Karen Swallow Prior On Reading Well (& Why Virtue is Tricky for Women)

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July 9, 2019

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Literature is like a boxing ring of ideas where we can try out and test ideas.

Today on the Betwixt Podcast, Dr. Karen Swallow Prior talks about her newest book On Reading Well: Finding the Good Life through Great Literature. Her book walks readers th...

June 18, 2019

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“Christian life is not a life divided between times for action and times for contemplation.

No. Real social action is a way of contemplation, and real contemplation is the core of social action.”

- Henri Nouwen

Continuing our series on Action & Contemp...

May 28, 2019

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“We need both action and contemplation to have a whole spiritual journey. It doesn’t matter which comes first; action may lead you to contemplation and contemplation may lead you to action.”

Fr. Richard Rohr

In the next two episodes, we will talk with...

May 14, 2019

How does God's kindness change us and heal the world? Listen as Michael Card Music joins @BetwixtPodcast to talk about beer, tats, breath-prayer and his new book "Inexpressible: Hesed and the Mystery of God's Lovingkindness."

April 30, 2019

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“Intersex is a broad label for people with differences of sex development (DSDs)—people whose bodies show physical characteristics of both male and female.” – Intersex and Faith

In this latest Betwixt Podcast episode, Deb Gregory talks with Lianne Simo...

April 14, 2019

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"Maundy Thursday takes us into a place of honesty in our Holy Week journey."

As we begin the journey of Holy Week, Jay Greener and Tara Owens tell a stunning Maundy Thursday story. This often overlooked Holy Day invites us into three uncomfortable move...

April 2, 2019

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“Essentially poetry, art, and music break open the world again for us

that had gotten closed by our false certainties.” - Bruce Herman

In the last Betwixt Episode, Artist Bruce Herman told the story about the house-fire in which he lost 25 years of art...

March 19, 2019

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A great paradox of the Christian life is to stand at the edge of loss and to somehow gain freedom.

Artist Bruce Herman watched his house burn down. And then he went dancing. Listen as Bruce shares this paradoxical story of freedom amidst great loss.


March 5, 2019

Natasha Sistrunk Robinson spans the distance between diverse communities, building bridges of deeper understanding, reconciliation and healing. The way that she balances strength with humility is something I’ve come to really admire in the way that she leads and I hope...

February 19, 2019

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“With miscarriage, because our culture can be divided about whether or not this is actually a human-being. . . there’s no cultural space that acknowledges that grief.” – Tish Harrison Warren

My guest is Tish Harrison Warren who is an Anglican Priest an...

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