In what we plan to be a series of conversations, I’m joined in this episode by Joshua Daniel. Joshua is an Episcopal priest serving at St. Columba’s in Washington, D.C. He also holds a Ph.D. in philosophy, specializing in the work of Wittgenstein. Joshua is one of the smartest and wisest people I know and everytime we talk I leave the conversation enlivened and enlightened. I hope you will be as well. To provide fodder for our time, we decided to engage with a recent piece by L.M. Sacasas that asks us to take stock of our technological liturgies. I hope you enjoy the conversation and stay tuned for more dialogues with Joshua in the coming months.
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The Way We Practice
Host Ragan Sutterfield interviews a diverse mix of Christians on how they practice the way of Jesus in their daily lives. Each interview includes insights that will help you on your own journey.