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Another podcast discussion (free post)
I revisit "The Fellow Traveller" podcast and talk Zen
I had a pleasant conversation yesterday with Peter L'Esperance on his podcast, “The Fellow Traveller.” I kept my comments fairly basic, given the intended audience of the program, but the discussion touched on a number of subjects pertinent to readers of this Substack page. Below is a link to the page on Spotify, but it can be accessed via your preferred podcast provider. My only regret is that in one place I slipped and referred to Augustine of Canterbury as Augustine “of Hippo.” And I’m sure there are other things that some scrupulous listeners might pick up on that I missed or flubbed (thus is life). But on the whole, it was, as I say, a relaxed and pleasant chat. So, if you will, enjoy. It’s about an hour and twenty-five minutes in length.
The introduction to the discussion reads: “Addison Hart joins me again from Norway to talk about the intersection between Far-Eastern spirituality and Christianity. We discuss a little more about what Anglicanism is and where it came from, as well as how Zen Buddhism has influenced his spiritual and contemplative practices.”
You can access the podcast on Spotify by clicking here.
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