Under the clouds of cigar smoke Pastor Joshua Stump comes Back By the Woodpile to talk cancel culture, rest, prayer, the eyes of the dead and flowers springing from cow turds. 

 

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R.J.M. Blackett professor of history at Vanderbilt University and a historian of the abolitionist movement in the US. He’s written several books including “Building an Antislavery Wall”, “A Thousand Miles for Freedom” and “The Captive’s Quest for Freedom”. But today professor Blackett comes on the podcast to talk about his work “Making Freedom: The Underground Railroad and the Politics of Slavery. 

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Mr. Stephen Scott is Back by the Woodpile to talk about his long career in the arts, this time speaking about his move from England to sunny California in the late 1970s and early 1980s. We get to hear about his encounters with such legends as Larry Norman, Mark Heard, Keith Green, Louis and Mary Neely, Charlie Peacock, Mike Roe and the 77s in addition to giving some insight into the recordings of a few of his own compositions.

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Musician Jerry Chapman and Alternative Records' Randy Layton come Back By the Woodpile to talk about the upcoming releases of unearthed recordings of Two Pound Planet

 

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Journey to the West researcher Jim R. McClanahan returns to the Woodpile, this time to talk all about Zhu Bajie aka Pigsy! Origins, history, accessories, names and his faint relation to Indiana Jones.

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Musician and poet Steve Scott is back, this time to talk about the cultural and spiritual developments that he got to witness in 1960's and 70's Britain. 

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Musician and poet Steve Scott comes Back By The Woodpile to talk about not only the messages and history of the Gospel of John but the artistry found in the book as well. 

 

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Documentary director Jaime Prater talks about his film “No Place To Call Home” which explores the over 70 children and teenagers who claimed to have been abused at the Jesus People USA commune in Chicago, Illinois. Prater relays his own experience of abuse, the making of the film, the fallout of its release and the current condition of his own faith.

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We're back in the 1980s talking baseball, football, soccer, karate and one family's escape from communist Vietnam.



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We're back in our favorite decade to talk Prodigal, Bourgeois Tagg and Steve Scott, all with help from TrueTunes.com's John J Thompson!

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Artist and musician Jace Seavers tell his epic story of living nearly a decade in the Jesus People USA commune in Chicago. Consisting of good memories and nightmares both, the experience would affect his thinking and art for the rest of his life. Includes stories of Steve Scott, Daniel Amos, Cause and Effect, Crashdog, The Crossing and Rez Band.

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(Jace with one of Rez Band's original bass guitars)

 

Law and Liberty's Brian Smith joins us to talk about religion, government, history, objectivism and integralism, how they can get along and how they often don't.

 

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