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Best Glenn Boothe podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Glenn Boothe podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Pugcast is produced by The Logos Center and features Dr. Thomas Price, Dr. Glenn Sunshine, and Pr. C. R. Wiley. The Pugcast is recorded at The Corner Pug--a well-known watering hole in tony West Hartford, Connecticut. (Hence the name, "pugcast"--also the reason there is so much background noise.) The show could be described as "3 over-educated Reformed guys riffing on philosophy, theology, and stuff that bugs them." Each episode they invite you to take a seat in their booth and listen in ...
 
From the mouth of Jazz Shaw: Our goal is to do something different than the same old parade of people answering the same questions about whatever happened that week. We’ve been working on some deep dive material to learn a bit more about the people behind the stories. We’ll have some interesting figures from the Hill and from the media as well.About Jazz Shaw: Jazz is the weekend editor of HotAir.com and a writer at PJMedia.com. He’s a Northeastern former RINO and can be followed @jazzshaw.A ...
 
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The content you create and the opportunities it makes. In this episode, The Influx Podcast and host Glenn Boothe feature KazSource and SportsEpreneur Founder, Eric Kasimov, to discuss his content creation journey. Eric shares stories about why he creates content, how he creates content, and ways to refine and adapt when it comes to content. Of cour…
 
In today's show the Pugsters are in lock-down, like the rest of the world. But because of the wonders of modern technology that's not held them back from recording a show! They've dialed in remotely from various undisclosed locations in North America to discuss the history of Christian witness during times of plague. Glenn leads the discussion, mak…
 
There is always opportunity when things are uncertain. In this episode, Eric Kasimov chats with Mitch Long, an insurance advisor with KazSource Insurance Group. We discuss the crisis, COVID-19, that is happening right now and how the uncertainty around it may lead to new opportunities. People are afraid and more available than ever and may just nee…
 
Today Chris introduces the subject of "Adiaphora"--a term which means "things indifferent". He notes that it is a fine term, so long as you use it correctly. He addresses its use by the Cynics, and then Glenn discusses briefly how it was used by some of the Reformers in a very narrow sense. The trouble with it according to the gang is it has become…
 
Feeling the need for some magic in your life now that you're stuck at home because of COVID-19? Well, we've got the show for you! Today Glenn (aka "The Magic Man") provides a little history lesson on magic. One of the things that you'll learn is that magic as it was practiced in the antiquity--and the Renaissance (yes, the Renaissance)--wasn't as i…
 
You've probably heard of "Intersectionality". How could you miss it? It is the new magical formula for social justice that promises to make the world a better place. The Pugcast crew are doubtful. In fact, they're more than doubtful, they don't like it at all. Today on the show they discuss its premise and the deleterious consequences for those ins…
 
The Pug-crew continue their conversation with Ken Boa. In today's show the discussion surrounds the theme of Ken's book, Life in the Presence of God. Talking to Ken is like trying to take a sip from a fire hydrant--you may need to listen to the interview a couple of times to get the gist of what Ken is getting at--but it will be worth the effort. W…
 
The Pugsters are pleased to be joined by Ken Boa for today's show. Ken is the author of many books, and his most recent book is published by IVP. He's also a long-time friend of Glenn. Ken was in town for Glenn's ordination service at First Church of Christ Wethersfield, (a historic congregational church that was once attended by Jonathan Edwards).…
 
In today's show Glenn takes the Pugcast gang into the folklore and reported sightings of vampires in New England! As Glenn shows, you don't need to visit Transylvania for vampire legends--we have plenty of material to work with in the good ol' USA. Tom and Chris reflect on the vampire stories from both theological and pastoral perspectives. Glenn i…
 
“The story untold could be the one that kills you.” -Pat Conroy. In this episode, we chat with Seaton Brown, Director of MBA Admissions at the College of Charleston (CofC). We discuss higher education, emotional content, and Charleston, South Carolina. As an alumnus of the College of Charleston, this episode is near and dear to Eric’s heart. Seaton…
 
In today's show Chris introduces Glenn and Tom to the work of sociologist and paleo-conservative Robert Nisbet. Nisbet was a sociologist and professor at Columbia, and his work reflects a time when sociologists were liberally educated and could draw on the thinking of the likes of Alexis de Tocqueville and Edmund Burke as well as classical philosop…
 
