Episode 33

On Being Human and Whole Revisited

Brandon, Katie, and Sam try out podcasting and explore the question: what makes one thing sacred and another secular or profane? The episode includes an honest, irreverent conversation about the limitations of certain understandings of holiness and how holiness is actually about being more human or elevating the so-called worldly. Could authenticity be the highest form of holiness? (Spoiler alert: the answer is yes!)

About the Podcast

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Holy Shit Pod
wholly irreverent, irreverently holy

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Brandon Thomas

Brandon is a loud singing, whiskey drinking, Black-people-loving former pastor who is done with organized religion. He is a native of Nashville, Tennessee, birthplace of hot chicken, and is currently based in Atlanta, Georgia – the city that thinks it is too busy to hate.