Irenicast - Post-Evangelical Conversations on Faith and Culture
About This Show
Irenicast is a weekly podcast dedicated to conversations on faith and culture. Hosts Jeff, Mona, and Allen are post-evangelical and theological thinkers exploring various topics from pop culture to more serious issues impacting religion, society, and day-to-day life. New episodes are posted every Tuesday (with the occasional bonus episode on Fridays). In addition to thought-provoking conversation Jeff, Mona & Allen also indulge in more light-hearted segments like Jesus or Jay-Z?, Famous Christians for 100, and Jesus Juke, to name a few. Send your questions and feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most Recent Episode
Past, Present and Future - Irenicast Live - 100
In our 100th episode, we take time to reflect on the past, present and future of the show. Jeff, Mona and Allen share about who they were when the show started and reflect on what’s changed. They also share their favorite episodes and segments with other listeners who tuned in for our live recording on Facebook. ANNOUNCEMENTS After 100 straight weeks of episodes, Irenicast will be taking a bit of a break. We will have an occasional episode over the next coming weeks, but not on a weekly basis until we return from our break. Make sure not to miss anything during our break by liking and following us on our social media pages. The links for all of those are at the bottom of the show notes or on irenicast.com. We will be back! Divine Sinema is spinning off into its own podcast. It will be no longer Divine Sinema with an ‘S’, but simply Divine Cinema. We will not just look at the bad side of faith-based movies, but look at all films with faith themes. To keep up to date on information about when the new podcast will officially launch you can follow us on Twitter at @divinecinemapod. RELEVANT LINKS From Our Past, Present and Future Reflection Responding to the Global Environmental Crisis – Green Eggs and Traffic Jams – 046 (Irenicast Episode) Getting Intelligent About Emotions – A Review of Inside Out – 058