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Dispatches from the Buckle - 068

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

Dispatches from the Buckle - 067

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.COMand the Dispatches from the Buckle Podcast, and the author of WHO IS MY ENEMY?

Dispatches from the Buckle - 066

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.COMand the Dispatches from the Buckle Podcast, and the author of WHO IS MY ENEMY?

Dispatches from the Buckle - 065

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.COMand the Dispatches from the Buckle Podcast, and the author of WHO IS MY ENEMY?