Podcast: Studying History with Your Brain Turned On

Why are there four gospels? How do you study history? How do you even read history, especially the history of the Bible? What should teens and young adults keep in mind as they study history in school and at a university? And just what is the name of the last king of Judah, anyway? (We know it starts with a “Z”…)

Join us on the podcast as we talk with Area Pastor and admitted history nerd Mark Sandor about keeping your brain turned on when reading or studying history, biblical or otherwise.

We recorded this podcast right before Mr. Sandor was due to leave and grab a plane home after a very profitable trip to Charlotte. It was our second take, since GarageBand died on us during our first take. In between attempt #1 and this attempt, we recorded an additional podcast with Mr. Sandor talking about the relationship we, as Christians, have with our nation’s governing documents, and how there are many out there looking to recruit young Americans (surely in other countries, too) to their various causes. Look for that podcast in a week or so.

(And thanks for your patience as we continue learning how to manage the audio! We’re getting better! But maybe also getting worse.)

Thanks, Mr. Sandor, for stopping by! (Artoo wisely remained silent…)