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The Kindlings Muse

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An intelligent, imaginative, hospitable exploration of ideas that matter in contemporary life. Recorded before a live audience that participates in the conversation – at Hale's Ales Brewery & Pub in Fremont, WA and at The Walker-Ames room in Kane Hall at The University of Washington. The Kindlings Muse at Hale's Ales is hosted by Dr. Jeff Keuss leading a panel of experts and artists on how culture, faith, intellect, and the arts interact. The Kindlings Muse at Earl Palmer Ministries is hosted by Dick Staub as the Rev. Earl Palmer discusses books every thinking human should read. **Donate to The Kindlings to support these podcasts:

Customer Reviews

Great content and guests. Annoying hosts.

This podcast has some great food for thought, provided by some terrific guests who have varying perspectives on the issues. I recently listened to the episode where they discussed our culture's obsession with zombies and vampires. Fascinating stuff!

Unfortunately, the host is apparently too loaded with caffeine and sometimes cuts off the guests while they are talking. I'm guessing that it is his attempt to keep things light and humorous, but his interjections are a distraction at best and an annoyance at worst. I'm really interested in what the guests have to say, so I do wish he would let them finish a thought without tossing in his comments. If he could tone it down a notch, this podcast is 5-star in my opinion.

Not just for Christians...

I am an agnostic relapsed cath-jew, but I love this podcast. Of course it varies from guest to guest and topic to topic, but generally I appreciate the thoughtful discussion and comfortable family atmosphere that somehow transfers over itunes. I have stopped by for a couple of their shows in Seattle, and they are a nice group of real people.

Best. Podcast. Ever.

This is my absolute favorite podcast! I listen to about 30 podcast on a regular basis, but this one is the best. The host Dick Staub is very good at what he does. The topics are very thought provoking and spiritually stimulating. The intersections of the arts, culture, and faith are found in various forms which never disappoint. Great guests, great topics, and a great time listening to this podcast. Please give it a listen!

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