Hear the conclusion of Phil’s conversation with Matt Hartley, including Matt’s defense of the infamous “Martha” scene in “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.” Phil and Matt then discuss their shared love of “WandaVision.”
In this episode Phil welcomes back Matt Hartley, Director of the University of North Florida Interfaith Center. Hear them discuss details of a new ecumenical anti-racism initiative for Jacksonville churches–the Jacksonville Repentance Project–followed by their long-awaited showdown over the merits of the 2016 blockbuster, “Batman v. Superman.”
The Reverend Jennifer Butler is the founding Executive Director of Faith in Public Life (FPL), a national movement of clergy and faith leaders united in the prophetic pursuit of justice, equality, and the common good. Prior to leading FPL, Rev. Butler spent ten years working in the field of international human rights representing the Presbyterian Church (USA) at the United Nations. She has also served as chair of the White House Council on Faith and Neighborhood Partnerships under the Obama Administration. Rev. Butler joins us today to talk about her latest book: Who Stole My Bible: Reclaiming Scripture as a Handbook for Resisting Tyranny.
Phil and Thomas finish their conversation talking about the nature of ministry.
In this episode Phil and Thomas talk about parenting, embodied spiritual practices, and the evolution of God.