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Created by co-hosts Robert Brown and Ian Heisler, In the Margin is a reading-based podcast about Christian civic engagement and public witness. In each episode, Ian and Robert (and occasional guests) consider the contributions of various authors to an ongoing conversation about how the Church can love, serve, and speak grace and truth to its neighbors. With the help of these authors, they ask, “What does it mean for Christians to be here? What should it look like to be in the world yet not of the world? How are we to live, read, and converse in the margin?” Join us as we talk about being in the world in an otherworldly way.

Latest Episodes

A Farewell Message from Ian and Robert

We're retiring and archiving the podcast! Starting January 1, 2020, In the Margin episodes will only be available at Robert's website, robertbrownpresents.com. Our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/sandalswithwings, will remain active.

18 MIN2019 DEC 21
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A Farewell Message from Ian and Robert

On the Pursuit of Meaningfulness: Russian Literature on Happiness

On this episode:Morson, Gary Saul. “The Problem with Happiness” Athenaeum Review, no. 2, 2019, pp. 102–108. https://athenaeumreview.org/essay/the-problem-with-happiness/Tolstoy, Leo. “The Death of Ivan Ilych.” Translated by Louise and Aylmer Maude. http://www.lonestar.edu/departments/english/Tolstoy_Ivan.pdf

45 MIN2019 JUN 19
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On the Pursuit of Meaningfulness: Russian Literature on Happiness

On Parodies of History: Essays by Marilynne Robinson

Robinson, Marilynne. "Marguerite de Navarre [Parts I and II]," in The Death of Adam: Essays on Modern Thought. Picador, 1998, pp.174-226.

45 MIN2019 JUN 11
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On Parodies of History: Essays by Marilynne Robinson

On Natural Law and Beauty: James Clark on Public Persuasion

On this episode:Clark, James. “Natural Law and the Prospects of Persuasion.” Mere Orthodoxy, 15 Apr. 2019. https://mereorthodoxy.com/natural-law-prospects-persuasion/.

56 MIN2019 JUN 4
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On Natural Law and Beauty: James Clark on Public Persuasion

On Civil (Dis)Obedience, Part II: Paul and Peter

47 MIN2019 APR 23
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On Civil (Dis)Obedience, Part II: Paul and Peter

On Civil (Dis)Obedience, Part I: Thoreau

On this episode:Thoreau, Henry D. Walden and Civil Disobedience. Penguin Books, 1986.

54 MIN2019 APR 16
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On Civil (Dis)Obedience, Part I: Thoreau

Q&A, Vol. 5

On this episode:2:20—"To what extent do Christians bear or have responsibility for the unforeseen or unpredictable consequences of candidates, policies, or economic plans?"18:00—"What does Christian public policy look like? what actions should Christians strive to have the public take based on our principles? How do we get non-Christians on board with our principles?"30:00—"How can Christians from societies 'with a Christian mark' [Pierre Manent’s phrase] relate to increasingly large minority groups without a Christian heritage? What is the duty of the Christian citizen to the secular state? And what can Christians offer to post-Christian politics?"

45 MIN2019 APR 2
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Q&A, Vol. 5

Episode 40 - Q&A, Vol. 4

On this episode:2:24--"How can Christians participate faithfully in the local church when their life circumstances demand that they work excessive and physically exhausting hours? And how are Christians who are not in such a situation supposed to reach and serve such people (believers or not) who are?"14:10--"In a hostile playing field, where many people are not listening (nor want to listen) how should we winsomely approach conversations that have connections to political issues?" 24:59--"How do you discern what’s most important to stay informed about? What’s the place of the spiritual disciplines of contemplation/silence with respect to civic engagement?"

47 MIN2019 MAR 5
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Episode 40 - Q&A, Vol. 4

Episode 39 - On Fighting the Long Defeat Together: The Year of Our Lord 1943 by Alan Jacobs, Part II

On this episode:Jacobs, Alan. The Year of Our Lord 1943: Christian Humanism in an Age of Crisis. Oxford University Press, 2018.Meador, Jake. “What 2018 Can Learn from 1943.” The Gospel Coalition, 20 Nov. 2018. https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/reviews/year-lord-1943/.Wellmon, Chad. “The Year of Whose Lord?” Comment, 10 Jan. 2019. https://www.cardus.ca/comment/article/the-year-of-whose-lord/#.

60 MIN2019 FEB 19
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Episode 39 - On Fighting the Long Defeat Together: The Year of Our Lord 1943 by Alan Jacobs, Part II

Episode 38 - On Envisioning a Righteous Cause: The Year of Our Lord 1943 by Alan Jacobs, Part I

Jacobs, Alan. The Year of Our Lord 1943: Christian Humanism in an Age of Crisis., 2018. Print.

