After our long summer break, we are back and back with a vengeance. In this episode we discuss the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination, internet mobs, justice, hypocrisy, and truth. And that’s just in the first ten minutes. We also discuss the books that changed what you realized a book could be. Spoiler Alert: Amanda chose a C.S. Lewis book.
Join the crew as we talk movies (Black Panther and Jim Caviezel as Jesus/Luke), the value and importance of work, and the striking symbolism of Mark’s account of Jesus’ Passion. It’s a fun and far-reaching episode!
In this episode we are sitting around the dining room table watching the olympics and chatting after dinner. All told, there are 18 of us so you’ll hear a lot of kids coming and going. And you’ll hear all of our spouses chiming in. We have a lively conversation around the late (great) Ursula Le Guin.
In this far-reaching episode we laugh about Monty Python, read some listener emails, argue a bit about Christian Environmentalism, and think about divorce within the church. David learns about Godwin’s Law and tries to formulate his own law. We talk about Moviepass and skiing and how the cost of time influences our experience. And then come the book recommendations.
It’s 2018 and we get together to talk about Bitcoin, H.P. Lovecraft, and racism in the church. It’s an interesting conversation that takes some surprising turns. We hope you enjoy.
Join the gang as we argue about Christmas songs, talk about the liturgical calendar, and discuss (some explosive) Christmas memories. Look for references from Little House on the Prairie, A Christmas Carol, and the Muppets. And the count the number of times John groans about David’s corny Christmas songs.
In which we chat about traveling to Kuna, Challis, and various other far-flung destinations. We talk about sexual assault in our culture and the #metoo hashtag. We also listen to a preview of John’s sermon on Revelation 21 and offer our critique. Listen for John attempting to create fake controversy!
This week we hear about David’s adventures in remodeling, we ponder God’s role for women (egalitarian? complementarian? both? neither?) and talk about arguing, trust, and eating food at people’s (messy) houses. And listen as John gets skeeved out.
This week we have a real(ish) donnybrook as David and John are in violent opposition to the Nashville Statement. We also discuss happiness (is it the ultimate ideal) and whether Amanda is a feminist. And as a bonus, we find out who among us would go back to being 16 again.
Here at the Donnybrook Podcast, we have the best opinions and we are back in force. Today we talk about Christian non-violence, how to deal with your children’s lying and the benefits of personal generosity. We also get into the specifics of speeding tickets, tooth fairies, and the importance of proper spelling when searching Amazon for your books.