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In this episode Hayden and Jonathon get into a folk rock battle, waste time Googling whether or not stickers are tumbleweed seeds, and discuss the very real possibility that their beautiful hometown of Turpin may have some very real ties to real estate fraud... --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://an…
 
In this episode, Hayden and Jonathon preview some music they've been working on, bring back their most popular segment, and come dangerously close to making grain elevators sound uninteresting. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goneramblin/suppo…
 
In this supersized episode, Jonathon and Hayden talk to special guest Cody Opitz about moving from the city to God's country, debate Taco Tico, and discover that the Oklahoma Panhandle does, indeed, have a Sphinx. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.…
 
In this episode Jonathon and Hayden try to shake off the collective national trauma of the recent election by talking about their own high school elections, the history of the Oklahoma Panhandle, and the mystery of the "Shaman's Portal"...aka "the Bermuda Triangle of Oklahoma"...aka the Beaver Sand Dunes. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: …
 
In this episode Hayden and Jonathon discover the shocking truth about their Swedish listener, talk about fiber optics, and spend probably too much time discussing how superior the Oklahoma Panhandle is compared to Florida's. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: http…
 
In this episode the boys debrief their new "correspondent" Bret Bowers on his recent trip to the 'Handle. They also introduce a new, totally appropriate and obviously kid friendly segment called "How did they die?" and talk a bit about Beer City. America's #1 Weekly Podcast on life in the Oklahoma Panhandle. --- This episode is sponsored by · Ancho…
 
In this episode the boys are joined by Robert Reid, host of OETA's Gallery America on PBS. Robert spent 20 years as a travel writer, writing for publications as varied as the New York Times and ESPN and appearing as an expert travel guest on shows like the Today Show. In today's episode, he gets to talk about a place he's surprisingly passionate ab…
 
In this episode the guys interview special guest Dan Wade about the history of a certain "lake" the Oklahoma Panhandle would be famous for...if anyone outside of there had actually heard of it. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goneramblin/suppo…
 
Hayden and Jonathon dive deep into Oklahoma Panhandle facts and ask a question that has plagued deep thinkers for generations: Why is that giant beaver holding a cookie? (Hint: It is a beaver, but that's not a cookie.) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://an…
 
So, we got ALL of the back story out of the way, now we can start to get to the meat of the podcast: telling the story of the church. But exactly where do we start? The logical place seems to be Jerusalem, since this is where the church as a post-Jesus organization seemed to have gotten its start. There’s just one problem: in many ways, the Jesus m…
 
So, using historical-critical methodology, what can we feel confident saying about the Jesus of history? There are a few things. Friend of the show Jimmy Doyle pointed me towards the works of Luke Timothy Johnson and EP Sanders, who, independently of each other, tried to deal with the question of what we can reliably know about Jesus. A compounded …
 
It’s important to remember that Judaism wasn’t a static religion in the first century. In fact, there wasn’t a single Judaism, there were multiple Judaisms. But they all seem to have had a few things in common: number one, they were all fiercely monotheistic, meaning they only believed in and exclusively worshipped one God. This set them apart from…
 
Aristobulus must have felt confident, having deposed his brother and secured the throne. But just outside the borders of his newly won kingdom events were taking place that spelled doom- not just for his reign, but for the independence of the Jewish Kingdom altogether.To the north, Judah’s old enemies the Seleucid Greeks were conquered by a relativ…
 
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