37 MIN2019 FEB 12
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Episode 38 - On Envisioning a Righteous Cause: The Year of Our Lord 1943 by Alan Jacobs, Part I

Latest Episodes

A Farewell Message from Ian and Robert

We're retiring and archiving the podcast! Starting January 1, 2020, In the Margin episodes will only be available at Robert's website, robertbrownpresents.com. Our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/sandalswithwings, will remain active.

18 MIN2019 DEC 21
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A Farewell Message from Ian and Robert

On the Pursuit of Meaningfulness: Russian Literature on Happiness

On this episode:Morson, Gary Saul. “The Problem with Happiness” Athenaeum Review, no. 2, 2019, pp. 102–108. https://athenaeumreview.org/essay/the-problem-with-happiness/Tolstoy, Leo. “The Death of Ivan Ilych.” Translated by Louise and Aylmer Maude. http://www.lonestar.edu/departments/english/Tolstoy_Ivan.pdf

45 MIN2019 JUN 19
Comments
On the Pursuit of Meaningfulness: Russian Literature on Happiness

On Parodies of History: Essays by Marilynne Robinson

Robinson, Marilynne. "Marguerite de Navarre [Parts I and II]," in The Death of Adam: Essays on Modern Thought. Picador, 1998, pp.174-226.

45 MIN2019 JUN 11
Comments
On Parodies of History: Essays by Marilynne Robinson

On Natural Law and Beauty: James Clark on Public Persuasion

On this episode:Clark, James. “Natural Law and the Prospects of Persuasion.” Mere Orthodoxy, 15 Apr. 2019. https://mereorthodoxy.com/natural-law-prospects-persuasion/.

56 MIN2019 JUN 4
Comments
On Natural Law and Beauty: James Clark on Public Persuasion

On Civil (Dis)Obedience, Part II: Paul and Peter

47 MIN2019 APR 23
Comments
On Civil (Dis)Obedience, Part II: Paul and Peter

On Civil (Dis)Obedience, Part I: Thoreau

On this episode:Thoreau, Henry D. Walden and Civil Disobedience. Penguin Books, 1986.

54 MIN2019 APR 16
Comments
On Civil (Dis)Obedience, Part I: Thoreau

Q&A, Vol. 5

On this episode:2:20—"To what extent do Christians bear or have responsibility for the unforeseen or unpredictable consequences of candidates, policies, or economic plans?"18:00—"What does Christian public policy look like? what actions should Christians strive to have the public take based on our principles? How do we get non-Christians on board with our principles?"30:00—"How can Christians from societies 'with a Christian mark' [Pierre Manent’s phrase] relate to increasingly large minority groups without a Christian heritage? What is the duty of the Christian citizen to the secular state? And what can Christians offer to post-Christian politics?"

45 MIN2019 APR 2
Comments
Q&A, Vol. 5

Episode 40 - Q&A, Vol. 4

On this episode:2:24--"How can Christians participate faithfully in the local church when their life circumstances demand that they work excessive and physically exhausting hours? And how are Christians who are not in such a situation supposed to reach and serve such people (believers or not) who are?"14:10--"In a hostile playing field, where many people are not listening (nor want to listen) how should we winsomely approach conversations that have connections to political issues?" 24:59--"How do you discern what’s most important to stay informed about? What’s the place of the spiritual disciplines of contemplation/silence with respect to civic engagement?"

47 MIN2019 MAR 5
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Episode 40 - Q&A, Vol. 4

Episode 39 - On Fighting the Long Defeat Together: The Year of Our Lord 1943 by Alan Jacobs, Part II

On this episode:Jacobs, Alan. The Year of Our Lord 1943: Christian Humanism in an Age of Crisis. Oxford University Press, 2018.Meador, Jake. “What 2018 Can Learn from 1943.” The Gospel Coalition, 20 Nov. 2018. https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/reviews/year-lord-1943/.Wellmon, Chad. “The Year of Whose Lord?” Comment, 10 Jan. 2019. https://www.cardus.ca/comment/article/the-year-of-whose-lord/#.

60 MIN2019 FEB 19
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Episode 39 - On Fighting the Long Defeat Together: The Year of Our Lord 1943 by Alan Jacobs, Part II

Episode 38 - On Envisioning a Righteous Cause: The Year of Our Lord 1943 by Alan Jacobs, Part I

Jacobs, Alan. The Year of Our Lord 1943: Christian Humanism in an Age of Crisis., 2018. Print.

37 MIN2019 FEB 12
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Episode 38 - On Envisioning a Righteous Cause: The Year of Our Lord 1943 by Alan Jacobs, Part I
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