The Industrial Religious Complex
Welcome to another Thursday UNFILTERED substack article, the only substack newsletter that is shocked that no one has invited its author to speak in Hawaii yet, so it’s beginning to wonder if any Christians exist in that state.
Because most of you are already subscribed to my two podcasts (“The Insurgence Podcast” and “Christ is All”), I rarely feature a podcast episode in these UNFILTERED articles.
Today, however, I’m making an exception.
This is for the newbies to our Thursday email list as well as those of you who haven’t gotten around to subscribing to the podcasts yet.
Episode 185 of the Christ is All podcast is entitled “Industrial Church and Discipleship,” and the response has been remarkable.
It’s an episode I’d like to see spread since it boldly dismantles some common misconceptions.
I also share a number of things I’ve never before made public.
The episode isn’t long, but you’ll want to make sure you hear it all until the end.
You can find it on any podcast app (just search “Christ is all” with my name).
If you prefer YouTube, you can listen to it on our YT channel here.
(If you find the episode valuable, please “like” and “share” the video. That helps more people find it.)
By the way, Part 1 of the same interview is entitled “Dancing on the Edges,” and you can find it on the Christ is All podcast also (including our YouTube channel).
Part 3 releases next week (5/23/23). It’s called “What Concerns Me Most.”
If you’re subscribed to the Christ is All podcast, you’ll get it.
All three episodes go together.
But Part 2 (today’s feature above) is one you don’t want to miss.
Until next Thursday,
Your brother in the costly but glorious quest,
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