Podcast Class: Seminarians Traveling Through the Gilead Quartet
In this fourteenth and final episode Renee reflect on what theyve learned about themselves after a semester of reading, discussion, and podcasting. We unpack Looking inward and not away. We examine
Spoiler alert. This episode concludes our two-week look at Jack. We discuss the questions we thought would be answered (but werent). We also wade into the waters of race, religion, marriage, and soci
In this episode we delve into the Rural Cemetery Movement, listen in on two people who are locked in a cemetery together overnight, and pay attention to the beautiful power of darkness.
Spoiler alert. In this episode we talk about the life of a knife in Lila. We also take up the ethically ambiguous question Lila brings up when she contemplates stealing a child, which prompts us to co
Coming back from Spring Break, we turn our attention once again to the pull towards home. We also tackle salting babies in Ezekiel and Lilas return to the shack.
Lila takes us into the mind, heart and surprising history of a woman, wife, mother, reader, gardener, and moviegoer. We discuss Lilas baptism and the rural-urban divide. We learn more about how Lila
Spoiler alert. This is the final episode devoted to Home. Renee wants to talk about whether or not people can change and the possibility of returning home. Kevin wants to talk about vaccine hesitancy
We continue working our way through Home. Along the way we talk about how Jack and Boughton experience the footage of Civil Rights protests on the television differently. This episode concludes with R
Home takes us into the Boughton house, where Glory, Jack, and Boughton are trying to live under one roof.
Spoiler alert. In this final episode on Gilead, we talk about Ames and Lila, figure out why Jack is back in Gilead, and debrief a sublime pastoral goodbye. We conclude by sharing a few thoughts on the