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Cantus Firmus

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Cody Cook

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Interviews, debates, conversations, and lecture format audio that focuses on making Jesus the center.

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Unhitching the Old Testament Ep. 3 – Dr. A. Philip Brown II

My interview with Dr. A. Philip Brown II centers around how we should define and understand biblical inspiration, how the New Testament both modifies and builds on Old Testament teaching, and whether unhitching the Old Testament makes it easier to defend the faith. Dr. A. Phillip Brown is the Graduate Program director and teacher of New Testament Greek, Biblical Hebrew and a vast assortment of Bible and theology classes at God’s Bible School & College at Cincinnati, Ohio. He’s also the editor of Zondervan’s A Reader’s Hebrew Bible. You can find out more about him at http://www.apbrown2.net Audio download: http://www.cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20200219-UTOTEp3-APBrown.mp3 Music: Denso by Macchiato Funky

46 MIN1 w ago
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Unhitching the Old Testament Ep. 3 – Dr. A. Philip Brown II

Cantus Firmus at the Movies Film Festival – Monsters & Madmen

Some time back I had started a Patreon and part of the benefits that subscribers got was a Patreon-exclusive podcast. That Patreon has been closed for awhile now but there was some really cool content left over that only a few people got to hear. Here is a collection of film analyses I did organized around the theme “Monsters & Madmen,” including discussion of The Shining, Labyrinth, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, and Clifford. Themes discussed include white privilege, coming of age, bearing someone else’s guilt, class resentment and the never-ending cycle of revenge, and forgiveness. Audio:http://www.cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20200211-CFATM-Ep18-FilmFest2.mp3 Music:“Octagon Pt 2” by Polyrhythmics. Licensed under CC BY 3.0http://www.needledrop.co/wp/artists/polyrhythmics/ “Kitchen Suite” by Spiedkiks.

26 MIN2 w ago
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Cantus Firmus at the Movies Film Festival – Monsters & Madmen

Cantus Firmus Book Club Ep. 5 – The Day the Revolution Began (w/ Ruth Ryder)

I recently had the opportunity to speak with Ruth Ryder about the N.T. Wright book The Day the Revolution Began: Reconsidering the Meaning of Jesus’s Crucifixion, highlighting its theme of rejecting the violence of the world for Christ’s new way of doing things and finding some commonalities in how libertarians approach power and coercion. Ruth is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University (BA, History) as well as Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (MA, Intercultural Studies) and the University of Notre Dame (MTS, History of Christianity). She has previously published with The Libertarian Christian Institute, The Foundation for Economic Education, The Federalist, and the academic journals Worship and the Christian Libertarian Review, where she is the assistant editor. Download:http://www.cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20191215-CFBC-Ep5-TheDayTheRevolutionBegan.mp3 Music:“Liam Rides a Pony” by Polyrhythmics. Licensed under CC BY 3.0http://www.needledrop.co/wp/artists/polyrhythmics/

38 MIN2019 DEC 17
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Cantus Firmus Book Club Ep. 5 – The Day the Revolution Began (w/ Ruth Ryder)

Cantus Firmus at the Movies Film Festival – Space Is the Place

Some time back I had started a Patreon and part of the benefits that subscribers got was a Patreon-exclusive podcast. That Patreon has been closed for some time now but there was some really cool content left over that only a few people got to hear. Here is a collection of film analyses I did organized around the theme “Space is the Place,” including discussion of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, The Thing from Another World, Mars Attacks, Star Wars Episode 7: The Last Jedi, and 2001: A Space Odyssey. Audio:http://www.cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20191107-CFATM-Ep17-FilmFest1.mp3 Music:“Octagon Pt 2” by Polyrhythmics. Licensed under CC BY 3.0http://www.needledrop.co/wp/artists/polyrhythmics/ “Kitchen Suite” by Spiedkiks.

