Conversations on Writing, Reading, & the Christian Life

Host: Chase Replogle

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Join me as I interview pastors, authors, and writing experts in my journey to better understand the calling and the craft of writing, reading, and living the Christian life.

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Episode 65

Phil Ayres

Getting Started Writing

Phil is a pastor and writer. He joins me to talk about the challenge of getting started and how the work of writing pays for itself.
00:00 39:25

Episode 64

Chase Replogle

Aladdin, Self-Expression, and Our Search for a Happily Ever After

This past week, I got a chance to see the new Aladdin. My thoughts turned into an article and I wanted to share it with you here on the podcast.
00:00 21:00

Episode 63

Jon Bailey

The Lost Art of Listening to the Bible

Jon Bailey is the co-founder of the Dwell Bible App. He joins me to talk about listening to the Bible and how his team has redesigned the experience.
00:00 34:43

Episode 62

Chris Nye

Reflections on Pastoral Writing

Chris Nye is a pastor and writer with a new book being published by Baker this May. He joins me to reflect on pastoral writing.
00:00 47:37

Episode 61

Alan Noble

The Writer As Disruptive Witness

According to Alan Noble's book, Disruptive Witness, our evangelistic approaches may not be accomplishing what we imagine they are. In an age of secularism and distraction, Christians need to think deeply about how we share and practice our faith.
00:00 38:31

Episode 60

Chase Replogle

Easter and Mark's Strange Gospel Ending

It's Easter month and I've been reflecting on the strange ending to Mark's resurrection story. Our oldest manuscripts have the gospel ending abruptly in verse 8, without us ever seeing the resurrected Christ. What's Mark up to and what can we learn from it.
00:00 22:33

Episode 59

Adam Lewis Greene

Redesigning Your Bible Reading Experience

Adam Lewis Greene is the designer behind the top Kickstarter Bibliotheca campaign to redesign a reader-friendly version of the Bible.
00:00 49:01

Episode 58

David Rawlings

From Non-Fiction to a Debut Novel

David Rawlings is a seasoned copywriter and non-fiction author but joins me to talk about his debut novel, The Baggage Handler.
00:00 41:42

Episode 57

Pierce Taylor Hibbs

A Christian Perspective on Language

Pierce Taylor Hibbs serves as the Associate Director of the Theological English Department at Westminster Theological Seminary.
00:00 54:23

Episode 56

Glenna Marshall

Writing with a Young Family

Glenna is a pastor's wife, a mom to two boys, a musician, and writer. Her first book, The Promise is His Presence: Why God is Always Enough, releases this summer.
00:00 38:35

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