The Artist’s Creed: The Man Who Read with His Mouth Closed (And the Spirit Who Didn’t)

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In Season Two of The Artist’s Creed, Steve Guthrie and Drew Miller explore the relationship between the sounding world and the Holy Spirit, asking what we can learn about God through music, speech, breath, and voice.

In this final episode of Season Two, Steve and Drew discuss the relative novelty of reading silently, our text-oriented society, the inward connotations of “spirituality,” recommendations for incorporating the “out-loud-ness” of scripture into spiritual practices, and much more.

Tune in every Wednesday at RabbitRoom.com/podcast or wherever you listen to podcasts.

Click here to listen to Season 2, Episode 6: “The Man Who Read with His Mouth Closed (And the Spirit Who Didn’t).”

And click here to read “Spirit & Sound, Part 6: The Man Who Read with His Mouth Closed (And the Spirit Who Didn’t),” which serves as the baseline for this conversation.

Transcripts are available for The Artist’s Creed. Click here to access them.


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