O Jesus, Where art thou? (DnD Podcast Ep. 14)

Ron has questions. Nobody has answers. And that’s okay.

This is part 2 of a special 2-part series on Ron’s faith journey. It’s a journey that started in November 2016 with the election of a certain sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot as POTUS, and the evangelical church’s support of said man. Ron was one of the millions of people whose faith was thrown topsy-turvy as he struggled with how to process what it means to no longer believe how (or what) you used to believe.

In this special episode, you’ll hear from three Christian podcasters, a Christian hip-hop music video director, and a Lutheran Pastor about how their respective faith journeys led them to where they are now. If you’re a person who has dealt with the deconstruction of your Christian faith, this podcast is a love letter to you.

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The Guests

My fifth grade photo:

Audubon Elementary 5th Grade Class of '79
That’s me and Caitlin front row, left. (Audubon Elementary, Altadena, CA)

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Copyrights & Credits

Music for the show was licensed from Artlist and curated from FreeMusicArchive.org. Creative commons songs included in this episode (in order of appearance):

  • “Reunion” by Jahzzar (CC BY-SA)
  • “NirvanaVEVO” by Chris Zabriskie (CC BY)

Clips used in this episode

Lecrae “Welcome to America” (directed and edited by Isaac Deitz)

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As an audio documentary series, we sometimes use news, movie, video, and music clips under Fair Use. We take artists’ work and copyrights very seriously. As such, we adhere closely to the law, transforming the work and/or minimizing the use of clips for purposes of explanation, critique, education, or satire. Copyrighted music used to enhance the episode is purchased, or licensed under creative commons. Any inclusion of popular or copyrighted music not so licensed, is used sparingly under the guidelines of good fair use practices. For more information, we highly recommend “The Documentary Filmmaker’s Best Practices of Fair Use.”

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