In today's show the guys join in the lament for the passing of conservative philosopher Sir Roger Scruton. Tom selects a few passages on the nature of beauty from the voluminous body of work that Scruton left with us and the guys spend time reflecting not only on them, but also upon the sorry state of the world we find ourselves in. It's clear that…
 
Glenn is still on the road, so Tom and Chris invited their friend Tom Plotkin to talk with them about cinema, or film, or the movies--or whatever you want to call the art form. Tom is a former screen-writer and he worked on Buffy the Vampire Slayer as well as other Hollywood productions. Today Tom is a lawyer and a novelist living and working in Ha…
 
Today's show comes to you from deep in the Pugcast bunker. This episode is about the illiberal hostility of liberals directed towards conservatives in higher education. Glenn is away with family for Christmas, so Tom and Chris invited Racer X to join them. (He's named Racer X because of Chris's nostalgia for Speed Racer--a cartoon he watched as a k…
 
Transitioning from the sports world to business can be tough for many athletes. Luckily, we are here to help! This SportsEpreneur style episode features the stories of former athletes that have made the transition from sports to business. This special sports and business episode features 3 guests: Sean Farrell of QDS and former professional basebal…
 
Today Glenn rises to defend a holiday that some pagans and certain Christians love to hate: Christmas. Who could hate Christmas? It is puzzling. There are the folks who claim that there is no justification for December 25th--or January 6th for that matter--so it must have been some sort of appropriation of a pagan holiday. Then there are the folks …
 
In today's show Tom, Glenn, and Chris are joined by Aaron Renn, former (but perhaps not), publisher of the newsletter for men with over 5,000 subscribers, The Masculinist. The guys met in New Haven, Connecticut, right down the street from Yale, at Modern Apizza--one of the top rated pizzarias in America. The conversation was free-flowing and somewh…
 
Making a positive impact on the Celiac community. Michael Frolichstein, leader of The Celiac Project, joins Eric Kasimov in this chat to discuss the Celiac Project, creating a community, and why podcasting matters. The Celiac Project includes a documentary film and The Celiac Project Podcast. We came to learn about Michael and the amazing things he…
 
Today Chris introduces Tom and Glenn to the Shakers--America's favorite utopian sect. If you know anything about them you probably associate them with furniture, oval nesting boxes, and the song Simple Gifts. At their height during the Second Great Awakening there were 6,000 of them living in nearly 20 communities scattered from Maine to Kentucky. …
 
Building an incredible product is number one. PJ Taei, Founder of Uscreen, joins Eric Kasimov in this chat to discuss video monetization, building a SaaS business, and communication. Uscreen gives the ability to build your own Netflix, but it’s not limited to entertainment. Uscreen is home to over 5000 video creators who use the platform to distrib…
 
In today's show Glenn proposes a controversial thesis: Machiavelli's The Prince wasn't promoting amoral political opportunism--in it Machiavelli was actually.... Well, it wouldn't be right to include a spoiler in the show notes, would it? Why not listen and find out what Glenn thinks for yourself? Once again, there is a noisy pub to deal with, but …
 
In today's show Tom begins an exploration of the ideology of environmentalism and the ways that the monism underlying it is infiltrating churches and theologies that wish to be seen as "relevant". Glenn and Chris push the discussion into the works of Tolkien as a faithful alternative for those who wish to cherish the created order as a gift in cont…
 
Never Stop. Never Quit. Repeat. Allen Simmons, Author, Speaker, and Marine Corps Veteran, joins John Priore in this chat to discuss purpose, mental health, and the military lifestyle. We are super excited to have Allen join John Priore in our office for this special veterans day chat. Allen inspires. With his stories and experiences from his days i…
 
In today's show Chris and the guys put "niceness" into the Aristotle Virtue Analyzer to see if it makes the grade. They determined that it depends on the political economy you find yourself in. If it is a consumerist global fantasy-land--well, it's a virtue. But is that a place that human beings really want to live--it means no history, no transcen…
 
In today's show Glenn explains how some evangelicals have managed to climb onto the critical theory bandwagon. He begins with a quick overview of the modernist-fundamentalist controversy of the late 19th and early 20th century, he then shows how this created a void that critical theory has recently filled. Tom and Chris along with Glenn point out t…
 
