This week pastor Wilson talks about the impeachment madness and a few things the Democrats might consider, unpacks the greek work apopsucho, and highlights Thomas Sowell’s “Civil Rights: Rhetoric or Reality.” Happy Plodding! Pre-order Brave Ollie Possum here: https://canonpress.com/products/ollie
This week pastor Douglas Wilson chats election polls, unpacks the greek work apastrepho, and recommends Sinclair Fergusson’s “The Whole Christ.”
This week on the Plodcast pastor Douglas Wilson talks Beto’s promise to confiscate semi-automatic weapons, unpacks the greek work apostomatidzo, and reviews Copy Fights. Don’t forget that next week (Oct 7th-11th) is Canon Press’s annual fall sale! Almost everything in the store is 30% off!
This week Pastor Wilson discusses the dangers of prosecutive corruption, unpacks the greek word apostereo, and reviews C.S. Lewis’s “An Experiment in Criticism.” Don’t forget to get your copy of Doug’s newest book for kids, Andrew and the Firedrake!
This week Pastor Wilson discusses the implications of a hard brexit for Britain and the rest of the EU, unpacks the greek work apastasia, and commends Michael Bull’s book: Fed by Ravens. For more from Doug, visit https://canonpress.com
This week Pastor Wilson chats Tom Ascol and the Founders Trailer, unpacks apoplanao, and reviews “The Loveliness of Christ.” For more from Doug, please visit us at https://canonpress.com
This week Pastor Wilson talks the collective hysteria over transgender issues, unpacks apistos, and reviews Michael Ward’s “Planet Narnia.” For more from Doug, please visit us at https://canonpress.com
This week Pastor Wilson chats the tragic apostasy of Josh Harris, unpacks apistia, and reviews “Against Intellectual Monopoly.”
This week Pastor Wilson chats the gun control debate, unpacks apisteo, and reviews Ed Gogek’s “Marijuana Debunked.” For more from Doug, please visit us at https://canonpress.com
This week pastor Wilson chats Bernies’ campaign wages, unpacks Apelei, and reviews “Pink and Brown People and other Controversial Essays” by Thomas Sowell.