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Podcast features various authors, writers, artists, activists and others of various faith traditions who see faith as valid and hope reasonable as they seek to promote social justice, compassion and extend grace.

Podcast features various authors, writers, artists, activists and others of various faith traditions who see faith as valid and hope reasonable as they seek to promote social justice, compassion and extend grace.
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United States

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Podcast features various authors, writers, artists, activists and others of various faith traditions who see faith as valid and hope reasonable as they seek to promote social justice, compassion and extend grace.

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English

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864-353-3980


Episodes

Pat Terry is Still Writing Songs that Matter (new version)

9/7/2018
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Singer/Songwriter Pat Terry talks about his life in music, his faith and what’s next. The audio around 40 minutes in is corrected in this version. Thanks for the heads up from several listeners.

Duration:01:34:11

Pat Terry is Still Writing Songs that Matter

9/5/2018
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Singer/Songwriter Pat Terry talks about his life in music, his faith and what’s next.

Duration:01:34:11

Jamie Wright is the very worst missionary, but she still knows far more about missions than you do, and doesn’t care if you like her or not.

5/11/2018
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Jamie Wright is a writer who knows spending $53 billion annually to spreak white people religion is ridculous. That’s why she closely monitors the crap meter that evaluates such “mission trips” and “callings” and loudly and colorfully reports the truth to anyone who will listen. Her new book “The Very Worst Missionary: A Memoir or Whatever” is the most honest book on being a missionary I have read. It’s based on her five years as an on-the-ground, full-time “foreign” missionary, and is a...

Duration:01:20:26

Diana Butler Bass is grateful, and her new book explains why - Encore Presentation

1/22/2018
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Diana Butler Bass is the author of 10 books, includint “Grateful,” due out April 3. She is a highly sought-after speaker, and one of Ameria’s top scholars on religion and culture. She is also articulate and engaging concerning her own spiritual and political journey, and a very good guest. It’s worth your time to find out more about her and her books, and the best plact to do that is here: http://dianabutlerbass.com We talked a llittle about her upcoming book “Grateful” during the podcact...

Duration:01:12:53

Jay Bakker Knows Evangelicalism is Nonsense, but Still Finds Hope in Faith (Encore)

12/29/2017
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Jay Bakker has had a front row seat to the excesses of evagelicalism for four decades, and has taken an exit to a new kind of faith. His books and weekly sermons are imporant and deserve a broader audience. Jay is also a great guy with a big heart and tender sould. He also celebrated his first Christmas with his six-month-old daughter Amelia Faye Bakker last week.

Duration:00:42:15

Dan Allender believes understanding your story is at the core of understanding faith.

1/2/2017
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Dr. Dan Allender is one of the keenest voices of the past 25 years on finding healing from sexual abuse. He also believes that to engage the life of God, you have to be engaged with the people around you, your own life, and the live of Jesus (and the scriptures) to find the meaning in the story of our lives.

Duration:00:57:46

Shane Claiborne continues to choose Jesus because he’s good. lovely and the embodiment of God.

11/6/2016
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Shane Claiborne is a Red Letter Christian and a founding partner of The Simple Way community, a radical faith community that lives among and serves the homeless in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia. He is the co-author of Jesus for President. His new book, is Executing Grace: Why It is Time to Put the Death Penalty [...]

Duration:01:11:55

Thinking God: Tony Campolo is not a modern evangelical (or heretic)

10/24/2016
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Tony Campolo, who has spent years reminding people the Kingdom of God is a Party and that Jesus invited us to join Him in his work, says he’s not evangelical by modern standards, even though he is totally down with the Apostle’s Creed. He also is the only living American to face a trial for heresy.

Duration:00:53:00