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  1. Trump the Terrible: an Integral Look at the Boy Who Would Be King | Integral Life

    This podcast is my attempt to use an integral lens to peer into Donald Trump. Unfortunately, the picture  it reveals may be even more dangerous than we thought. But only if he wins. If he loses I believe the Year of Trump will actually turn out to have been a tonic for our culture.

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  2. Unbelievable? Is God a God of wrath? Joshua Ryan Butler & Brian Zahnd - Saturday 25th June 2016 02:30 pm

    How should Christians interpret scriptures that describe the 'wrath' of God? Did God punish Jesus on the cross? Are we punished for our sins or do we merely suffer the 'consequences' of them?These and other questions are debated as Joshua Ryan Butler author of "The Pursuing God" and progressive pastor Brian Zahnd discuss the issues.Get the MP3For Unbelievable? The Conference 2016: For Joshua Ryan Butler For Brian Zahnd For more faith debates visit the conversation: Facebook and TwitterGet the MP3 Podcast of Unbelievable? Via RSS or Via Itunes

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  3. John Gruber & Merlin Mann at SxSW 2009

    SxSW ’09 - Gruber & Mann - HOWTO: 149 Surprising Ways to Turbocharge Your Blog With Credibility!

    My pal, John Gruber (from, and I presented a talk at South by Southwest Interactive on Saturday, March 14th. We talked about building a blog you can be proud of, trying to improve the quality of your work, reaching the people you admire, and maybe even making a buck (in a way that doesn’t blow your deal). Here’s what we had to say:

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  4. 177 Good Life Project Radio Sean McCabe by Good Life Project | Free Listening on SoundCloud

    SEAN MCCABE: HAND-LETTERER TURNED BUSINESS VISIONARY seanFrom the time he was a kid, Sean McCabe was obsessed, strike that, possessed, with letters.

    The shape. The form. The curves and nuances. Not just the fonts you see on computers, but the ones drawn painstakingly by hand, what’s come to be known as hand-lettering, consumed him.

    A few years back, Sean began posting his work online. Nothing happened for the better part of two years. Then, lighting began to strike. In part, riding along with and, in part, helping to fuel a massive resurgence in both the practice and demand for hand-lettering, Sean’s posting began to catch fire.

    People wanted to not only buy his work and hire him, though, they also relentlessly asked “how” he did what he did. Both as an artist, and as a professional who’d built a career hand-lettering.

    ampersand-lifestyleThat demand kicked off a journey Sean never saw coming. One that’s now led him into what he terms the next “season” of his life, moving away from the practice of hand-lettering and into his role as a leader and teacher in the business-side of art. He’s built a tremendous educational resource with his Learn Lettering course, a broadcast-quality podcast and video series with a global audience and an emerging career as a keynote speaker. And, there’s lots more in the works.

    In this week’s episode, we dive into the exact steps along his journey. We explore how he developed his skills as a hand-letterer, then shifted his focus to cultivate the same depth of expertise in business and media. Sean is incredibly transparent and generous and he also shares a mountain of strategies for building not just a business, but a life. In fact, this conversation was recorded during one of his “7 week sabbaticals,” a one-week window that he takes work-free every seven weeks. We talk about how that began and, also, how sacred and important it has become.

    doing-what-you-loveOh, and P.S. – An all new Learn Lettering 2.0 classes will launch on July 27th, 2015. I was a student of the first one and I was blown away by both the depth of the content and the production values.

    Be sure to subscribe below and listen and subscribe on iTunes to make sure you never miss an episode.

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  5. Episode 4: Peter Enns | FaithForm

    Peter Enns is professor of biblical studies at Eastern University and a well-known blogger. (See full bio here.) While much of his writing and teaching has been geared to college students and older, he is also the author of a Bible curriculum for children called Telling God’s Story (parents’ guide, year one teachers’ guide, year one student activity book).

    In this episode, we visit with Peter about what a Bible curriculum written by a Biblical scholar might look like (and how it intersects with his recent book for adults called The Bible Tells Me So), and why his approach might be different than others you’re used to seeing. file | Duration: 25:56 | Size: 11.91M | Recorded on June 29, 2015

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