A neat feature that the folk at Canon Wired have been doing for a while now is “Ask Doug.” This is where people can email Doug Wilson and ask him questions on any subject related to theology or culture and he responds on video. Each response is short and to the point and very useful. I’ve profited from these greatly. The subjects are wide and various including pastoral issues, literature, philosophy, education, economics and systematic theology. Below are some of my favourites thus far.
In this one Doug is asked the question about whether people of different theological backgrounds should get married. I find his answer to be very careful and balanced, and I completely agree with him:
Wilson has written on education and is a leader in the Classical Christian Education movement. This question on the role of Western classics and his answer is quite good:
This one addresses the Twilight series. I know, you’re probably thinking “here’s another fundie writing against Harry Potter!” But this isn’t the case. Here he speaks of the psychological problem that girls have with going for guys that ultimately want to destroy them:
Finally, this one is great. He is asked what books he would have on a desert island, and of course the great P.G. Wodehouse is on the list: