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Dispatches
from the Buckle – 070

August 22, 2014

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This week’s podcast features host Lee C. Camp’s reflections and audio snippets from a recent sojourn with students in Santiago, Chile. For more pictures on the trip, visit Lee’s Flickr album, and for more reflections on the trip, see Lee’s blog post here.

Be sure to let all your friends know about our socio-cultural experiment here. Remember, you can subscribe to Dispatches from the Buckle on ITUNES. And be sure to follow DISPATCHES ON TWITTER for all the latest.

Lee C. Camp, Professor of Theology & Ethics at Lipscomb University, in Nashville, Tennessee, is the host of WWW.TOKENSSHOW.COM and the Dispatches from the Buckle Podcast, and the author of WHO IS MY ENEMY?

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Dispatches
from the Buckle – 069

July 18, 2014

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This week, we’re pleased to share a little homiletic indulgence, as Lee calls it. Which is to say, we share a sermon by our own most outstanding host, titled “Salsa and Queso, Salt and Light.” It was delivered on 13 March 2011 and looks at the “salt and light” passage from the Sermon on the Mount.

Next week, if all goes according to plan, we’ll begin sharing some sundries from Lee’s recent semester abroad in Santiago, Chile.

Peace unto thee all, especially those who made the trek out to Dayton, TN.

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Be sure to let all your friends know about our socio-cultural experiment here. Remember, you can subscribe to Dispatches from the Buckle on ITUNES. And be sure to follow DISPATCHES ON TWITTER for all the latest.

Lee C. Camp, Professor of Theology & Ethics at Lipscomb University, in Nashville, Tennessee, is the host of WWW.TOKENSSHOW.COM and the Dispatches from the Buckle Podcast, and the author of WHO IS MY ENEMY?

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Dispatches
from the Buckle – 068

July 11, 2014

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This week, we share the closing segments from our The Prophetic Ethic show. We are pleased to include three Over the Rhine numbers: Called Home, Gonna Let My Soul Catch My Body, and Trumpet Child. We also include a vignette by our Tokens Radio Players and Lee’s closing monologue. We hope you enjoy.

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Be sure to let all your friends know about our socio-cultural experiment here. Remember, you can subscribe to Dispatches from the Buckle on ITUNES. And be sure to follow DISPATCHES ON TWITTER for all the latest.

Lee C. Camp, Professor of Theology & Ethics at Lipscomb University, in Nashville, Tennessee, is the host of WWW.TOKENSSHOW.COM and the Dispatches from the Buckle Podcast, and the author of WHO IS MY ENEMY?

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Dispatches
from the Buckle – 067

July 4, 2014

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Hello, my friends. Welcome to another episode of Dispatches. This week, we feature some class and grass—complete with Lee’s thoughts on false dichotomies—along with Black Mountain Rag, and a waltz by Russ Barenberg called Return to the Brandywine. We hope you enjoy.

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Be sure to let all your friends know about our socio-cultural experiment here. Remember, you can subscribe to Dispatches from the Buckle on ITUNES. And be sure to follow DISPATCHES ON TWITTER for all the latest.

Lee C. Camp, Professor of Theology & Ethics at Lipscomb University, in Nashville, Tennessee, is the host of WWW.TOKENSSHOW.COM and the Dispatches from the Buckle Podcast, and the author of WHO IS MY ENEMY?

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Dispatches
from the Buckle – 066

June 27, 2014

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This week, we’re pleased to share more segments from the first act of our recent “A Prophetic Ethic” show. We’re grateful to be able to share two more songs by Over the Rhine – “All My Favorite People Are Broken” and “If a Song Could Be President.” We also share a most delightful piece from our Tokens Radio Players, and a few words of thanks to our sponsors. We hope you enjoy.

Oh, and, as our “closing hymn” exhorts, “buy our CDs” – here.

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Be sure to let all your friends know about our socio-cultural experiment here. Remember, you can subscribe to Dispatches from the Buckle on ITUNES. And be sure to follow DISPATCHES ON TWITTER for all the latest.

Lee C. Camp, Professor of Theology & Ethics at Lipscomb University, in Nashville, Tennessee, is the host of WWW.TOKENSSHOW.COM and the Dispatches from the Buckle Podcast, and the author of WHO IS MY ENEMY?

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Dispatches
from the Buckle – 065

June 20, 2014

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This week we share the opening portion of our most recent show, beginning with Lee’s opening monologue, followed by our Most Outstanding Horeb Mountain Boys performing our Tokens Theme. We finish off with Over the Rhine’s fine song, “Spark,” an interview with Prof. Walter Brueggemann, and a fine instrumental version of “House of the Rising Sun.” We hope you enjoy.

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Be sure to let all your friends know about our socio-cultural experiment here. Remember, you can subscribe to Dispatches from the Buckle on ITUNES. And be sure to follow DISPATCHES ON TWITTER for all the latest.

Lee C. Camp, Professor of Theology & Ethics at Lipscomb University, in Nashville, Tennessee, is the host of WWW.TOKENSSHOW.COM and the Dispatches from the Buckle Podcast, and the author of WHO IS MY ENEMY?

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Dispatches
from the Buckle – 064

June 13, 2014

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Walter Brueggemann on doxology as political subversion, leading into a marvelous moment with an accapella singing of one “Doxology,” and yet more conversation on the poetic as telling prophetic truth in a way that is elusive of the royal consciousness, leading into Over the Rhine’s “All Over Ohio,” which punches one in the gut with a sneaky verse from Linford…  And then conversation between Walter the theologian and Linford and Karin the singer-songwriters, in such fashion, as Linford put it, of getting under the hood of the song and pouring a bit of gasoline on the carburetor.  A podcast episode not to be missed.

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Be sure to let all your friends know about our socio-cultural experiment here. Remember, you can subscribe to Dispatches from the Buckle on ITUNES. And be sure to follow DISPATCHES ON TWITTER for all the latest.

Lee C. Camp, Professor of Theology & Ethics at Lipscomb University, in Nashville, Tennessee, is the host of WWW.TOKENSSHOW.COM and the Dispatches from the Buckle Podcast, and the author of WHO IS MY ENEMY?

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Dispatches
from the Buckle – 063

December 19, 2013

Our Social Media Editor has the week off, but we’re pleased to rerun this fine podcast from our first season of Dispatches. 

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From “The Christmas Revolution,” we feature an interview with Professor Andrew Bacevich, in which he discusses his book, The Limits of Power. Included also is a Christmas Class & Grass segment with the Annie Moses Band.

We’re grateful as always for our 2013 sponsor, Blue Coast Burrito.

Tune in to WSM (650AM or at wsmonline.com) on Christmas night to celebrate the Christmas Revolution with a whole hour show. Watch our social media outlets for details.

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Be sure to let all your friends know about our socio-cultural experiment here. Remember, you can subscribe to Dispatches from the Buckle on ITUNES. And be sure to follow DISPATCHES ON TWITTER for all the latest.

Lee C. Camp, Professor of Theology & Ethics at Lipscomb University, in Nashville, Tennessee, is the host of WWW.TOKENSSHOW.COM and the Dispatches from the Buckle Podcast, and the author of WHO IS MY ENEMY?

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Dispatches
from the Buckle – 062

December 6, 2013

Most delighted to have you listening in again this week.

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We share more highlights from past shows, including Suzy Bogguss’ rendition of “Red River Valley,” the Tokens Radio Players performing their interpretation of Steve Jobs Visits God, a little Brother Preacher, Todd Suttles very fine version of “Ain’t Gonna Study War No More,” and Buddy Greene leading us in “Shall We Gather at the River?”

We hope you enjoy.

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A reminder that tickets are on sale for our upcoming Ryman show the Sunday prior to Thanksgiving; visit tokensshow.com/tickets for more information. And Tokens on WSM-650AM continues this Sunday at six o’clock pm central, featuring more of our favorite Tokens Show segments.

Be sure to let all your friends know about our socio-cultural experiment here. Remember, you can subscribe to Dispatches from the Buckle on ITUNES. And be sure to follow DISPATCHES ON TWITTER for all the latest.

Lee C. Camp, Professor of Theology & Ethics at Lipscomb University, in Nashville, Tennessee, is the host of WWW.TOKENSSHOW.COM and the Dispatches from the Buckle Podcast, and the author of WHO IS MY ENEMY?

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Dispatches
from the Buckle – 061

November 22, 2013

Hello my friends. Welcome to Dispatches from the Buckle, the soon to be award winning podcast from the Tokens Show. This week, we’re pleased to share with you more segments from our extraordinarily most outstanding 2011 Ryman show, a show that featured Ketch Secor and Critter Fuqua of Old Crow fame alongside Mike Farris and the Roseland Rhythm Revue. We also had the Nashville Choir, Buddy Greene, and Odessa Settles singing that night.

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Today, we’ll hear an interview with Charlie Strobel of Nashville’s Room in the Inn, and we’ll close you out with the old hymn “Nearer My God to Thee.”

Tune in to WSM this Sunday night at 6:00 pm central for more from Act 2 of this Welcome Table episode. And be sure to make plans to join us at 7:30 in Nashville for Thanksgiving at the Ryman. We’ll have Vince Gill and Paul Franklin, to name but a few. Sure to be a most delightful night.

And, in this season of Thanksgiving, we give thanks especially for our 2013 presenting sponsor, Blue Coast Burrito.

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A reminder that tickets are on sale for our upcoming Ryman show the Sunday prior to Thanksgiving; visit tokensshow.com/tickets for more information. And Tokens on WSM-650AM continues this Sunday at six o’clock pm central, featuring more songs from “The Welcome Table.”

Be sure to let all your friends know about our socio-cultural experiment here. Remember, you can subscribe to Dispatches from the Buckle on ITUNES. And be sure to follow DISPATCHES ON TWITTER for all the latest.

Lee C. Camp, Professor of Theology & Ethics at Lipscomb University, in Nashville, Tennessee, is the host of WWW.TOKENSSHOW.COM and the Dispatches from the Buckle Podcast, and the author of WHO IS MY ENEMY?

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