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The Artist's Creed

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The Artist's Creed

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A Christian artist hopes that God is working in and through her. But does this mean that her own voice and identity must be silenced? In this podcast series, Steve Guthrie (Belmont University) draws on the tenets of the Nicene Creed to develop a rich vision of the relationship between the voice of God and the voice of the artist.
 
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Fixed In Post

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Fixed In Post

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John Barber and Pete Peterson are fascinated, infuriated, and gobsmacked by the art of cinema. In other words, they’re in love with the movies. Join them as they host this podcast about the joy, the disappointment, and the magic of film.
 
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The Second Muse

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The Second Muse

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A great song is most often the result not of instantaneous inspiration, but of a long obedience to the call of the song. This podcast explores artists' and producers' confrontations with the "Second Muse," the muse of effort rather than of inspiration, and takes a good hard look at how they’ve chosen to contend with her.
 
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For years, people have asked me when the audiobooks of The Fiddler's Gun and Fiddler's Green would be published, and for years I’ve deflected those questions because it wasn’t something I had time to figure out. But the ten-year anniversary of their publication seems like a great opportunity to change that. For the next 70 or so episodes, I’m going to read through The Fiddler’s Gun, Fiddler’s Green, and maybe even some other fun things that flesh out the story. Welcome to Fin’s Revolution, a ...
 
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Dave Barnes is a singer-songwriter, a standup comedian, and a cohost of the Dadville podcast. This episode, the 2021 finale of the Sad Stories Told for Laughs series, was originally released in video form as part of the Rabbit Room's onllne conference, Hutchmoot: Homebound. In this episode, Dave talks about awkward radio promotions, disastrous show…
 
Don Chaffer is a singer-songwriter (Waterdeep), a composer-lyricist-librettist (Son of a Gun, The Unusual Tale of Mary and Joseph's Baby), and a professor (Lipscomb University's School of Music). His stories are often sad and often funny—and often at the same time. In this "Sad Stories Told for Laughs" episode, Don Chaffer talks to Jonathan Rogers …
 
Alan Noble is Associate Professor of English at Oklahoma Baptist University and editor-in-chief of Christ and Pop Culture. His new book is You Are Not Your Own: Belonging to God in an Inhuman World. Tim Keller has said “Alan is, I hope, the beginning of a new generation of scholar-writers who can bring the insights of [more esoteric thinkers and ph…
 
After years overseas, poet Rachel Donahue settled into life on a property that had been in her husband's family for generations. Paying attention to that piece of land transformed her poetry. Beyond Chittering Cottage is a collection of the poems that grew out of that new attentiveness. In this episode, Rachel and Jonathan Rogers talk about steward…
 
Ben Palpant is a poet, memoirist, novelist, and writer of nonfiction. His new book, Letters from the Mountain, is a collection of letters to his daughter about writing, creativity, paying attention, and generativity. He speaks of these and other matters with Jonathan Rogers in this episode of The Habit Podcast. Support the show: https://therabbitro…
 
We’re pleased to share a session led by Malcolm Guite and Mark Meynell called “Poetry: Imagination’s Wake-Up Call” from 2020’s Hutchmoot: Homebound, in both video and audio form. Despite its detractors, poetry couldn’t be more vital in our present age, since it is one of the most powerful means of reconciling our enlightenment-divorced reason and i…
 
Ashley Hales is a writer, a speaker, and the host of the Finding Holy Podcast. Her new book is A Spacious Life: Trading Hustle and Hurry for the Goodness of Limits. In this episode, Ashley Hales and Jonathan Rogers discuss a paradox: embracing your limitations can create more space and lead to greater creativity. Support the show: https://therabbit…
 
We’re pleased to share a session led by Buddy Greene and Odessa Settles called "Ain't Gonna Lay My Religion Down" from 2020’s Hutchmoot: Homebound, in both video and audio form. Through stories and music, Buddy & Odessa discuss the difficulty of living in an unjust world and how our faith can act as an anchor. See omnystudio.com/listener for privac…
 
Dave and Licia Radford constitute the husband-wife duo, The Gray Havens. Their upcoming album, Blue Flower, is inspired by C. S. Lewis's autobiography, Surprised by Joy and explores "inconsolable longing" and every human's homesickness for a place they've never been. Most of the album's songs are available on Spotify. In this episode, Dave Radford …
 
Singer-songwriter Taylor Leonhardt's second solo album, Hold Still, releases in September, 2021. (You can hear several of the songs already on streaming services.) In this episode of The Habit Podcast, Taylor and Jonathan Rogers discuss what it means to be God's idea, and coming to terms with the truth that we are all in suspense and incomplete. Su…
 
Carrie Givens is a publisher and co-founder of Bandersnatch Books. She is also the author of the recently released novel Rosefire. In this episode, Carrie speaks with Jonathan Rogers about writers' groups, dry spells, the role of "namers" in our creative lives, and characters who arrive unbidden in our stories. Support the show: https://therabbitro…
 
Bill Haslam was a two-term governor of Tennessee and a two-term mayor of Knoxville. In a political climate marked by metastasizing outrage and division, he found success by finding common ground and treating everyone—allies and opponents alike—with decency and respect. Bill Haslam is the author of Faithful Presence: The Promise and the Peril of Fai…
 
Professor Diana Pavlac Glyer is an expert on Tolkien and Lewis, especially with regard to their collaboration in the Inklings group. She is also the editor of A Compass for Deep Heaven—a collection of essays about Lewis's Ransom Trilogy. This book is the fruit of Professor Glyer's practicing what she preaches in generous collaboration with emerging…
 
For a decade and a half, Buddy Greene and Jeff Taylor have been making music together in a wide variety of venues and a wide variety of costumes. They are remarkable as performers, but even more remarkable is their friendship and good humor. As Jeff says, even a worst-case scenario performance is redeemed when it becomes a sad story told for laughs…
 
