John Heers takes you beyond rhetorical "rabbits" and the shallow approach that the media and most thinkers today take to examine contemporary cultural phenomena. Using theology, history, philosophy and years of travel in Mali, the Republic of Georgia, Haiti, and beyond, Heers offers a refreshing take to how we got to where we are now. WAWTAR is all about talking about those heavy things… lightly.
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From the Montanika conference earlier this year. John talks about how we should be living in this world. more
Part 2 of our bathing miniseries. Today John takes a historical look at getting clean, both culturally and ritually. more
Bathing. Washing. Immersing in water to become clean. What is bathing and by extension...baptism? more
John is a great conversationalist and most importantly is curious about the important things. A great listen.
Heavy things, done lightly. Perfect.
Great to get an old world perspective!
Why do I have a huge smile on my face and a twinkle in my eye as I walk down the street in the joyless wastelands of suburban New Jersey? That’s right, it’s because Im listening to WATAR. In this podcast, John Heers consistently finds new ways to remind us listeners that we are much more than our minds would have us think. Do yourself a favor and reinvigorate your heart with a periodic dose of honest, authentic, and sorely needed talk.
This is a great podcast that views a variety of topics using theology and history to try to make sense of everything going on in the world today. This podcast uses the lense of Eastern Orthodoxy but also discusses the important old world versus new world distincition.
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