In this episode Allen interviews the one and only Joey Aszterbaum. You may have heard Joey playing guitar for the Christian band Skypark in the 90’s, or read his work on faith, art, and justice at the Charismanglican, or saw him on television marching against the anti-immigration protesters in Murrieta, CA – Joey has been an outspoken advocate of peace, family, and (more recently) Bernie Sanders and “sloths.” His story takes us through the processes of deconstruction and testing, a rebirth of sorts as he encounters helpful people along the way, and on into the merits of the wider Christian faith and the Episcopal tradition.
Interview with Joey Aszterbaum (01:05)
SoulTsunami by Leonard Sweet (Book – Amazon Affiliate Link)
Tyrone Wells (Musician, lead singer from SkyPark)
The Education of Charlie Banks (Movie – Amazon Affiliate Link)
American Ultra (Movie – Amazon Affiliate Link)
The Ekklesia Project (blog)
Joey Aszterbaum’s Five Authors
- Brian McLaren (Amazon Author Page – Affiliate Link)
- N.T. Wright (Amazon Author Page – Affiliate Link)
- Stanley Hauerwas (Amazon Author Page – Affiliate Link)
- William T. Cavanaugh (Amazon Author Page – Affiliate Link)
- John Howard Yoder (Amazon Author Page – Affiliate Link)
Kristen Bell's Sloth Meltdown (YouTube Video)
Murrieta is a Mess: Border Crisis and Confusion a guest post by Joey Aszterbaum (Rage Against the Minivan Blog Post)
Voyage of the St. Louis (a boat of largely Jewish refugees rebuffed by the United States during the Holocaust)
Thank you Joey Aszterbaum joining the conversation this week.
Thank you to Mike Golin for our intro and outro music. Check out his band Soulwise.
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