NSA’s Top 10 Posts from 2016
It’s always fun to look back and see what found the most appeal to our audience and what was most popular the year before. Several of the posts on this list were surprising, others not so much.
We hope you enjoy looking back at the most popular posts from 2016 as much as we did.
Let the countdown begin!
In 2016 New Saint Andrews College launched its Music Conservatory. The aim is to serve the local community and college in voice and instrument lessons in the classical tradition.
In 2016 NSA Fellow Dr. Mitch Stokes released his newest book, How to Be an (A)theist. In this video post he discusses one of the ideas from his book.
In this episode of the NSA podcast you can join us for the 4th plenary talk of Wordsmithy 2016 featuring author Walter Kirn.
NSA was profiled in an article by University Business about faith-friendly colleges who reject Federal funding. It was reprinted with permission on the NSA blog.
In this post we offer a little satire around the Fall’s annual Pumpkin Spice craze.
“You couldn’t be a good doctor and a well-rounded doctor — relate to patients and communicate with them — unless you really had a good grounding in the liberal arts.”
In this episode of the NSA Podcast Dr. Peter Leithart and Pastor Douglas Wilson discuss the question, “Does the gospel require us to pursue and promote unity among Protestants, Catholics, Orthodox, and others?” for the NSA graduate forum.
This is a podcast series where Pastor Wilson lectures on each of the 33 chapters of the Westminster Confession of Faith. This has been our most successful podcast series of the year.
2. Propaganda at NSA (Video Post)
No, not that kind of propaganda. We’re talking about Jason Petty, the Los Angeles hip hop artist known as Propaganda.
In the wake of the 2016 election results – and the collegiate response around the nation – we offer a little satire for our buttercup peers: Origami as therapy.
Thank you for following the NSA blog, podcast and video feeds. We felt blessed every moment of 2016 and look to make 2017 just as edifying.