 • 26 min
Pastors Brito and Messer sit down for another conversation on the nature of Lent. They discuss what is at the heart of the revival of the Church Calendar in the evangelical environment (think Matt Chandler) and also why the abuse of Lent is not an…
53, The Methodists’ Fight for Biblical Sexuality, Conversation with Dr. Matt O’Reilly
Mar 4 • 31 min
In light of the recent 2019 Special Session held in St. Louis of the United Methodist Church regarding the denomination’s view on the definition of marriage, Kuyperian reached out to Dr. Matt O’Reilly, a UMC minister, to ask him about what it means to be…
52, Communal Reading in the Time of Jesus; Conversation with Dr. Brian Wright
Feb 26 • 21 min
Pastor Brito sat down on this one-on-one interview with Dr. Brian Wright to talk about Wright’s fascinating book published in 2017 entitled Communal Reading in the Time of Jesus. Much of the contemporary discussion of the Jesus tradition has focused on…
51, Pro-Life Legislation in Montana; Conversation with Rep. Greg DeVries from Montana
Feb 19 • 9 min
In this short bonus interview, Pastor Uri Brito speaks with Rep. Greg DeVries from Montana who was a concerned citizen who took his calling as a Christian seriously and entered the political battle. Greg DeVries is a Republican member of the Montana House…
50, “Facts Don’t Care About Your Feelings; or, Do They?” Conversation with Dustin Messer
Feb 14 • 28 min
For our monumental 50th episode, Uri and Dustin joined forces to discuss Dustin’s first official article as a writer for the Colson Center entitled Awakening the Woke: Persuasion in a Tribal Age. Of course, the article leads us to all sorts of interesting…