One of the many advantages of Hillsdale College is the diversity of Christians who work, study, and teach at the place. That reality means that Hillsdale has more confessional Protestants on campus than your ordinary evangelical college.
And those circumstances make possible a relatively new podcast that features Anglicans, Lutherans, and Presbyterians talking about being confessional Protestant in America. The main interlocutors are Miles Smith (Anglican Church in North America), Korey Maas (Lutheran Church Missouri Synod), and mmmeeeEEEEE (OPC). The idea for the podcast is to talk about differences among these communions that trace back through the history of the Reformation and its reception. But also the idea is to provide a forum for talking about church life and Christian witness that sounds different from either evangelical or mainline Protestantism.
The first episode introduced the participants and the podcast.
The second featured a discussion of seminaries and where confessional Protestant pastors receive their training.
The most recent, posted yesterday, asked the difficult question about what’s wrong with Lutherans?
If for some reason, you don’t have enough to listen to, you may want to check out the Paleo Protestant Pudcast.