30 MIN2019 NOV 7
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Cantus Firmus at the Movies Film Festival – Space Is the Place

Cantus Firmus at the Movies Ep. 16 – Inception (w/ Adam Graham)

Adam Graham was my guest to discuss the 2010 Christopher Nolan film Inception, a movie about a mission to implant an idea in the brain of a leader of industry by infiltrating his dreams. Our discussion led us to think about how a simple idea can spread, whether reality is objective or subjective, and how guilt can begin to feel larger than life. Adam Graham is behind the website http://www.nokingbutchrist.org/ as well as the Youtube page No King But Christ. The mission of No King But Christ is to better unite the Christian worldview with libertarian principles. Audio:http://cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20190914-CFATM-Ep16-Inception(wAdamGraham).mp3 Music:“Octagon Pt 2” by Polyrhythmics. Licensed under CC BY 3.0http://www.needledrop.co/wp/artists/polyrhythmics/

59 MIN2019 SEP 16
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Cantus Firmus at the Movies Ep. 16 – Inception (w/ Adam Graham)

The Anti-War War Vet – A Conversation with John A. Dangelo III

John A. Dangelo III was a marine deployed in Afghanistan. Now he’s the man behind AntiWarWarVet.com. In this episode he shares his journey–both political and spiritual–from a believer in state violence to an anti-war advocate. Audio:http://www.cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20190822-TheAntiWarWarVet.mp3 Music:“The Itis” by Polyrhythmics. Licensed under CC BY 3.0http://www.needledrop.co/wp/artists/polyrhythmics/

42 MIN2019 AUG 23
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The Anti-War War Vet – A Conversation with John A. Dangelo III

Unhitching the Old Testament Ep. 2 – Exodus 34’s God Who Is Great in Kindness in the Old and New Testaments

In Exodus 34:5-8, God revealed His character to Moses in words which would play a central role in directing Jewish discourse about the divine being for millennia to come. This portrayal of God is one of many ideas and themes which unify the two Testaments. Audio download:http://cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20190705-UTOTEp2-Exodus34.mp3 Music:“The Itis” by Polyrhythmics. Licensed under CC BY 3.0http://www.needledrop.co/wp/artists/polyrhythmics/

-1 s2019 JUL 6
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Unhitching the Old Testament Ep. 2 – Exodus 34’s God Who Is Great in Kindness in the Old and New Testaments

Unhitching the Old Testament Ep. 1 – Dr. Michael Heiser

The first episode in a new podcast series, my interview with Dr. Michael Heiser covers the trend of “unhitching” the Old Testament from our Christian faith. Dr. Heiser argues for the incoherence of a Christianity without the Old Testament and gives his own view of the rationale for the violence described in the Old Testament regarding the Canaanite conquest. Dr. Michael Heiser is a Bible scholar who received his Ph.D. in Hebrew and Semitic Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is the scholar-in-residence at Logos Bible Software. He’s also the host of The Naked Bible podcast and the author of books including The Unseen Realm and Reversing Hermon. He does an amazing job bringing the cookies down to a lower shelf, so to speak, by helping lay people to understand scholarly level discussion of the Bible. You can find out more about him at http://drmsh.com Audio download:http://cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20190410-UTOTEp1-Heiser.mp3 Music: Denso by Macchiato Funky

-1 s2019 APR 11
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Unhitching the Old Testament Ep. 1 – Dr. Michael Heiser

Cantus Firmus at the Movies Ep. 15 – Mr. Nobody (w/ Steve Hilliker)

“A boy stands on a station platform as a train is about to leave. Should he go with his mother or stay with his father? Infinite possibilities arise from this decision. As long as he doesn’t choose, anything is possible.” This was the promotional tagline for the 2009 film Mr. Nobody, a film about choice, chance, and the anxiety about whether you made the right decision. In addition to these topics, the film also sparked discussion about freedom and fate as well as pseudoscience in movies. My guest to discuss the film was Steve Hilliker. Steve deconverted from Christianity in 2005 while earning his Bachelor’s degree in Biblical Studies and planning to be a pastor. What followed was a major life crisis. Steve’s career path was gone and his wife was still a Christian. He worried about how they would raise their kids. He couldn’t find resources or community for ex-Christians and struggled with depression. Years later, Steve realized the importance for himself and others in discuss...

67 MIN2019 MAR 4
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Cantus Firmus at the Movies Ep. 15 – Mr. Nobody (w/ Steve Hilliker)

Cantus Firmus at the Movies Ep. 14 – Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (w/ Latifah Alattas)

Musician Latifah Alattas was my guest to discuss the 2004 Michel Gondry film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, focusing on its themes of grief, memory, love, and separation. Latifah is a musical artist, writer, producer, and engineer involved in such projects as Moda Spira and Page CXVI. You can learn more about her work at www.latifahalattas.com Music: Love Gone Bad by Latifah Alattas’ project Moda Spira, from her album Divorce. Audio: http://cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20190212-CFATM-Ep14-EternalSunshine(wLatifahAlattas).mp3

-1 s2019 FEB 17
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Cantus Firmus at the Movies Ep. 14 – Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (w/ Latifah Alattas)

