Podcast The Lord’s Prayer: “Our Father….

Part two in the podcast series in which Dr. Fleming, with Rex Scott and Jim Easton, grapple with the literal meaning of every word in the prayer we are given as the model by Jesus Christ.

Part one is here.

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Thomas Fleming

Thomas Fleming is president of the Fleming Foundation. He is the author of six books, including The Morality of Everyday Life and The Politics of Human Nature, as well as many articles and columns for newspapers, magazines,and learned journals. He holds a Ph.D. in Classics from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and a B.A. in Greek from the College of Charleston. He served as editor of Chronicles: a Magazine of American Culture from 1984 to 2015 and president of The Rockford Institute from 1997-2014. In a previous life he taught classics at several colleges and served as a school headmaster in South Carolina

4 Responses

  1. Jacob Johnson says:

    Thank you all for this detailed discussion. I wouldn’t expect that from any other podcast I am aware of and I should think that the precise meaning of something so ubiquitous is rather important.

  2. Robert Reavis says:

    Nice program and the three voices are such I only wish it could be a bit longer. Rex adds so much with his honest questions and Tom’s linguistic insights along with The Rev Deacon’s traditional references made for a delightful show. I want to thank each of you for this worthwhile approach of one or two words at a time.

  3. Jacob Johnson says:

    On the subject of the saying of sacred names, I remember years ago the older people tending to say “the lord” or “the savior”, but I wonder to what extent popular music had to do with the diminishing of that. “Jesus loves me this I know, for the Bible tells me so” etc. Many of the gospel and string band songs too.

  4. Dot says:

    Life can be harsh and some times belief can be harsher. I envy those who had that strong faith and try to keep it simple.