The Hutchmoot Podcast podcast

The Hutchmoot Podcast

The Rabbit Room Podcast Network

We call Hutchmoot a “conference for everyone,” so it follows that this is a “podcast for everyone.” This series features sessions recorded at the Rabbit Room’s annual conference which celebrates art, music, story, and faith in all their many intersections.

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    The Indispensable Feast

    1:05:04

    The Hutchmoot Podcast features some of our favorite sessions recorded at our annual conference which celebrates art, music, story, and faith in all their many intersections. Today, it is our pleasure to share a session led by Lanier Ivester and Steve Guthrie called “The Indispensable Feast” from 2021’s Hutchmoot: Homebound, in both video and audio form. Feasting is one of the foundations of human culture, both sociologically and theologically. In this session, Steve and Lanier lay groundwork both for understanding why we feast as well as providing practical advice for the occasion. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Poetry Imagination's Wake-Up Call

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    We’re pleased to share a session led by Malcolm Guite and Mark Meynell called “Poetry: Imagination’s Wake-Up Call” from 2020’s Hutchmoot: Homebound, in both video and audio form. Despite its detractors, poetry couldn’t be more vital in our present age, since it is one of the most powerful means of reconciling our enlightenment-divorced reason and imagination. In conversation with Mark Meynell, the poet, priest, and scholar Malcolm Guite draws from Samuel Taylor Coleridge, C. S. Lewis, and others to make his case. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Ain't Gonna Lay My Religion Down

    48:09

    We’re pleased to share a session led by Buddy Greene and Odessa Settles called "Ain't Gonna Lay My Religion Down" from 2020’s Hutchmoot: Homebound, in both video and audio form. Through stories and music, Buddy & Odessa discuss the difficulty of living in an unjust world and how our faith can act as an anchor. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    The Old House & the New Creation

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    Andrew Peterson & Lanier Ivester reflect on the deep relationships they have with their homes and the physical places of life and how our connection to and care for the earth functions as a vital investment in both the here-and-now and in the world yet to come. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Stealing Past the Watchful Dragons

    48:03

    Writer Heidi Johnston, poet Andrew Roycroft, and painter and sculptor Ross Wilson discuss art as the light and language of the eye, asking why poetic beauty and integrity matter and exploring the role of story in shaping our understanding of the Biblical narrative. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Jonathan Rogers & Helena Sorensen: Recovery, Escape, & Consolation

    30:25

    J. R. R. Tolkien and G. K. Chesterton both make cases for the necessity of fantasy literature. In "Recovery, Escape, & Consolation: The Gifts of Fantasy," Jonathan & Helena discuss three of Tolkien’s primary arguments. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Ruth Naomi Floyd: A Theology of the Blues & Belonging

    40:38

    Ruth Naomi Floyd explores how the blues were birthed from the African American Spirituals, which is the root of American music. This body of music is deeply Christian in its pursuit of justice, and its lament is the ache for human dignity and belonging. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Russell Moore: Why We Need Fiction for Moral Formation

    44:05

    It is our pleasure to share Dr. Russell Moore's session "Why We Need Fiction for Moral Formation" from 2020's Hutchmoot: Homebound. Dr. Moore explores the ways in which fiction and story are fundamental and indispensable building blocks in our our understanding of the world, ourselves, and God. P.S. In addition to Dr. Moore's session, this episode features Andrew Peterson's welcoming address as well as his performance of "Many Roads.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Russ Ramsey: Pursuing Perfection

    1:01:42

    Michelangelo's David is widely regarded as one of the most perfect works of art ever achieved. But the artist himself was neither the first nor the last to make his mark upon that famed piece of marble. In this episode, Russ Ramsey explores the story behind this magnificent sculpture and reveals how our longing to be in the presence of perfection can often weaken the very object we long to be near. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Odessa Settles & Buddy Greene: We Help Each Other See

    1:16:28

    In this episode, we're joined by legendary musicians Buddy Greene and Odessa Settles. As they tell their stories, they explore the ways in which we grow in our understanding of the world, of each other, and of God when music allows us to see the world through someone else's eyes. After all, none of us can see the whole picture alone, and the arts are a vital way in which we discover a fuller view of everything around us. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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