Rekindling the Intellectual, Spiritual, Creative legacy of Christians in Culture

This episode of The Kindlings Muse originated from Hales Ale Brewery & Pub on Monday May 22. Our subject is "Irreligious Seattle and The Spiritual Book Craze." On today's podcast in segment two we introduce Greg Wolfe Editor of Image a Journal of "Art-Faith-Mystery, " Heather Hawkins a Seattle actress and Bryan Burton theologian, a graduate of Queens College in Belfast Ireland for a discussion of whether based on their personal experience, Seattle is really irreligious. Enjoy. Tell a Friend. And come back for more.

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  1. A quick note. A LOT of people are asking if the WHOLE May 22 show will be released in ONE giant podcast. Right now we’re doling them out in daily bites…We may eventually do the whole thing in one shot. In the meantime if you check back each day you’ll be able to listen to the whole thing. AND soon we’ll offer iTunes RSS connections. Rome wasn’t built in a day nor is “THe Kindlings Muse!”

  2. Heather has good observations about churches fragmented by culture. In America it used to be race and economic status that segregated Christians on Sunday morning. Now it’s musical styles and political affiliation. In my case, my politics conflicts with those of Christians who share my interest in good music. I’ve been a church musician for thirty years, so now I find myself a cantor in a church where social and political liberals are happy to let me sing but not speak.

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