Episode 223: The Karate Kid, John Calvin, and the King of France
Hey! So we are continuing our little history-type series with talk of Geneva and France, Real important stuff, really good stories. We name drop in this episode more than ever before! There is music! Around 1hr in you might find more tangents and laughing than ever before! We don't get into the intricacies of the French Wars of Religion, the theology of Calvin or any particular thing, rather, we provide a broad overview of the time and apply it to what we know and do today.
As always, this is a free spirited conversation between two professors and is a curious combination of historical and philosophical insight and personal stories and, usually, apropos anecdotes.
The show topics vary, so we ask you to flip through like you do a magazine and see what episodes interest you.
Also, how did Dan survive a coaching coup with his 7 and 8 year old flag football Wildcats?
Who did Jeff meet who refused to play cards as the gentleman suggested that it was sinful to test God's providence?
More stories about Billy Barty and Gordon Jump! (But no reference is made to the terribly disturbing scene Gordon Jump played as the bicycle repair man on Diff'rent Strokes)