Episode 20: Julie Bindel
This episode was recorded during a live @ Sea Event hosted in Concord, CA earlier this year. It was part of a series of events, planned in partnership with The Center For Bioethics and Culture. You’ll hear CBC founder Jennifer Lahl describe the work and focus of the CBC during the presentation. Check it out.
Episode 19: Adam Caress
I’m going go out on a limb and suggest that almost every music listener, even more casual fans, has been privy a conversation revolving around the idea of “selling out.” A conversation focused on what is happening or might happen to a band who is suddenly faced with the seemingly intractable dilemma…
Episode 18: Hanif Abdurraquib
My guest on this episode is poet and cultural critic Hanif Abdurraqib. In our brief conversation, I think you’ll find a vision of art, pop culture, industry and creativity in which there aren’t hard lines between diagnosis or analysis and a long, loving gaze and what human hands have made.
Episode 17: Dr. Todd Allen
Dr. Todd Allen has created multiple ways to educate folks about the Civil Rights movement, its geography, heroes and ways it continues.
Episode 16: Daniel White Hodge
Hip hop, rap and theology. Dr. Hodge digs into one of the most vital art forms in modern life.
Episode 15: Michael Wear Returns!
As someone who has lived and worked in Washington DC with the women and men who often end up characterized as either heroes or demons, Micheal sees the human interplay and the redemptive arc of American politics.
Episode 14: Mark Labberton
My guest on this episode is Mark Labberton. Mark is the author of three deeply insightful books and is most likely better known as the President of Fuller Theological Seminary.
Episode #13: Ryan O’Neil of Sleeping At Last
A few nights ago, I took my newborn daughter, who was crying, into the small office space where I do most of my work, including...
Episode #12: Propaganda
My guest on this episode of the podcast is hip hop artist Propaganda. I have a somewhat poignant recollection of my fist real experience with hip-hop.
Episode #11: Audrey Assad
The line between what is sacred and what some may call "secular” or "profane" is a famously difficult line to navigate.