Geoff and Jimmy are two priests in the Episcopal Church who revel in what the Holy Spirit is doing in the church and in the world.
May 10, 2021
Geoff and Jimmy get together for a quick episode of Two Priests in a Pod. They discuss the time required for proper dental hygiene, the books they're reading this year, and Jimmy shares a story from the General Convention of the Episcopal Church. And of course, a Hail Thee, Festival Day!
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April 26, 2021
Geoff and Jimmy are back to talk about the great anthropological divide that is the question, "what would you have done?" Then they read and discuss an email from a listener about original sin ("Do Episcopalians believe in original sin?" "We practice it every day.") After that Jimmy quizzes Geoff on the history of the Episcopal Church and they end with a Hail Thee Festival Day and warm welcome to the Huguenot diaspora.
March 22, 2021
Geoff and Jimmy are back with a new episode of Two Priests in a Pod. Jimmy shares some of his Sunday woes while Geoff talks about Karl Barth.
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February 1, 2021
Geoff and Jimmy talk about Paul's letter to Philemon, using that to explore the meaning of community, slavery, and reconciliation.
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January 18, 2021
Jimmy and Geoff start off with a bit of conversation about Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Then, Geoff shares his reflections on "Silence" by Shusaku Endo. Finally, they read an email from one of the PIPS (Priests in Pod Supporters) and share their "Hail Thee, Festival Day" moments.
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January 4, 2021
Geoff and Jimmy share their favorite music, podcasts, television shows, and books from 2020.
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Can’t get enough.
Funny and erudite!
Theology at its most humorous!
Really interesting and funny
I’m a new listener and I found this podcast just from searching Episcopal podcasts in iTunes. I’ve listened to quite a few episodes now though I don’t think I have heard all of them yet. The cameraderie between Geoff & Jimmy is fun and hearty, and they both really have a heart for the Gospel and for their parishes, I can tell. Thanks, gentlemen, for the podcasts, and please keep them coming. I’m looking forward to y’all answering my email in good time. :).