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Bart’s father Tony Campolo is one of the most prominent evangelical leaders of the past 50 years. In this episode of the WHYY show Radio Times, the father and son chat together with host Marty Moss-Coane about Bart’s departure from Christianity and the relationship they’ve had since. Listen above.
Interested in the conversation between Bart and Tony? Check out the book they’ve co-authored together, Why I Left, Why I Stayed, and the documentary film featuring both in conversation, Far From the Tree.
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Bart doesn’t believe in a god. And he’s no fan of the new U.S. President, Donald J Trump. So what could he possibly mean by urging people to pray for the president? Find out on this new edition of Humanize Me, wherein Bart begins with an update on what’s been happening recently and goes on to talk about the times we find ourselves living in.
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Bart chats with his friend, the actress Maggie Wheeler, who is a director of the Golden Bridge Community Choir in Los Angeles, where people join together at all levels of singing ability and form a harmonious whole. They explore how singing brings people together and how her choir is actually an exercise in community-building.
Maggie’s husband Daniel Wheeler’s site can be found HERE. The documentary they talk about in this episode is called Music on the Brain. The online version of Ingersoll the Magnificent can be found HERE and the photo of him with his Christmas gift, a hardcover copy, is below.
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Secular stories: On this episode, Bart chats with his old friend Mark Yaconelli about his latest project, The Hearth Community, gatherings in which people explore, craft, and share stories from what they have lived. They talk about how these gatherings compare to Christian church, how they’re different, and what role such things can play in shaping a secular world.
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