from the Buckle – 010
November 8, 2012
We are pleased to feature a very special episode of Dispatches from the Buckle, a bit longer than our normal middle Tennessee drive time podcast episode length, with host Lee C. Camp sitting in his family room along with Andrew Peterson who brought along his guitar and good stories.
We talked about, and Andrew played and sang about, both Andrew’s new album, as well as the fifteen year anniversary of the death of Rich Mullins, featuring special performances of LAND OF MY SOJOURN and HELLO OLD FRIENDS. Plus we talked about being swept up into THE YEARLING, old hymns, Pink Floyd, and O Holy Night. (What can we say about that, except that once again, We Break Down False Dichotomies.) So Andrew closed us out with a favorite old hymn of his. A Most Outstanding Dispatches episode, if we might say so ourselves.
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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?