Building great businesses for a greater purpose. Tony Tennaro, Managing Chair for C12 Greater Charlotte, joins Eric Kasimov in this chat to discuss making a difference, family, and Frank Reich. Tony is the kind of person you want to be around. And that’s not just us talking. Ask any of the members of his C12 group. Or just watch him walk into the o…
 
On November 5th, Mecklenburg voters will head to the polls to vote for or against the Quarter-Cent sales tax for the arts. Katie Szabo sat down with Jeep Bryant and Darrel Williams to fill in the gaps for voters. Mecklenburg native, Jeep Bryant, has experience leading marketing and sponsorship initiatives for the Broadway League in New York, leadin…
 
In today's show the Pugsters interview Dr. Benjamin Merkle, President of New Saint Andrews College. The show was recorded before an enthusiastic audience and at a different venue than the venerable Corner Pug. In this show the Pugcast invades the renowned Willimantic Brewing Company--one of the best brewpubs in Connecticut. Dr. Merkle provides grea…
 
The master of the how. Charles Leichtweis, founder of Experts in How, joins Eric Kasimov in this chat to discuss the How. As Charles says, The Why and the What are critical for success, the How validates and aligns those two elements to create sustainable, profitable growth. With Charles’ vast experience in the C-suite world, there’s so much you, t…
 
Jokes about the uselessness of a liberal arts education are cliche--they also evidence the absence of a liberal arts education. The whole point of a liberal arts education is the study of things that are good in themselves, not good as a means to enjoying something else. Arts of that sort are servile--they serve a higher good. Today Chris introduce…
 
Should you start creating content as a business professional? The short answer is yes. John Priore, content marketer, at KazCM joins Eric Kasimov in this chat to discuss this all-important topic. Listen to this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives to hear the thoughts of Eric Kasimov and John Priore on content creation. And while listening, ask you…
 
Today we welcome to the show a friend of Glenn Sunshine: Francis Jabba, Disciple Making Coordinator for New Harvest Global Ministries in 16 African countries. Reports of the spectacular growth of Christianity in Africa are well known. What is less known is how it is happening. Glenn has visited Africa and has reported on the growth of the church in…
 
A professional goalkeeper gives his perspectives on storytelling. Jeff Attinella, goalkeeper for the Portland Timbers, shares stories about the mindset of a soccer goalkeeper, playing for the Portland Timbers, and an athlete creating content. All the while he is sharing lessons to apply to his business career–and yours. —– A little bit about our gu…
 
In today's episode Tom asks the rhetorical question, "Who sets the agenda for the Christian faith?" Winsome market-oriented church growth types demonstrate through their methods that they believe people should do that. But maybe people don't actually know what is in their best interests. Tom traces out how autonomy and "authenticity" have come to s…
 
Glenn introduces consumer-choice as a kind of worldview in today's show. Consumer choice is a fine thing when it comes to fast-food and designer clothing, but where does it end? Should we get to choose everything? Is consumer choice the apogee of freedom, or in some paradoxical way its denial and a form of slavery? Glenn dares to say that people sh…
 
In today's show, Tom outlines the coup against theology in academe. Believe it or not, once upon a time theology ran the show. We can still see that in the pomp and circumstance at many college graduations--the theology faculty lead the way, followed by philosophy, then the other disciplines. Here's another fact--those disciplines back in the day w…
 
Ah, the buzzword that is customer service. A word that is thrown around by many companies. These companies feel that just by saying it, they are actually providing good customer service. Customer service is a lot more than just a word. It’s a constant and consistent action. Mitch Long of KazSource Insurance does not hold a customer service rep posi…
 
In some theologies it seems like God is so sovereign there is nothing left for anyone else to do. Secondary causation and creaturely agency appear to be defined right out of existence. While this leaves people wondering about their agency, it also leaves angels with nothing to do. So, in today's show Chris raises the question, what are angels for? …
 
There are now upwards of 700,000 podcasts. Are we at peak podcast? In a recent New York Times article, they discussed why podcasting is at its peak. While we don’t necessarily disagree with their specific take, we are here to say that if you have a genuine podcasters mindset, there is plenty of potential for you in the podcasting world. There’s a m…
 
Scaling your business through outsourcing or as John likes to call it, “insourcing.” Our guest today is John Jonas, founder of onlinejobs.ph which is the world’s largest and safest marketplace for finding rock star Filipino workers. In this episode, we discuss outsourcing, Filipino cultural values, and family. —— If you need some truth about scalin…
 
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