At the end of each year, we like to take one episode of Mere Fidelity to give the hosts a chance to talk about their own projects and what has been their intellectual focus of the past year. We are blessed this year to have all four of the regular cast and crew together at once: Matt, Andrew, Alastair, and Derek. So listen in as they… [checks notes]… um… disagree over the first amendment, recite the meaning of every number in the Bible, and prevent one of Derek’s existential justifications from unplugging the internet? Hey, it’s Mere Fidelity, folks!
The Desire of the Nations, by Oliver O’Donovan [affiliate link]
The book Derek mentioned in connection with his dissertation: Alan L. Mittleman’s Does Judaism Condone Violence?
Begotten or Made?, by Oliver O’Donovan [affiliate link]
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