Doug McKelvey is best known as the author of Every Moment Holy, “new liturgies for daily life.” He has also been a songwriter and a screenwriter. In this episode, the Sad Stories Told for Laughs series continues with Doug’s stories of fan letters gone wrong, fostering misunderstanding for the sake of humor, and a finger puppet. Support the show: ht…
 
Jessica Hooten Wilson is Louise Cowan Scholar in Residence at the University of Dallas. She’s a much sought-after speaker and the author of books about Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Walker Percy, and Flannery O’Connor. Spring of 2022 will see the release of her new book, The Scandal of Holiness: Renewing Your Imagination in the Company of Literary Saints. Th…
 
Singer-songwriter Ellie Holcomb has just released a new solo album called Canyon—which, she says, is about a deeper sorrow, a higher hope, and the brokenness that is integral to our humanity. Hopefully she will come back in a later episode to talk about that project. But in this episode we’re going to talk about the times she and her husband Drew f…
 
In this final episode of Season Two, Steve and Drew discuss the relative novelty of reading silently, our text-oriented society, the inward connotations of “spirituality,” recommendations for incorporating the “out-loud-ness” of scripture into spiritual practices, and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Andrew Osenga is a singer-songwriter, an artist & repertoire director, and the host of the podcast The Pivot: Stories of People Who Have Made a Change. In this installment of Sad Stories Told for Laughs, Andrew talks about performing to empty seats, losing a toe, and playing a music festival organized by a money launderer. Support the show: https:/…
 
In this fifth episode, Steve and Drew discuss what it means for God to "speak through" us, the divine dignifying of the human voice, the unique character of particular musical instruments, the multiplicity of voices in the four gospels, and much more. This episode is based on Steve Guthrie's blog post "Spirit & Sound, Part 5: The Preposition of Lov…
 
The “Sad Stories Told for Laughs” series continues with Maryrose Wood, author of The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place and Alice's Farm: A Rabbit's Tale. Before Maryrose Wood was a novelist, she was an actor. In this episode, she tells the story of her Broadway debut, in one of the most spectacular flops in Broadway history. It is a story of yo…
 
In this fourth episode, Steve and Drew discuss Gerard Manley Hopkins's poem "As Kingfishers Catch Fire," examples of antiphony in music (including Andrew Peterson's "Is He Worthy?"), the collaborative-yet-fragmented nature of meme culture, the inescapable human characteristic of resonance, and much more. This episode is based on Steve Guthrie's blo…
 
"Sad Stories Told for Laughs" is a special summer series of episodes in which writers speak of their public humiliations for your edification and entertainment. In this episode, memoirist Harrison Scott Key, author of The World's Largest Man and Congratulations, Who Are You Again? tells about the strange places he's done readings and the dream that…
 
In Episode 3, Steve and Drew discuss the unlikely outworkings of Tolstoy’s theory of art in consumer culture, tensions between individualism and the social dimension of art, what the word “media” really means, the Holy Spirit as both gift and Giver, and plenty more. This episode is based on Steve Guthrie's blog post "Spirit & Sound, Part 3: God in …
 
Songs from the Silent Passage explores the literary career of Walt Wangerin, Jr. through a collection of essays by Wangerin's friends and colleagues—including Eugene Peterson, Luci Shaw, Philip Yancey, and John Wilson—edited into its final form by Matthew Dickerson. In this episode, Matthew and Jonathan discuss the relationship between pain and bea…
 
In Episode 2, Steve and Drew discuss the significance of breath in the murder of George Floyd, the phenomenon of Zoom fatigue and the exhaustion of words without breath, the shifting ways in which we experience music, and much more. This episode is based on Steve Guthrie's blog post "Spirit & Sound, Part 2: The Breath Between Us," which you can rea…
 
In Episode 1, Steve and Drew discuss sound as incarnational in an excarnational world, the dual American problems of loneliness and polarization, the vulnerability of speech, the voice as a glimpse into the soul, wind and breath as more than mere symbols of the Spirit of God, the human being as a musical instrument, and much more. This episode is b…
 
Season Two of The Artist's Creed begins Wednesday, May 19th. Over the course of six episodes, we'll explore the relationship between the sounding world and the Holy Spirit. We'll ask what we can learn about God through music, speech, breath, and voice, starting next week with "Episode 1: The Sound Breath Makes." Tune in every Wednesday wherever you…
 
In this 100th episode of The Habit Podcast, Jonathan Rogers and producer Drew Miller play back and discuss favorite moments from the first 99 episodes, as identified by listeners. To help The Habit celebrate this milestone (and to help other listeners find this podcast), would you consider rating and reviewing? Support the show: https://therabbitro…
 
Janna Barber is a blogger, poet, and memoirist. Her most recent book is Hidden in Shadow: Tales of Grief, Lamentation, and Faith. This memoir is one woman’s honest reckoning with the truth that even as our faith waxes and wanes, God is constant, and he loves his children even when they don’t know what he’s up to. Support the show: https://therabbit…
 
J. R. R. Tolkien and G. K. Chesterton both make cases for the necessity of fantasy literature. In "Recovery, Escape, & Consolation: The Gifts of Fantasy," Jonathan & Helena discuss three of Tolkien’s primary arguments. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By The Rabbit Room Podcast Network
 
The poet Malcolm Guite wears waistcoats. He smokes a long-stemmed pipe and blows smoke rings. He often ambles about in the countryside. He's not very tall. He loves breakfast. Draw your own conclusions. In this episode of The Hobbit Podcast, Malcolm Guite and Jonathan Rogers (who is not himself a hobbit, only hobbit-adjacent) discuss first breakfas…
 
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