Ep 98: Medieval Christianity and the Road to Religious Freedom

Ep 98: Medieval Christianity and the Road to Religious Freedom

This episode was originally recorded for Cody Cook’s podcast Cantus-Firmus. In our conversation, we discuss medieval Christianity, the Enlightenment, and the long road to religious freedom in the west. I am a social studies teacher and my class covers the global middle ages, and it was a lot of fun to take a dive into historical issues that I teach in the classroom and draw comparisons to their theological, social, and political relevance. This was a really fun conversation that addresses a different but related set of topics that I cover on the show, and I know you are going to enjoy it!

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