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

GreatDivorceTaproot PosterHost Dick Staub is joined by a live audience at Taproot theatre in Seattle's Greenwood district who had just seen the theatrical production of C.S' Lewis' The Great Divorce (adapted by George Drance). This work of fantasy portrays Christian perceptions of the life after death allegorically and follows one individual's journey from hell/purgatory ("the grey town") to heaven and salvation. We are joined by three esteemed guests , Rabbi Mark Glickman (Congregation Kol Shalom on Bainbridge Island, WA) Rev Patricia Hunter (An associate in ministry at Mount Zion Baptist Church, Seattle, WA.) and Taproot co-founder and Director Scott Nolte.