Our podcast episode 5 featuring Cory Willson is live on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Audible. On this episode of the podcast, we are joined by a guest host, Jeremy Perigo, and together we talk with Cory Willson about his new book (coauthored with Matthew Kaemingk) Work and Worship (Baker Academic). Our theme question: what does it mean to reconnect …
I have learned that navigating doubt is always a matter of discernment. We must be quick to hear, slow to speak, and slow to shut down the conversation with premature pronouncements. We must learn to walk together with patience, love, and hope, trusting that there is something deeper than doubt.
Poetry Unbound has been a delight to listen to. Engaging with the deep and wide variety of poems has been such a rich experience for me.
Kevin Roose, a tech columnist for the New York Times, delves into in his 2020 podcast, Rabbit Hole., where he explores the realm of YouTube, alternative culture online, and asks the investigative question of what happens to those who seek to find more and more of their community online.
Nice White Parents is the new podcast from Serial Podcasts and the New York Times. Produced by Channa Joffe-Walt and Julie Snyder with editorial work by Sarah Koenig, Nancy Updike, and Ira Glass—all names of podcast fame—this podcast is a five-episode deep dive into one New York City public school’s relationship with the students who attend it and more specifically those children’s parents.
Critical Faith podcast is a space that fosters conversation about all things faith, fellowship, and society and that it gives its audience a glimpse into the everyday life of the students at the Institute for Christian Worship Studies.
It is this cultural phenomenon of Dolly Parton – the woman, the myth, the legend – that the podcast production team of Jad Abumrad and Shima Oliaee jump into with both feet.
On each episode of Refugia, Rienstra interviews various experts of science, religion, music, worship, activism, and more about what refugia means for them and how we as humans—and even more specifically, as Christians—can actively be a part of creating spaces of refugia.
As we wind down the year, iAt will take a look back at 2019: our favorite podcasts, books, and articles. Here is a list of some of our favorite podcasts.
In his podcast, Revisionist History, Malcom Gladwell takes dive after deep dive into human history’s most overlooked and misunderstood topics. Across four seasons of podcasts, the acclaimed author of Outliers and David and Goliath exposes his listeners to their presupposed beliefs and expectations for how the world works.
For those of you who have been podcast-raised on shows like Serial and S-town, you will not be disappointed with White Lies.
It’s billed as a true-crime podcast, but that’s like calling Dylan a gospel singer; while a section of the story revolves around the crime that McLemore mentions in the email, it’s really only a couple of records in a lifelong catalog.
Here is a list of our favorite podcasts from 2016. What podcasts influenced you in the past year? What podcasts would you recommend to the readers of iAt?