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Channel 3900 is a podcast network that features professors from a variety of fields who teach at a Christian Liberal Arts College in Minnesota. Shows range from the sublime to the ridiculous and cover topics that are cultural, scholarly, spiritual, and personal. E-mail the show at channel3900@gmail.com.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 34 Ratings

Channel 3900 is a podcast network that features professors from a variety of fields who teach at a Christian Liberal Arts College in Minnesota. Shows range from the sublime to the ridiculous and cover topics that are cultural, scholarly, spiritual, and personal. E-mail the show at channel3900@gmail.com.

    The Latchkey Kids - Episode 4: “Do you wanna ride bikes?”

    The Latchkey Kids - Episode 4: “Do you wanna ride bikes?”

    The Latchkey Kids (Amy Poppinga and Sam Mulberry) are back to talk the central role of bike riding to the life of a child in the 1980s.


    Here are links to the movie trailers we watch in the Podcast:


    BMX Bandits (1983) - https://vimeo.com/65790584


    Rad (1986) - https://vimeo.com/13478473


    Quicksilver (1986) - https://youtu.be/r4e2iEvIRIQ

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Avatar with Academics - Episode 50 - “Nightmares and Daydreams”

    Avatar with Academics - Episode 50 - “Nightmares and Daydreams”

    Sam Mulberry (Generation X) and Annie Berglund (Millennial) join together to watch their way through Avatar: The Last Airbender.  In this episode they examine “Book 3: Fire, Chapter 9: Nightmares and Daydreams”. 


    For more information about Avatar with Academics or to find all of our episodes, check out our website: https://avatarwithacademics.wordpress.com/

    • 1 hr 51 min
    Tweet Victory - Episode 116: Cheetos are the blacklight of snack foods

    Tweet Victory - Episode 116: Cheetos are the blacklight of snack foods

    @Annie_Berglund and @CWCRadio connect from opposite sides of the globe to discuss the Tweet of the Week which leads them to learn a little more about how we all fit into the crazy human comedy we call life.

    • 14 min
    The Latchkey Kids - Episode 3: “A Very Special Episode”

    The Latchkey Kids - Episode 3: “A Very Special Episode”

    The Latchkey Kids (Amy Poppinga and Sam Mulberry) are back to talk about the idea of “very special” episodes and dive into the classic Family Ties episode “Say Uncle” (1984).

    • 54 min
    Avatar with Academics - Episode 49 - “The Puppetmaster”

    Avatar with Academics - Episode 49 - “The Puppetmaster”

    Sam Mulberry (Generation X) and Annie Berglund (Millennial) join together to watch their way through Avatar: The Last Airbender.  In this episode they examine “Book 3: Fire, Chapter 8: The Puppetmaster”. 


    For more information about Avatar with Academics or to find all of our episodes, check out our website: https://avatarwithacademics.wordpress.com/

    • 1 hr 54 min
    Tweet Victory - Episode 115: Macaroni and Cheese by the Bucket

    Tweet Victory - Episode 115: Macaroni and Cheese by the Bucket

    @Annie_Berglund and @CWCRadio connect from opposite sides of the globe to discuss the Tweet of the Week which pushes the limits of buying in bulk.

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

lucidcarbon ,

Sober, informed discussion from an interesting perspective

Full disclosure: I went to grad school with Chris Moore, one of the hosts of this show.

But here's the thing, I'm an atheist, and this show is by four professors at an Evangelical Christian college. This is not normally a perspective that I would be inclined to listen to, and I've found myself very impressed with this show.

First off, the four professors who host are very informed and are dedicated to being balanced and advancing an educational mission. That means they don't over-claim. They don't take cheap shots.

Secondly, I have been really interested in the diversity of opinion within Evangelical Christianity. We tend to paint with a broad brush and assume that evangelicals have a uniform perspective, which is just not the case. Learning about the campus engaging with #BlackLivesMatter, for example, was eye opening for me.

I highly recommend this show regardless of your political persuasion.

Sophie123456789 ,

Very good

These are my professors at Bethel, and I love hearing their insights on the presidential race. They bring an interesting intellectual perspective and analysis to the election, and that sets them apart from other podcasts about politics.

Jaydeebeas ,

Great political discussion!

I enjoyed the first episode and look forward to subsequent ones! I appreciate the knowledge and objective discussion. Thanks, guys, for putting this out there.

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