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Pastor Evan's links at your leisure (April 27, 2020)

This week I present you with some podcasts I frequently listen to, ranging from humorous to political to scientific to theological. You'll find something to pique your interest.



OnScript is a series of conversations on current biblical scholarship.


Alastair Roberts offers readings and reflections on a wide range of biblical and ethical topics


Language of God, from BioLogos, is a podcast on faith and science


Listen to the Candice Malcolm Show for a conservative take on Canadian politics


Faith Angle is a podcast on politics and public life which brings together journalists and scholars for in-depth discussions of current issues


City Journal's 10 Blocks podcast features rich conversations on public policy and culture


A weekly report on the COVID-19 pandemic from infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm.


At Femsplainers, Christina Hoff Sommers and Danielle Critenden talk about everything from "#metoo and sex to, well, doing the dishes. No topic is off-limits - unless it’s boring"


The editor of Spiked magazine in the U.K. talks about all things social and political on The Brendan O'Neill Show.


Ask N.T. Wright Anything is the fortnightly podcast that connects you to NT (Tom) Wright’s thought and theology by allowing you to ask the questions



(Disclaimer: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed by the authors in the links provided here belong solely to them and do not necessarily represent Calgary Chinese Baptist Church. These links are provided for your interest and as a means for stimulating discussion within this church.)

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