Ep. 14 - God is in Control

Mark and Logan are a little lost in this episode and Barnes and Nobel knows why. We ask how changes in our psychology change our relationship to, or concept of, God. We also ask if it’s possible to have a conversation with Uncle Bob across seemingly unbridgable social and political difference. Is Uncle Bob a monster? Can we love him and keep our pearls to ourselves?

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Ep. 13 - Abracadabra 1-2-3!

Mark and Logan stare into the deepest most hellish depths of local news awefulness and survive to talk about it. We break down an incident of shallow infotainment journalism. We dish about our favorite breakfast. Then Logan rants about the wrong way to approach volunteering and his critical reaction to the claim Jesus was homeless. All of this finished with a light course of embodied theology.

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Ep. 12 - Art and Solidarity... and Waffle House

Mark and Logan wonder if Trumpian frustration has elicited great art. Does art require struggle? Can art reveal anything in the face of society-wide apocalyptic revelation? If the answer is no, what can art say about our American moment?

Camus and the Desert Fathers make an appearance. The deep communion of the contemplative life is discussed but hopefully in a way that doesn't sound like esoteric bullshit.

We can't pronounce Paraic O'Donnell's name but you should check out his story on Twitter.

We would have recorded this one at a Waffle House if we could of.

Camus and the Desert Fathers is the name of our new band.