It’s been nine or ten months since the last time I recorded an episode of The Pietist Schoolman Podcast. I don’t want to say that PSP will never have a third season, but it’s definitely on hiatus for the foreseeable future.
But that doesn’t you can’t find me on iTunes…
This week I was part of a new episode of Live from AC2nd, the namesake podcast on a network masterminded by my friend Sam Mulberry and featuring colleagues from Bethel University. Like the insightful Election Shock Therapy (with political scientists Chris Moore, Mitchell Krumm, and Andy Bramsen) and the highly entertaining Amy Makes Us Try Stuff (in which historian Amy Poppinga makes Sam and Chris, well, try stuff — e.g., the TV show Justified), Live from AC2nd has a simple concept: turn on the microphones and let listeners eavesdrop on conversations like those we Christian college professor types have over lunch.
For example, on this week’s episode, Sam, Chris, Amy, and I were joined by philosopher (and author) Sara Shady to share what we’re currently reading. The conversation took us from friendship (Sara) to the Appalachian Trail (Amy) to human flourishing (yours truly).
I’m not sure how often I’ll be on Live from AC2nd, but subscribe to the channel just to make sure you’re covered. And it might be that a new podcast of my own will show up before too long.