Extended show notes for the Stranger Still podcast.
Episode 1: The Vanishing of Will Byers | Support the show on Patreon
This is a picture of “faith in its lived-in condition,” valuable for believers who tend towards either overconfidence or despair, and every messy point in between.
The Battle of Winterfell was supremely entertaining, but what did it all mean?
Good people of Westeros, tonight let us sing, drink, and do good to one another, for next Sunday several of us shall surely die.
”…things that once were needful for the wise to know.”
Sure, maybe everyone will die, but here’s what I’m hoping for in the final season.
“…acknowledge, appreciate, and think rightly…”
When a magazine is full grown, it sometimes blossoms into a beautiful book.
This is an exciting announcement, please act accordingly.
Now for something completely different!
maximum mutual distrust.
Love the internet but kinda hate it too? Konmari your Twitter feed and do what you can to shape the platform before it finishes shaping you.
The testing of the Fellowship reveals their own hearts and they’re not happy with what they see.
Support good things, or they will die.
NPR's Throughline slows the news down and helps make sense of current events with historical context.
A review of The Common Rule by Justin Whitmel Earley.