James Cary and Barry Cooper are two English friends who live 4000 miles apart and enjoy theology, culture and the arts. Now they record themselves and call it a podcast. Thanks, internet.
#99 Cooper's Mix Tape
In the second of two episodes, Cooper is in the hotseat as Cary plays Desert Island Discs. Cooper choses one song that explained his life at the time but didn't know it. And he has a surprisingly timed rant about electronic music. Here's Barry's list on...
#98 Cary's Mix Tape
Finally we get to talk about music, that Cooper has always wanted to Have Words about. And Cary has resisted. Until now. In the first of two episodes, Cooper and Cary play Desert Island Discs. This time, Cary picks out ten tracks that are significant in...
#97 Any Given Sunday
What do you do of a Sunday? Or is the Lord's Day? Or Resurrection Day? How do you feel about emptying the dishwasher or ironing? Do we need rest? Why don't we want to? And why do we have seven day weeks? Cooper and Cary Have all kinds of Words about the...
BONUS PODCAST: What Makes A Christmas Movie / Popcorn Parenting
Since Cooper and Cary aren't talking about Christmas much this year, Cary and Reformed Mythologist and friend of the show Nate Morgan Locke have been talking turkey about Christmas movies, and what makes a movie Christmassy, and seeing how it all comes...
#96 Notes From The New Rectory
What's it like being a pastor's wife? Cooper and Cary Have Words with rector's wife, mother and podcaster, Anna Putt. Is her life what she signed up for? NB: Sorry about the sound. Anna's microphone dramatically improves 9 minutes in.Listen to Anna and...
#95 Prayerway To Heaven
James and Barry discuss the "Sinner's Prayer", that staple of evangelistic sermons, books and courses. Helping our lovable chimps is the evangelist and author Glen Scrivener. At the end, James and Barry also have a quick chat about the Alpha Course....
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Great—two guys talking about stuff you’re interested in (assuming you’re a Reformedish Christian with readerly and perhaps comic tastes) but in the British pronunciation.
My favorite episode so far!