Ep 60: A Discussion on Nathan Peterson's Song "Is It A Sin?"
Nathan Peterson returns to the podcast for an in depth discussion of his recent song "Is It a Sin?", which was inspired by a recent PostConsumer article on the song. It's not so much an interview as it is a conversation about the song and how we respond to art that challenges us and perhaps even offends us. This is honestly one of the more interesting episodes of the podcast that I have done. There's a rawness and emotional immediacy to our conversation worth listening in on.
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Posted by PostConsumer Reports at 22:42
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Wow, I'm blown away by this interview, Chris. Thanks to you and Nathan for the effort. It did churn up a reaction in me, which I wrote about in my blog (with a link to this interview): https://www.christianforums.com/blogs/mirrors-and-crutches.56966/
Being, with you, God's . . .
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