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A.J. Hanenburg, Graeme Donaldson, and Thomas Magbee
Classical Stuff You Should Know
A.J., Graeme, and Thomas discuss everything having to do with the classical world. Our aim is to help both educators and laypeople enjoy the classical world as much as they enjoy fine ales and good tales.
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4.8 stars from 299 ratings
Love this podcast! I just started learning about Classical Education through The Well Trained Mind and homeschooling. As a high school English teacher, I know a lot of the stories and content, but you are all masterful storytellers and make it so fun for me to review or learn anew. Thank you for...Read full review »
KMWSchmalz via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/29/20
A great primer for Classical Christian Education and curriculum content. Great guys. Veritas is blessed to have you!
HighTory via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/02/20
See Satan Fall
Would’ve been a great conversation but completely derailed over quibbling about animals vs humans. Completely missed the point of the book and heart of Girard’s ideas.
BradaMcDonald via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/06/20
Recent Episodes
In this episode we discuss C.S. Lewis's Perelandra and learn how to punch evil in the mouth.
Published 01/12/21
Bubble Bubble, Toil and Trouble, Graeme discusses witches' stubble. Tells to Burg and 'splains to Bees, That's all that we do this week. Okay, so we talk about Macbeth and how all of the weird stuff that happens with Nature in this book is an inroads into the real themes of the play.
Published 01/05/21
Magbee worries that A.J. is a little too fascinated with evil, so A.J. leaned into it and investigated how we currently think of evil. We follow the train of thought from Augustine to Aquinas. Turns out everything is pretty great.
Published 12/29/20
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