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Peter Rollins - The Archive

By Peter Rollins

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This is an archive of various talks and reflections that Peter has given in recent years. The archive is constantly being updated with old and new material, so subscribe to be kept up to date.

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Mind blowing pyro-theology

So happy to see this collection of insightful, clever and moving talks published! Start anywhere and you’ll be hooked. Pete is a super engaging storyteller and his thoughts and insights are well researched and profound.

Listen and learn

Grateful that Peter put these talks up. Great collection of fascinating material. Whether or not religious ideas interest you, these are insightful opportunities to engage culture in our day.

So glad I found PR - please improve audio quality!!!

I first learned about Peter Rollins through some interviews he did with other podcasters. I love hearing his perspective. I subscribed and look forward to every one of his messages and discussions.

But Peter, PLEASE improve the sound quality! I know that you often take these from FB Live recordings which is probably done straight into your phone or laptop. But sometimes the sound quality is so poor that I cannot understand you. And sometimes it's so unintelligible that I stop listening. I normally listen to podcasts when I'm driving around or doing work at home and I just have it play from my phone... not through headphones or blue tooth. So the end user sound quality is already bad. Combining that with poor recorded quality makes for a poor podcast product... as far as the audible product, not content.

A few hundred dollars can get you a mic, a mic stand, a cable, and an interface. Put that into software (many are free) and you can have top-notch sound quality.

I'm an audio/recording guy, so I speak passionately about audio quality, but I'm also a human being and speak passionately about your messages and discussions.

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