Well now, here's the beginning of a new thing. Here is the first episode of the Messianic Folklore Podcast. These are short immersive pieces; theological reflections and sound collages, on sacred text, embodied life and radical imagination.
These’ll be monthly, to begin with at least.
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—The island of Patmos
—Margins, non-places, outlaw culture and exile
—Europe’s open air prisons
—The language of divinity and destitution
—The religion of the oppressed
Here’s a post from my friend Vanessa Chamberlin on her trip to Patmos.
Here’s my friend Danielle Wilson talking about the camp at Lesvos.