I've been working on a series of short films with my friends at The Windrider Foundation. The subject is the New Copernicans–a thesis by Dr. John Seel about the changes facing our society that are generally attributed to "millennials." John's work is fascinating, and frankly explains a lot without dismissing an entire generation as "lazy."
Episode 10 explores the tension of faith and science via my podcasts. You really should check out the whole series though.
I hate to do an entirely self-promotional blog post, but I'm too excited about a couple of recent articles about my work not to. The Kernel did a profile on me as part of their issue about podcasting. It's the fastest telling of my story, and the first time I've been turned into a comic illustration.
Also, the New York Observer did a write up following my most recent appearance in Manhattan. I was really nervous about that event because New Yorkers have a lot of entertainment options available beyond coming out (in the rain!) to see a podcaster. So, you can imagine my surprise when I walked out on stage and saw full crowd–the event sold out.
What's all this got to do with you? It turns out there are a lot of us interested in open, honest conversations about science, faith, and life.