Nora and Natalia met on the internet and quickly formed a mutual admiration society which grew into a friendship and many conversations about life and loss and faith and God. They knew there was a place in the current cultural and political climate for a kind of Christianity that was not “THAT kind of Christian”. So Cafeteria Christian was born. They are reclaiming this pejorative for good and reminding people that even when it comes to Christianity and faith, you can take what you like and leave the rest.
Nora Flips Arizona
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Jesse and Natalia process the non-results of the election, and no matter who wins, the reality that half of our neighbors and citizens voted for someone else.
Our 100th Episode!!
It’s our 100th Episode!!!! Nora, Natalia, Jesse, and Emmy take turns reading from CCers about why they listen, and reflect on the last 100 episodes.
What's on your tray?
Nora McInerny, Natalia Terfa, Emmy Kegler, and Jess Ross catch up with the world, wonder about spirituality, and bring some laughter to your day.
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Being Blue Among Red State Christians
Angela Denker, author of Red State Christians, joins Emmy and Natalia with insights from her research interviewing Christians of very different political convictions.
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Show notes: Nora, Natalia, and Emmy talk about individualism and how it is antithetical to Christian community, Jesus v Paul, and if faith is a mirror or a window. Digressions include: taxes, Clueless, parenting asmr, and peeing in your pants.
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Great non-dingbat podcast
I had a religious Christian upbringing in the rural US and left the church because my understanding of God and what Christians are called to do in the world (social justice, caring for our neighbors, etc.) didn’t seem to be reflected in the churches around me. This podcast has been so refreshing to see that other people actually got that same message from the Bible and think that a lot of the other stuff is kind of messed up! Nora, Natalia, Emmy, and Jesse are all great!
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Love this podcast
Love love love. Highly recommend this podcast. I feel like through listening to this podcast I’ve not only learned about current events and God but I’ve also learned about myself. I love the motto of take what you like and leave the rest.