Latest Episodes

Unhitching the Old Testament Ep. 3 – Dr. A. Philip Brown II

My interview with Dr. A. Philip Brown II centers around how we should define and understand biblical inspiration, how the New Testament both modifies and builds on Old Testament teaching, and whether unhitching the Old Testament makes it easier to defend the faith. Dr. A. Phillip Brown is the Graduate Program director and teacher of New Testament Greek, Biblical Hebrew and a vast assortment of Bible and theology classes at God’s Bible School & College at Cincinnati, Ohio. He’s also the editor of Zondervan’s A Reader’s Hebrew Bible. You can find out more about him at http://www.apbrown2.net Audio download: http://www.cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20200219-UTOTEp3-APBrown.mp3 Music: Denso by Macchiato Funky

46 MIN1 w ago
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Unhitching the Old Testament Ep. 3 – Dr. A. Philip Brown II

Cantus Firmus at the Movies Film Festival – Monsters & Madmen

Some time back I had started a Patreon and part of the benefits that subscribers got was a Patreon-exclusive podcast. That Patreon has been closed for awhile now but there was some really cool content left over that only a few people got to hear. Here is a collection of film analyses I did organized around the theme “Monsters & Madmen,” including discussion of The Shining, Labyrinth, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, and Clifford. Themes discussed include white privilege, coming of age, bearing someone else’s guilt, class resentment and the never-ending cycle of revenge, and forgiveness. Audio:http://www.cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20200211-CFATM-Ep18-FilmFest2.mp3 Music:“Octagon Pt 2” by Polyrhythmics. Licensed under CC BY 3.0http://www.needledrop.co/wp/artists/polyrhythmics/ “Kitchen Suite” by Spiedkiks.

26 MIN2 w ago
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Cantus Firmus at the Movies Film Festival – Monsters & Madmen

Cantus Firmus Book Club Ep. 5 – The Day the Revolution Began (w/ Ruth Ryder)

I recently had the opportunity to speak with Ruth Ryder about the N.T. Wright book The Day the Revolution Began: Reconsidering the Meaning of Jesus’s Crucifixion, highlighting its theme of rejecting the violence of the world for Christ’s new way of doing things and finding some commonalities in how libertarians approach power and coercion. Ruth is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University (BA, History) as well as Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (MA, Intercultural Studies) and the University of Notre Dame (MTS, History of Christianity). She has previously published with The Libertarian Christian Institute, The Foundation for Economic Education, The Federalist, and the academic journals Worship and the Christian Libertarian Review, where she is the assistant editor. Download:http://www.cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20191215-CFBC-Ep5-TheDayTheRevolutionBegan.mp3 Music:“Liam Rides a Pony” by Polyrhythmics. Licensed under CC BY 3.0http://www.needledrop.co/wp/artists/polyrhythmics/

38 MIN2019 DEC 17
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Cantus Firmus Book Club Ep. 5 – The Day the Revolution Began (w/ Ruth Ryder)

Cantus Firmus at the Movies Film Festival – Space Is the Place

Some time back I had started a Patreon and part of the benefits that subscribers got was a Patreon-exclusive podcast. That Patreon has been closed for some time now but there was some really cool content left over that only a few people got to hear. Here is a collection of film analyses I did organized around the theme “Space is the Place,” including discussion of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, The Thing from Another World, Mars Attacks, Star Wars Episode 7: The Last Jedi, and 2001: A Space Odyssey. Audio:http://www.cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20191107-CFATM-Ep17-FilmFest1.mp3 Music:“Octagon Pt 2” by Polyrhythmics. Licensed under CC BY 3.0http://www.needledrop.co/wp/artists/polyrhythmics/ “Kitchen Suite” by Spiedkiks.

30 MIN2019 NOV 7
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Cantus Firmus at the Movies Film Festival – Space Is the Place

Cantus Firmus at the Movies Ep. 16 – Inception (w/ Adam Graham)

Adam Graham was my guest to discuss the 2010 Christopher Nolan film Inception, a movie about a mission to implant an idea in the brain of a leader of industry by infiltrating his dreams. Our discussion led us to think about how a simple idea can spread, whether reality is objective or subjective, and how guilt can begin to feel larger than life. Adam Graham is behind the website http://www.nokingbutchrist.org/ as well as the Youtube page No King But Christ. The mission of No King But Christ is to better unite the Christian worldview with libertarian principles. Audio:http://cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20190914-CFATM-Ep16-Inception(wAdamGraham).mp3 Music:“Octagon Pt 2” by Polyrhythmics. Licensed under CC BY 3.0http://www.needledrop.co/wp/artists/polyrhythmics/

