Three Must-Listen Podcasts

I love me some podcasts. I know some people say they’re so 2004 (or at least 2006), but c’mon – do I really have time to watch a ton of videocasts? Nosiree. So I’ll still listen to my MP3 wonders. Some of my faves are here, but this week several have surfaced that deserve special note:

Andrew Jones is on the Something Beautiful Podcast! I haven’t heard Andrew’s voice in nearly six years, when I was with him as a wee lad exploring the hinterlands of England. He shares his riveting testimony here, how Jesus wrecked him and why ‘church’ isn’t attractional or rocket science, but beautifully subversive and a party. Encouraging listening.

https://i0.wp.com/www.sanfordci.com/DavidSanford.jpg/DavidSanford-medium.jpgDave & Dave on Steve Brown on atheism, losing and finding faith.I’ve blogged about both Daves Schmezler and Sanford, and their awesome books Not the Religious Type and If God Disappears, respectively. They come together here on my favorite Calvinist’s radio show/podcast, Steve Brown Etc., sharing their stories of atheism, exploration, faith, dark nights of the soul, developmental stages…good stuff. https://i1.wp.com/www.tyndale.com/images/3_authors/author_pics/pic_lg_schmelzer_david.jpg

https://i1.wp.com/copiousnotes.typepad.com/weblog/images/2007/08/15/bill_mallonee_at_the_maze_uk_2006.jpgAnd finally on Homebrewed Christianity: my main man Tripp Fuller interviews one of the best singer-songwriters ever, Bill Mallonee (of Vigilantes of Love fame) about music, lyrical honesty, art, and eucharistic spirituality. His transition from 20 years of house church fellowship to Catholicism is particularly fascinating to me, though they talk about far more than that. (Tripp, how ’bout getting Joseph Arthur on the show next??)

4 Responses to “Three Must-Listen Podcasts”


  1. 1 tripp fuller February 4, 2009 at 3:28 am

    Thanks for the link love. So what does Homebrewed Christianity have to do to sponsor a ROM workout? You will not have your sound removed if you have us playing in the back ground.

  2. 2 zoecarnate February 4, 2009 at 3:32 am

    Tripp, create a 4-minute (or 4:10) original song about the ROM and/or me & I will most definitely play it at full volume! And of course, mention Homebrewed Christianity in it. That’d rawk.

    Get Bill Mallonee to lay down a track too & it’ll be double-points!

  3. 3 Jonathan Blundell February 8, 2009 at 6:37 am

    Thanks for the linkage! Had a great time chatting with Andrew Jones and glad you enjoyed hearing his story as well.

    Looking forward to the next ROM update.

    Keep it up!


  1. 1 Andrew Jones Trackback on March 7, 2009 at 8:57 pm

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