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From "Telstar" to "Vault of Horror," from Rattigan to Kerouac, from the Village of Bray to the Village of Midwich, help PZ link old ancient news and pop culture. I think I can see him, "Crawling from the Wreckage." Will he find his way? This show is brought to you by Mockingbird! www.mbird.com

Customer Reviews

Ep.. 257 TSOP: a BENEDICTion!

What a wonderful podcast episode! I too have had to make my own personal “withdrawals” over the years only find real freedom—not in a Buddhist-like detachment—but in the Benedictine option to seek my only permanent attachment in the Crucified and Risen Lord.

Must listen more than once

PZ is very enjoyable and slightly wacky in a very good way. Edgy, even. The thing I’ve come to realize is that the best way to listen to PZs podcasts are to hear them twice. This way, you better comprehend the context of the first song, which is often quirky and sometimes even slightly cringey (delightfully so). He’s a master of engagement, thought, and entertainment. Thank you for this wonderful addition to the Internet. Please keep them coming.

Outstanding!

How does this guy exist? He’s a theologian, a Journey aficionado, a grace rager, pop-culture engager and just a downright honest fellow. Not many theologians and former-ministers take themselves as lightly as Paul Zahl and it has done much to nourish my faith. Thanks, Paul.

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