Episode 191: Exploding Heads and Inedible Sandwiches

In which Dave, RJ, and Sarah talk curated authenticity, shameful beaches, and imputing baseball coaches. Also, Sarah does some Corona math while and Dave weighs the wisdom of a Shakespearean admonition. Oh, don’t miss the surprise at the end.

  • Click here to read Shannon Ashley’s column on Medium, “Girl, You’ve Been Made.”
  • Click here to read Zeynep Tufekci on how “Scolding Beachgoers Isn’t Helping.”
  • Click here to read Tess Wilkinson-Ryan’s article for the Atlantic on the psychological morass of reopening.
  • Click here to read Michael Lewis’s essay on Coach Fitzgerald’s Management Theory (or here to listen to the episode of “Against the Rules” about it).

Episode 190: My Name is Soapbox

In which RJ, Sarah, and Dave talk lonely dads, radical acceptance, hashtag preaching, and anger in the Bible. Also, the Heijmens pray someone into a fender-bender while Sarah takes a break from social media.

Episode 189: From Minneapolis to Constantinople

In which Sarah, RJ, and Dave talk picky eaters, casual racism, George Floyd, and Brendan the Navigator. Also, Dave presses some steel while Sarah reheats some frozen garlic bread.

  • Click here to read CNN’s report on picky eating.
  • Click here to read the NY Times‘ piece on How to Talk to a Racist
  • Click here to read CT‘s article on the Gospel Legacy George Floyd left in Houston
  • Click here to read Fr Stephen Freeman on how It’s Good To Be Here.
  • Click here to read the NY Review of Books article on A Tale of Two Churches.