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Best William Haynes podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best William Haynes podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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This August we kick off the next Homebrewed reading group on James Cone and Black Theology. We will be joined by our lead theological facilitator, Dr. Adam Clark, Associate Professor of Theology at Xavier University. In this episode Adam and I discuss (the Father of Black Theology) James Cone, Black theology, and the present moment. After hearing t…
 
A lot of teachers aren't aware that they are struggling to make a good resume or CV, and this is as true in TESOL as it is anywhere. Due to the massive changes happening in education, having a well prepared resumé and digital portfolio can help position you well in front of hiring committees or potential employers. Brent & Ixchell break down what t…
 
Every once in a while there's a 5th Monday of the month, so we've decided to invite listeners in for some time to kick back and have fun! This is our first ever Drinks with DIESOL featuring educators from across the States! If it sounds like fun, you're invited to join us next time! Follow on Twitter @DIESOLpod to see when our next open invite is!…
 
In this episode of the Brighton Book Club, Anna talks to London poet and co-founder of Say It Back, Affly Johnson, about how her poems about love have changed over time; to local writer Jennifer Drewett about her screenplay-in-progress which depicts non-conventional love stories; to local author Joanna Rees – who has a new book out now called THE H…
 
When people ask me about my favorite authors they aren’t surprised to hear me say Alfred North Whitehead, Elizabeth Johnson, or Origen, but when I say Jason Aaron I get a look of confusion. Then I explain how much I love comics and that Jason Aaron is my absolute favorite author. When I found out that I might be able to get him on the podcast with …
 
Will and Greeze discuss some of the hottest news in the bourbon world over the last week: that Brown-Forman is selling Early Times to Sazerac. They discuss the announcement by Brown-Forman and what they think it could mean for the famed bourbon label. Then, after the 15, they discuss Press & Clover Bourbon, in the latest edition of "Greeze Goes to …
 
Dr. Stephen Haynes is the Albert Bruce Curry Professor of Religious Studies at Rhodes College and theologian-in-residence at Idlewild Presbyterian Church in Memphis, Tennessee. He joined the Rise of Bonhoeffer reading group and we decided it best to share with you. Enjoy! The figure of Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945) has become a clay puppet in mod…
 
Greeze is back in the studio for the first time in months, so why not eat some exotic meats? Will and Greeze try "Mythical Meats," which are snack sticks with things like antelope, ostrich, alligator and more... all named after mythical beasts. Then, after the 15, they try Very Olde St. Nick 12 year Kentucky Bourbon. Thanks to our wonderful sponsor…
 
In this episode we are not talking about technology in the classroom, but rather looking at how our field is involved with the bigger national conversation around racism, whiteness, and how TESOL teachers are involved with the systematic disparities happening to BIPOC in English Language Teaching. JPB Gerald is a scholar in the field focusing on th…
 
Dr. Reggie Williams is the Associate Professor of Christian Ethics at McCormick Theological Seminary and author of Bonhoeffer’s Black Jesus:Harlem Renaissance Theology and an Ethic of Resistance. The book is an analysis of exposure to Harlem Renaissance intellectuals, and worship at Harlem’s Abyssinian Baptist on the German pastor and theologian Di…
 
Will and Greeze sample a barrel aging experiment done by their mad bourbon scientist friend Cos. He took a wet apple brandy barrel and aged a mixture of basically every American whiskey he owned in it for 67 days. We sample the finished product, the apple brandy itself, the blend from the first day, and 30 days into aging. It's a fun, unique experi…
 
Dr. Jeffrey C Pugh joined the podcast tag-team of Crackers & Grape Juice + Homebrewed Christianity for a special live streaming Happy Hour. Dr. Pugh kicks things off by giving us 5 reasons to go Bonhoeffer… theologically speaking and then all sorts of things Qs find their As. It was a blast. If you want some more Bonhoeffer then come join the HBC C…
 
Will and Greeze catch up on what each other have been up to, which covers things like: Missy Elliott, planting trees, Tim being stained, NDAs, and all sorts of other nonsense. Then, the 15, they try Baker's 13 year old Single Barrel Bourbon. Thanks to our wonderful sponsors: Magic is Virtual by Ty Gallenbeck -- Visit TyGallenbeck.com to book your v…
 
On this episode of The Brighton Book Club, Anna discusses the joys of re-reading, lockdown reading, coming-of-age novels - and asks her guests what we should all have on our TBR piles. Anna is joined (virtually) this month by Laura Lockington, who discusses her lockdown reading experiences (and letdowns.) Michelle Donkin and Andrew Allen from Cast …
 
This is a really fun conversation with one of the most influential living scientist. Dr. Christof Koch is neuroscientist pioneering th the neural bases of consciousness. He is the president and chief scientist of the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle. In this conversation we discuss… Christof’s journey into the brain sciences and work wi…
 
Finally back out at the barn, the guys do a take off of the #whiskeyinabox sensation started by Dixon Dedman during quarantine. Will, Greeze, Chris and Joe B all had their wives pick a whiskey for them to do completely blind. Then they rank them and guess what they are. Thanks to our wonderful sponsors: Magic is Virtual by Ty Gallenbeck -- Visit Ty…
 
I had a blast talking with Dr. Mark Wallace. We ended up having so much fun we’ve decided to do it again. Be on the lookout for details about a Homebrewed Happy Hour in which we will discuss Christian Animism and the questions/topics you send in. After you hear his account of Jesus as a Shaman or the incantatory nature of faith, I am sure you will …
 
Ixchell & Brent talk culturally responsive teaching and literature with Dr. Mary Patton, Professor of ESOL at El Centro Community College in Dallas, and President of TEXTESOL V. This discussion covers finding novels that engage students, recognizing where students are coming from, and of course, how technology impacts their learning.…
 
I have new nerd crush and it is Dr. Susan M. Shaw. This episode was one of the most fun conversations I have had in a while. It may be because we are both members of an endangered theological species… cradle southern baptists who went process, but none the less it was so fun it went for three hours and I had to edit it down! Susan M. Shaw is profes…
 
Will and Greeze catch up on some happenings in Greeze's wedding biz, including a podcaskers nuptials. Then Will gets in to a moral dilemma surrounding a broken down Italian car and corona virus. Then, after the 15, they drink some New Riff picks. Cheers and support us on Patreon to see video versions of these shows. Patreon.com/thepodcask…
 
Jacob J. Erickson is Assistant Professor of Theological Ethics at Trinity College Dublin. He previously taught Religion and Environmental Studies at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, USA. There is no good reason not to follow him on twitter. This conversation came after a Jacob gave a lecture in the Theology and Ethics seminar at New Colle…
 
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