A.J. Swoboda: A Glorious Dark

Swoboda_AGloriousDark_wSPine.inddDr. A.J. Swoboda joins the show to discuss the full Easter weekend experience, telemarketing, Hell, the Portland of the South, the hipster ethos, grace as a hall pass, living in the pain of Friday, awkwardness of Saturday and the joy of Sunday, and his newest book A Glorious Dark.

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2 thoughts on “A.J. Swoboda: A Glorious Dark”

  1. The most important day is Monday. That is the day after the weekend experience. Sunday for the Jews was the first workday of a regular week. As early Christians, in a Jewish world, celebrated Sunday not just because that is when Christ was resurrected, but as the rest of the world began a new week, they chose to assemble as believers. It is what we do during the week that should be the difference between believers and non-believers.

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