Guest Info/BIo: This week I have a long overdue conversation with Shane Claiborne. Shane is a best-selling author, renowned activist, sought-after speaker, and self-proclaimed “recovering sinner.” Shane writes and speaks around the world about peacemaking, social justice, and Jesus, and is the author of several books including “The Irresistible Revolution,” “Jesus for President,” and his newest book “Executing Grace.” He is the visionary leader of The Simple Way in Philadelphia and co-director of Red Letter Christians. His work has been featured in Fox News, Esquire, SPIN, TIME, the Wall Street Journal, NPR, and CNN.


(Select) Guest Publications: The Irresistible Revolution; Jesus for President; Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals; Beating Guns: Hope for People Who are Weary of Violence; and Red Letter Revolution: What if Jesus Really Meant What He Said?


Guest Links:

Twitter: @ShaneClaiborne


Special Music By:

The Collection

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Enjoy the music? Songs heard on this episode were: “Beautiful Life” from the album, Entropy; “Sing of the Moon” from the album, Listen to the River; “The Middle of Me” and “Heartache” from the EP, I Love You, and I Think I Like You Too.

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