The fifth episode of this volume focuses on dictionaries, encyclopedias, atlases, and bibliographies. What are they, and what are their uses for research? Join us next time for a discussion of the Social Sciences and Historiography.
What are primary sources and secondary sources? How do they fit into academic work, especially the work of the historian? And how do they fit with the Three Canons we discussed last time? We discuss these questions and more in the fourth episode of our second volume of An Oral History of the Church.
Don't miss our new companion podcast, Saints Gone Before, available now! It's all primary sources all the time. *cue sunglasses*
Episode 5 of this volume features a conversation about Tertiary Sources. See you then!
Jonathan breaks down the three canons, or tools, of the historian. We also get into materialism and anti-materialism, and more!
P.S., we have a new companion podcast releasing on Monday, December 5th: "Saints Gone Before"! However you get our current podcast, you can also get our new one. It is an audio book style podcast in 10-20 minute episodes where Adam or Jonathan reads a Christian text (sermon or hymn or treatise, etc). Make sure you check in on our facebook page for the announcement so you know you can pick up the first one!