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Raves for “Tony and Shane Uncut”

Posted on: August 22, 2014

Tony-and-Shane-Eastern-271x300 Two of the most important voices of the 21st Century church. This is a conversation you do NOT want to miss.

Jim Wallis, Author of God’s Politics & President of Sojourners

This should challenge anybody with a heart.
Aiden Enns, Geez magazine,

In an ocean of self-indulgent consumerism, an island of sanity and realism. A powerful resource in the move toward well-being.
Walter Brueggemann, Columbia Theological Seminary

Theologically sound, intellectually enlightening, and morally engaging.
Justo L. Gonzalez, Author of The Story of Christianity

Practical, creative ways you can live more simply in ways that make a real difference for our poorest neighbors and God’s good creation.
Tom Sine, Author of The Mustard Seed Conspiracy

Profound and humorous, full of touching stories, compelling testimonials.
John de Graaf, Co-Producer and Co-Author of Affluenza: the All-Consuming Epidemic

Tony and Shane Uncut Finale — Tony Campolo & Shane Claiborne’s complete dialog on simpler living and global justice, in eight parts. To LISTEN visit the Episode Index. The topics are different for each episode.

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What’s NOW with SLW

  • Simple Living Humor? What’s That?  A problem with simple living is that we’re so serious. We don’t even know what to call ourselves. “Simple Livers” seems so anatomical. I mean our heart is really in it, but our livers? We might as well call ourselves Simple Kidneys. • Spirit of Simplicity: Quotes & Art cartoons: Christmas #’s 3-A001-A004 (cartoons by Dan Livdahl) | Earth Care #’s 5-A028-A038 (cartoons by Steve Babbert) | Economics #’s 7-A026, A035 (cartoons by Steve Babbert) • Get Satisfied Gallery (cartoons & short video by Mike Swofford) • Bob Sitze’ Simple Enough blog is often humorous in a sophisticated way. Six algorithms I’d like to see is especially funny.

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  • Tom and Christine Sine of Mustard Seed Associates — SLW!Podcast, Sept. 1

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