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Who Cares? With Jackson and Mark

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Who Cares? is a mostly-weekly podcast where radio personality Jackson Burnes and cartoonist Mark Mullaney discuss things nobody would care about. Follow Who Cares?... www.wcwjmpod.com Facebook: @WCwJMPodcast Twitter: @WCwJMPodcast And follow the guys on Twitter... Jackson: @JacksonWZLX Mark: @Marz85
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An ongoing, thoughtful conversation about the reading life brought to you by the editors and contributors to the Englewood Review of Books. Panelists discuss how they engage in reading, what it means to read well, and of course the books and writers they enjoy. Expect lively discussions about books from all genres from a rotating group of writers and readers who care about reading well.
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The audio for this episode was recorded during a live event in collaboration with The Table and Gravity Commons, in which Matt Tebbe interviewed Jon DePue (co-author of 'Beyond Justification' with Douglas Campbell). The conversation focuses on the themes of this book, common interpretations of Paul's theology and ways to re-approach Paul with new l…
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Chris sat down at the recent CCDA conference with two first-time podcast guests, Stephanie Vander Lugt and Kimberlee Medicine Horn Jackson, each of whom hosted CCDA workshops. They discuss their work as it relates to the religious practices of indigenous people, the importance of attentiveness, and of course, what they are currently reading. **This…
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Chris hosted a lively and interactive conversation between first-time guest David Fitch and returning guest Myles Werntz concerning the thesis of David's brand-new book from Brazos Press, the use of power in ministry and the institution of the church, whether power and conflict can be leveraged healthily in community, and of course what they are cu…
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Jen sat down (live!) with two first-time podcast guests at the recent CCDA conference: E.K. Strawser and Lisa Rodriguez-Watson. They have an impassioned discussion about the importance of contextualizing discipleship work in the setting of the local congregation, as well as the importance of Western Christians listening to the global church. Books …
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Chris sat down with 3 co-authors and first-time podcast guests at the recent CCDA conference to discuss their work in the intersection of the topics of disability, inclusion, ministry leadership and the life of the church. Books Mentioned in this Episode: Disabling Leadership: A Practical Theology for the Broken Body of Christ by Andrew Draper, Jod…
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The podcast crew (Jen, Chris & Joel) is joined once again by Ashley Hales for our favorite topic: the books we enjoyed the most this year! ERB Contributors from 2023 also offer their suggestions throughout, so we cover a wide, wide range of titles. Enjoy this veritable feast of reading suggestions to keep you occupied until next year! Books Mention…
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Jen welcomes co-authors Matt Mikalatos (returning ERB podcast guest) and Kathy Khang (first-time podcast guest) for an honest and heartfelt discussion about the topic of their recent book: disagreement and Christian unity. Books Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts and M…
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Chris sat down with two first-time ERB Podcast guests, Soong-Chan Rah and Mark Charles, at the recent CCDA conference to discuss their work related to colonialism, race, history and the church. Books Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts and Minds Books(An independent boo…
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Joel took over the host role for a vulnerable and thoughtful conversation on the topic of forgiveness with two first-time ERB guests. They discuss their personal narratives and experiences with forgiveness, the ways dominant cultural discussions of forgiveness can distort the concept, and what they are currently reading. Books Mentioned in this Epi…
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Jen welcomed first-time ERB guest Russell Moore alongside returning guest Karen Swallow Prior to discuss their recent writings on the state of Evangelical religion and culture in American life, as well as a fascinating and unexpected list of titles they are currently enjoying. Books Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any of the follo…
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Jen sat down with two first-time guests (and poets) to have the first-ever ERB Podcast episode conversation focused entirely on poetry! They discuss whether the distinction between "poet" and "writer" is legitimate, their own writing processes, and even read a few selections of their recent publications. Learn more about Heather Lanier here: https:…
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Jen takes a shift in a "panelist" seat for this episode, as Chris hosts a conversation between her and two other writers, Marilyn McEntyre and Ragan Sutterfield, as they reflect on the recent book on time and mortality by Oliver Burkeman. They discuss the impact of the book on their own ideas, as well as how it intersects with broader Christian tho…
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Joel sat down with two ERB reviewers and contributors to discuss their recent reviews, as well as what they have been reading lately. A wide swath of genres are discussed, including biography, poetry, theology, and of course, some epic fantasy! Amy Merrick is a senior professional lecturer in journalism at DePaul University in Chicago. She is also …
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Jen sat down at Urbana with two first-time podcast guests, Jeff Clark & Lynda MacGibbon to discuss place, habits, rhythms, and of course their own writing. Books mentioned in this episode: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts and Minds Books(An independent bookstore in Dallastown, PA, run by Byron…
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Chris sat down at Urbana with two first-time podcast guests and recent co-authors of the recent book "Learning Our Names." They discuss the writing of this project, the importance of names, and their personal backgrounds. Books Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts and Mi…
