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Seminary Dropout

By Shane Blackshear: Interviews with N.T. Wright, Christena Cleveland, Greg Boyd & More!

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Seminary Dropout- It’s not full on academia like in seminary, but that’s not to say that theology nerds won’t like it as well, because it’s not Youth Camp either. There’s no Greek or Hebrew translation home work, but there are also no trust falls. There will be fun, insightful, personal, thoughtful and engaging interviews with Christian leaders, thinkers, bloggers, authors and theologians.

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great interviews

I only recently discovered Seminary Dropout, and have loved catching up on all the interviews. This podcast has moved to the top of my playlist every time a new podcast is added. Such great guests, relevant questions and thoughtful discussion.

Lovely chat… almost fire side like

I am not a christian even though I was brought up catholic. However, I believe in God and I love Shane’s chats… I have gotten so much value out of listening to this. I am a huge fan.

Layed back but rich in content.

So far have listened to an interview with NT Wright and another with Lisa Harper. Shane has an acute mind but a layback style. I have listened to many NT interviews but there was a new angle and freshness and knowledgeable approach that made me share this one with friends. Same thing with Lisa Harper who'd I'd never heard of. There is an "intelligent love" happening with these podcasts. A couple of brief inoffensive adds at beginning and, but I guess a guys got to eat.

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