Stories of working in the 80’s! On farms, in restaurants, grocery stores and in even at space camp.

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(Meal with sinners by Sieger Köder)

Travis McCool of Table Gathering joins us using the previous In The Corner Back By the Woodpile episode to talk about where the ground lays between being engaged with the world without losing one's soul in the process. 

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Talking about two histories: the progressive Christians of the early 20th century compared with the progressive Christians of now. It's a bit of a grim get together featuring Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Charles Darwin, Walter Rauschenbusch, Henry Emerson Fosdick, Leopold and Loeb, Helen Keller, Richard Rohr, U2 and a whole lot more!

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Deferred dreams, liars enslaved by their words and the tyrants in all of us is what we're talking about on this philosophical episode!

 

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Taneya Koonce comes on the podcast to talk about her adventures in genealogy. We'll talk about shaking stories out of the family tree, the challenges of getting information of those with ancestors that had been enslaved, Alex Haley and much more.

(Jim and Carrie Turner family)

(Searching for gravestones)

 

 

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Randy Layton of Alternative Records talks about his times with the 77's, Steve Scott, Keith Green, 2nd Chapter of Acts, 2lb Planet, Robert Vaughn and more! 

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Marcell Felipe the both founder of the Inspire America Foundation- an organization dedicated to promoting democracy in Cuba and the Americas- and the Chairman of the American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora in Miami, Florida which showcases and documents the history, culture, and contributions of the Cuban exile community.

Join us as we get some insight into those organizations in addition to learning of individuals important to the cause of human rights and liberty, such as Monsignor Bryan O. Walsh, Jorge Mas Canosa, Dr. Óscar Elías Biscet and many others.

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Racism- where it is and where it isn’t is what Checo Perryman comes Back By the Woodpile to discuss on this week episode!

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Jim R. McClanahan of Journey To the West Research returns to the Woodpile to talk all about Sun Wukong! Including his many accessories, weapons, names, link to the Hindu god Hanuman, the classic novel Outlaws of the Marsh and his appearance in Gene Yang's American Born Chinese.

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Dr. Jaime Suchlicki of the Cuban Study Institute comes Back By the Woodpile to talk Jose Marti, Eduardo Chibás, Jewish-Cuban History, the current state of Cubans on the island and more.

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More theological talk regarding mystery, certainty, progressive Christianity, culture, politics, Richard Rohr and God. 

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Another weird tale involving creatures eating out of rural burn barrels, a boy preacher and electronically measurable hate directed at Woodrow Wilson. 

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