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Hutchmoot Podcast: Pursuing Perfection

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Michelangelo’s David is widely regarded as one of the most perfect works of art ever achieved. But the artist himself was neither the first nor the last to make his mark upon that famed piece of marble. In this episode, Russ Ramsey explores the story behind this magnificent sculpture and reveals how our longing to be in the presence of perfection can often weaken the very object we long to be near.

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The Habit Podcast: Claire Holley

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The Habit Podcast is a series of conversations with writers about writing, hosted by Jonathan Rogers. This week, Jonathan Rogers talks with singer-songwriter Claire Holley.

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The Habit Podcast: Emily P. Freeman

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The Habit Podcast is a series of conversations with writers about writing, hosted by Jonathan Rogers. This week, Jonathan Rogers talks with Emily P. Freeman, author of The Next Right Thing, creator of the Next Right Thing Podcast, and co-founder of the online writing community Hope Writers.

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“A White Man’s Lament for the Death of God’s Beloved”

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We’re grateful to share this new song from Andrew Peterson today, and grateful he wrote it. Link to the video and full lyrics are included in this post.

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The Habit Podcast: Jericho Brown (feat. Matt Conner)

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Jonathan Rogers loved Matt Conner’s interview with Jericho Brown so much that he wants you to hear it, too. Jericho Brown won the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for his collection The Tradition and is one of America’s great literary geniuses.

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The Second Muse: The Lost Art of Listening (Epilogue)

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In this last episode of Season Two, Drew Miller asks three questions of the Rabbit Room staff: How did you listen to music growing up and how have your listening habits changed? What is your advice for becoming a better listener? And who are some artists you’re listening to right now?

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The Habit Podcast: Amy Alznauer

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The Habit Podcast is a series of conversations with writers about writing, hosted by Jonathan Rogers. This week, Jonathan Rogers talks with Amy Alznauer, author of The Boy Who Dreamed of Infinity and The Strange Birds of Flannery O’Connor, professor of calculus and number theory at Northwestern University, and writer in residence at St. Gregory the Great, a Catholic church in Chicago.

The Strange Birds of Flannery O’Connor just released yesterday, June 16th.

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The Second Muse: Andrew Osenga interviews Drew Miller & Evan Redwine

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In this second-to-last episode of Season 2, Andrew Osenga joins the podcast to interview Drew Miller and Evan Redwine about Drew’s song “Death of a Dream.”

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The Habit Podcast: Michael Ward

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The Habit Podcast is a series of conversations with writers about writing, hosted by Jonathan Rogers. This week, Jonathan Rogers talks with Michael Ward, C. S. Lewis scholar and author of Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C. S. Lewis.

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Hutchmoot Podcast: We Help Each Other See

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In this episode, we’re joined by legendary musicians Buddy Greene and Odessa Settles. As they tell their stories, they explore the ways in which we grow in our understanding of the world, of each other, and of God when music allows us to see the world through someone else’s eyes. After all, none of us can see the whole picture alone, and the arts are a vital way in which we discover a fuller view of everything around us.

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The Second Muse: Taylor Leonhardt & Lucas Morton

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In Season 2, Episode 10, Drew Miller talks with Taylor Leonhardt and Lucas Morton about the making of Taylor’s new song “Hold Still” from her upcoming album.

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Hutchmoot Podcast: Music for the Broken

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In this conversation from Hutchmoot 2019, acclaimed jazz musician Ruth Naomi Floyd and author Mark Meynell use African American spirituals and the works of Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich to examine the power of music and its ability to carry us through the darkest of human experiences.

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