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Fear Itself w/ Brandon Grafius

Fear Itself w/ Brandon Grafius

August 20, 2021

Horror and the Bible. What is there to be afraid of? Everything? Nothing? We talk horror, scripture, Scream, movies, and everything in between.

Announcement: Several of our host are new parents, and so we'll be taking a short break until November.

For more from Brandon:

https://etseminary.academia.edu/BrandonGrafius

On Twitter: @BrGrafius

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Christianity and Catastrophe in South Sudan w/ Jesse Zink

Christianity and Catastrophe in South Sudan w/ Jesse Zink

July 30, 2021

Jon and Sara have vanished into the moving void, and nobody is quite sure what Garrett is up to. So Brian has come to the rescue! Today, he's talking to Jesse Zink about Christianity in South Sudan, religious culture, and making connections.

 

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https://jessezink.com/

https://riskingchurch.substack.com/p/beating-the-bounds

On Twitter: @jazink

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Look at the Parking Lot, Brian! w/ Dr. Laura Hartman

Look at the Parking Lot, Brian! w/ Dr. Laura Hartman

July 23, 2021

Is a church parking lot the perfect metaphor for the dystopian suburban landscape of modern life? Did we even discuss this question in today's episode? What do parking lots have to do with religion and ethics? Does Jon dream of riding in a totally autonomous flying car someday? Is the vocative comma truly a worthwhile punctuation mark? You might find out the answer to some or all of these questions in today's episode.

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On Twitter: @_LauraHartman

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Our Dim Mirrors w/ Rev. Dr. Mary Shore

Our Dim Mirrors w/ Rev. Dr. Mary Shore

July 16, 2021

Rev. Dr. Mary Shore joins us to talk all things literature, theology, and where she would rate herself on our newly invented champagne scale of effervescence (patent pending, seriously do you think we could sell this as a personality evaluation tool?)

 

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https://www.lr.edu/ltss

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Metaphorically Speaking w/ Dr. Ryan Bonfiglio

Metaphorically Speaking w/ Dr. Ryan Bonfiglio

July 2, 2021

What do metaphors have to do with religion? Everything! Dr. Ryan Bonfiglio, director of the Candler Foundry tells us why on today's episode.

For more from Ryan:

https://candlerfoundry.emory.edu/

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The Space Between w/ Dr. Sarah Ritchie

The Space Between w/ Dr. Sarah Ritchie

June 25, 2021

Spandrels, psychedelics, hidden Gods, four chord songs, Charles Wesley's tasteful use of bar tunes, science of the mind and contemplation. Today we talked to Dr. Sarah Ritchie about belief formation and a thousand other things.

Like us on Twitter, and keep an eye out for our upcoming poll that will determine the name of Jon and Sara's baby. Are we joking? Who knows? But would you joke about something as serious as naming your first born child?

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@slaneritchie

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Brave Church w/ Rev. Elizabeth Hagan

Brave Church w/ Rev. Elizabeth Hagan

June 18, 2021

Alright, alright, alright! This week we talked with Rev. Elizabeth Hagan about her new book, growing up Southern Baptist, and creating spaces for real conversation in church settings.

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https://elizabethhagan.com/

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American JewBu w/  Dr. Emily Sigalow

American JewBu w/ Dr. Emily Sigalow

June 12, 2021

Today on Logos(ish), we talked to sociologist Emily Sigalow about 20th century encounters between Judaism and Buddhism in the United States.

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http://emilysigalow.com/

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The Way of Harmony w/ Rev. Roger Hudson

The Way of Harmony w/ Rev. Roger Hudson

May 28, 2021

Aikido, Kendo, and more. What do these martial arts have to do with making the world a peaceful place? How can Christian churches begin to practice being peacemakers? We talked to Rev. Roger Hudson about his journey to find out.

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http://jerusalemcrossgarden.blogspot.com/

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Instructions for Living a Life the Crossover!

Instructions for Living a Life the Crossover!

May 21, 2021

This week we talked to Adam Baker and Chrisie Reeves-Pendergrass of the podcast Instructions for Living a Life about faith, mental health, and rock and roll. Our opening and ending music was Hope Like the Ocean from Adam's band Bares His Teeth. Discover why Brian's comic book alter ego is cleary Alfred from Batman, brave the new wilds of reminiscing about 90's Christian music, and examine the nuances of emotional expression right here on Logos(ish)!

 

For more from Chrisie and Adam, check out the links below:

https://instructionsforlivingalife.com/#home

https://tinyurl.com/simplementalhealth
https://bareshisteeth.bandcamp.com/
https://www.friendclubrecords.com/

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