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What are the most memorable episodes of the Sectarian Review Podcast?

A list of some of the most popular episodes of the Sectarian Review Podcast. What are your favorites? Add, rank, and comment!


Sectarian Review 68: Exiting the Vampire Castle - Sectarian Review

A discussion with C. Derick Varn about the infamous Mark Fisher essay "Exiting the Vampire Castle," which Varn helped commission. Identity politics versus class politics

Sectarian Review 121: Why They Can't Write with John Warner - Sectarian Review

Danny Anderson interviews John Warner about his two recent books, Why They Can't Write and The Writer's Practice.

Sectarian Review 110: Office Space @ 20 - Sectarian Review

A look back at the wildly prophetic office life comedy: Mike Judge's classic film Office Space.

Sectarian Review 90: Dungeon Masters and Baptist Pastors - Sectarian Review

Find out all about how Dungeons and Dragons feeds the life of the mind and the human soul.

Episode 54: Bad Christmas Songs - Sectarian Review

Merry Christmas! And enjoy this funny and insightful critique of some truly Bad Christmas Songs. A super-sized panel (Jay Eldred, Jordan Poss, Carter Stepper, Megan Von Bergen, and Todd Pedlar) join Danny to discuss the following songs (and a few more):

“Wonderful Christmas Time”
“Last Christmas”
“Mary, Did You Know?”
“Christmas Shoes”
“Away in a Manger”
“Do They Know It’s Christmas?”

Sectarian Review 81: Black Exodus/White Evangelicalism - Sectarian Review

Learn about the reasons why since Donald Trump's election, many black Christians no longer feel at home in white churches.

Sectarian Review Podcast 117: Weezer and Capitalist Realism - Sectarian Review

An application of Mark Fisher's seminal work, Capitalist Realism, to Weezer's "Teal" album of covers.

Sectarian Review 61: Religious Enthusiasm - Sectarian Review

An exploration of "Religious Enthusiasm" and its role in the the PTL Club as well as contemporary Christianity

Sectarian Review 99: A Gospel for the Left - Sectarian Review

Ed Simon join's the show to talk about his Berfrois article "A Gospel for the Left"

Sectarian Review 115: Bible Signing - Sectarian Review

A look into the controversy and theology behind Donald Trump signing Bibles in Alabama

Sectarian Review Podcast 111: Yahia Lababidi - Sectarian Review

A wide-ranging interview with Egyptian-American poet Yahia Lababidi about his recent collection of aphorisms, Where Epics Fail. Meditations on silence, art, morality, and spirit.