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Chris sat down with Josh Harper and Lowell Bliss at Urbana for a thoughtful and impassioned conversation about Christianity, environmentalism and creation care, as well as their work and what they're reading. Books Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts and Minds Books(An …
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Chris sat down with Andy Crouch and Wendy Quay at Urbana 22 for a conversation about vocation, calling, purpose, and how these topics intersect with their work and writing. Books Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts and Minds Books(An independent bookstore in Dallastown,…
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Chris sat down at Urbana with first-time guests Terry & Darlene Wildman for an insightful and illuminating conversation about the process of writing the First Nations Version of the New Testament, as well as the work of writing and contextualization in general. Books Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we e…
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Jen sat down with two first-time podcast guests at Urbana to discuss their recent work and the topics of belonging and loneliness. Books Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts and Minds Books(An independent bookstore in Dallastown, PA, run by Byron and Beth Borger) A Holy …
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Chris sat down with two first-time guests for a deeply-felt and thought-provoking conversation about Christian witness in a time of contention and social polarization. Books and Writing Mentioned: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts and Minds Books(An independent bookstore in Dallastown, PA, run …
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Jen sat down with returning guest Marlena Graves and first-time guest Jason Gaboury at Urbana for a thoughtful discussion on the life of contemplation, particularly in our polarized and highly-activist cultural moment. Books Mentioned: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts and Minds Books(An indepe…
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Chris had an energetic conversation about the topic of "revival" at Urbana with two first time guests: James Choung & Don Everts. They talk about their experiences with revival, as well as their writing on the topic. Books & Writing Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts a…
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Jen sat down with two first-time guests at Urbana to discuss their personal journeys and work related to race, American history and Christianity. Books and Writing Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts and Minds Books(An independent bookstore in Dallastown, PA, run by Byr…
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Chris sits down with two first-time guests, and one returning guest, for a live conversation at Urbana about the myriad ways that things like race and culture intersect with power and hierarchy in our culture. Books Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts and Minds Books(An…
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Chris had the opportunity to hold a fascinating conversation about economics, gentrification and demographic change with two ministry leaders and first-time podcast guests at CCDA. They talk about the history of their neighborhoods, as well as what they are currently reading. Books and Writing Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any o…
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Chris had the opportunity to speak with 3 first-time podcast guests at CCDA. They discuss their recent books, genuinely diverse worship and the dynamics of being Latino/a in ministry leadership in our cultural moment. Books & Writing Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts …
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Jen leads a freewheeling conversation with a roundtable of guests, who all reflect on their favorite books that were released in 2022. Also, Joel briefly takes over the episode for a reflection on the state of the ERB podcast after 50 episodes. Enjoy! Books Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage y…
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Chris had the chance to sit down at CCDA with two first-time podcast guests Donna Barber and Michelle Warren for a conversation themed about their new books, as well as the work they both do to mobilize people for justice and social change and what sustains them on the journey. Special thanks to IVP for granting the space to record this conversatio…
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Jen has an honest and animated conversation with returning guest Katelyn Beaty and first-time guest Andy Crouch on the perils of power, celebrity, platform and fame in the Christian church. Katelyn Beaty is a journalist, editor, and keen observer of trends in the American church. She has written for a variety of publications and is cohost of the Sa…
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Chris had the chance to sit down at CCDA with two first-time podcast guests Alexia Salvatierra & Greg Jarrell for a conversation themed around Alexia's new book, and especially what majority-culture Christians can learn from marginalized, immigrant communities across the globe. Special thanks to IVP for granting the space to record this conversatio…
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Chris sits in the host seat for a wide-ranging discussion of asceticism with three fantastic panelists. They talk about the place of asceticism in Christian history and tradition, as well as the relevance of ascetic practices in our cultural context. Books & Writing Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we en…
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Joel takes over the podcast for a Biblical Studies-themed discussion with two fantastic scholars. They discuss their scholarly work, but also consider the challenges and blessings of writing for both academic and popular-level audiences. Michael J. Gorman is the Raymond E. Brown Professor of Biblical Studies and Theology at St. Mary's Seminary & Un…
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Chris sits in the host seat to welcome a brand-new guest, James K. A. Smith, alongside a very familiar panelist to those who follow ERB, Jen Pollock Michel, for a discussion on the subject of "living faithfully in time." Enjoy! Books & Writing Mentioned in this Episode: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so fr…