59 MIN2019 SEP 16
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Cantus Firmus at the Movies Ep. 16 – Inception (w/ Adam Graham)

The Anti-War War Vet – A Conversation with John A. Dangelo III

John A. Dangelo III was a marine deployed in Afghanistan. Now he’s the man behind AntiWarWarVet.com. In this episode he shares his journey–both political and spiritual–from a believer in state violence to an anti-war advocate. Audio:http://www.cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20190822-TheAntiWarWarVet.mp3 Music:“The Itis” by Polyrhythmics. Licensed under CC BY 3.0http://www.needledrop.co/wp/artists/polyrhythmics/

42 MIN2019 AUG 23
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The Anti-War War Vet – A Conversation with John A. Dangelo III

Unhitching the Old Testament Ep. 2 – Exodus 34’s God Who Is Great in Kindness in the Old and New Testaments

In Exodus 34:5-8, God revealed His character to Moses in words which would play a central role in directing Jewish discourse about the divine being for millennia to come. This portrayal of God is one of many ideas and themes which unify the two Testaments. Audio download:http://cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20190705-UTOTEp2-Exodus34.mp3 Music:“The Itis” by Polyrhythmics. Licensed under CC BY 3.0http://www.needledrop.co/wp/artists/polyrhythmics/

-1 s2019 JUL 6
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Unhitching the Old Testament Ep. 2 – Exodus 34’s God Who Is Great in Kindness in the Old and New Testaments

Unhitching the Old Testament Ep. 1 – Dr. Michael Heiser

The first episode in a new podcast series, my interview with Dr. Michael Heiser covers the trend of “unhitching” the Old Testament from our Christian faith. Dr. Heiser argues for the incoherence of a Christianity without the Old Testament and gives his own view of the rationale for the violence described in the Old Testament regarding the Canaanite conquest. Dr. Michael Heiser is a Bible scholar who received his Ph.D. in Hebrew and Semitic Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is the scholar-in-residence at Logos Bible Software. He’s also the host of The Naked Bible podcast and the author of books including The Unseen Realm and Reversing Hermon. He does an amazing job bringing the cookies down to a lower shelf, so to speak, by helping lay people to understand scholarly level discussion of the Bible. You can find out more about him at http://drmsh.com Audio download:http://cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20190410-UTOTEp1-Heiser.mp3 Music: Denso by Macchiato Funky

-1 s2019 APR 11
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Unhitching the Old Testament Ep. 1 – Dr. Michael Heiser

Cantus Firmus at the Movies Ep. 15 – Mr. Nobody (w/ Steve Hilliker)

“A boy stands on a station platform as a train is about to leave. Should he go with his mother or stay with his father? Infinite possibilities arise from this decision. As long as he doesn’t choose, anything is possible.” This was the promotional tagline for the 2009 film Mr. Nobody, a film about choice, chance, and the anxiety about whether you made the right decision. In addition to these topics, the film also sparked discussion about freedom and fate as well as pseudoscience in movies. My guest to discuss the film was Steve Hilliker. Steve deconverted from Christianity in 2005 while earning his Bachelor’s degree in Biblical Studies and planning to be a pastor. What followed was a major life crisis. Steve’s career path was gone and his wife was still a Christian. He worried about how they would raise their kids. He couldn’t find resources or community for ex-Christians and struggled with depression. Years later, Steve realized the importance for himself and others in discuss...

67 MIN2019 MAR 4
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Cantus Firmus at the Movies Ep. 15 – Mr. Nobody (w/ Steve Hilliker)

Cantus Firmus at the Movies Ep. 14 – Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (w/ Latifah Alattas)

Musician Latifah Alattas was my guest to discuss the 2004 Michel Gondry film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, focusing on its themes of grief, memory, love, and separation. Latifah is a musical artist, writer, producer, and engineer involved in such projects as Moda Spira and Page CXVI. You can learn more about her work at www.latifahalattas.com Music: Love Gone Bad by Latifah Alattas’ project Moda Spira, from her album Divorce. Audio: http://cantus-firmus.com/Audio/20190212-CFATM-Ep14-EternalSunshine(wLatifahAlattas).mp3

-1 s2019 FEB 17
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Cantus Firmus at the Movies Ep. 14 – Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (w/ Latifah Alattas)
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