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The ERB Podcast is back after a summer break! Jen is joined by two first-time guests for an honest discussion about processing grief, loss and heartache, and how that intersects with the writing and reading life. Clarissa Moll is an author, podcaster, and the young widow of author Rob Moll. Her husband’s first book, The Art of Dying, was released i…
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Joel takes over the podcast for another wide-ranging "reviewer round-up" with two excellent first-time guests. They talk a lot about books that intersect with the conversation about race in America, and of course, list off the titles they are currently reading. Joshua E. Livingston is a writer and community developer currently residing in Indianapo…
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This episode is all about celebrating and reading great literary works. Jen is joined by first-time guest Jessica Hooten Wilson, as well as repeat guest Karen Swallow Prior, who are both outstanding guides through the world of classic literature. They discuss the value of great literature, the historical difference between Catholic and Protestant n…
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Joel hops into the host seat for a fun and freewheeling conversation with a few ERB reviewers about recent publications they've written about, what they are looking forward to in publishing, and of course, what we are all currently reading. Justin Cober-Lake is a pastor in central Virginia. He holds an M.A. in American Studies from the University o…
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Chris takes over the podcast today for a thoughtful and incisive discussion on the insidious nature of hierarchy and how it impacts so much of human society and structures. He is joined by two first-time guests, Beth Allison Barr and Jonathan Brooks, who bring a wealth of personal experience and academic rigor to the conversation. Books/Writing Men…
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Jen is joined by two first-time guests, Jamin Goggin and Kyle Strobel, to discuss the new re-release of their 2017 bookThe Way of the Dragon or The Way of the Lamb, while also touching on the more general concept of healthy or toxic uses of power in the church in our culture today. Jamin Goggin serves as a pastor at Mission Hills Church. He has bee…
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Jen hosts a freewheeling conversation with Chris and Joel about their collective reading habits in 2021, how they identify books for "lists" like this, and of course, which titles rose to the top as their favorite reading experiences in 2021. A host of various ERB contributors also chime in with their favorites of the year. Books and Writing Mentio…
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Chris sits in the host chair again for a conversation all about Willie Jenning's commentary on Acts. He is joined by two first-time guests who are pastors that have found Jenning's commentary particularly helpful in their local church work. They discuss what it is about Jenning's approach that is so innovative and helpful, and especially why this i…
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Chris sits in the host chair to speak with two outstanding first-time podcast guests: Andy Root and John Swinton. They have a sharp and philosophically-informed discussion on our experience of time, modernity, and the social concepts of "acceleration" and "resonance." John Swinton is professor of theology at the University of Aberdeen, and author o…
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Joel takes the host seat again for a "round-up" conversation with Chris Smith and John Wilson for a freewheeling conversation about recent ERB content, intriguing upcoming book releases, and of course lots of discussion about what we are current reading! Books & Content Mentioned: If you’d like to order any of the following books, we encourage you …
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Joel takes over the podcast for an episode focused on writing book reviews! He is joined by repeat podcast guest John Wilson and first-time guest Tamara Hill Murphy for a discussion of the form of the book review, the tensions involved in writing reviews, and of course what they are currently reading. John Wilson was the founding editor of Books & …
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Jen is joined by two great first-time guests to discuss the current evangelical reckoning with destructive spiritual leadership, narcissism, humility, and of course lots of books on the subject! Hannah Anderson lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia where she spends her days writing and reading and caring for her family. She is the author of…
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The ERB Podcast is back after our summer reprieve! Jen is joined by returning guest Ashley Hales, and first-time guest Nathan Oates, to discuss the ways their writing interacts with the themes of stability, limits, and the work of ministry in our current cultural climate. Ashley Hales is the author of two books. Her first book, Finding Holy in the …
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Jen is joined by 3 great first-time guests for a lively and wide-ranging conversation. In this episode (part 2), they continue their conversation about ongoing projects, as well as talk about their reactions to Diana's newest work, "Freeing Jesus." Diana Butler Bass is an award-winning author, popular speaker, and inspiring preacher. She holds a do…
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**This is the corrected version of episode 29. There was a technical glitch with the episode that was originally uploaded on 6/21 which left most of the episode blank. Please listen to this episode instead. We apologize for the confusion!** Jen is joined by 3 great first-time guests for a lively and wide-ranging conversation. In this episode (part …
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Jen is joined by 3 great first-time guests for a lively and wide-ranging conversation. In this episode (part 1), they talk about reading during the Covid-year and what they are currently reading, researching, and working on. Diana Butler Bass is an award-winning author, popular speaker, and inspiring preacher. She holds a doctorate in religious stu…
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