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John Piper Talks Books
John Piper sits down with Kevin DeYoung to discuss human purpose, pastoral leadership, the advantages of reading slowly. And of course they discuss books, too. So many books. Reading them; writing them; loving them; but most of all desiring God through them. (See the full list below.) And in this conversation you will get a picture of what will perhaps be John Piper’s magnum opus.
Life and Books and Everything is sponsored by Crossway, publisher of New Morning Mercies: A Daily Gospel Devotional, by Paul David Tripp.
New Morning Mercies is great for people looking for a devotional in the new year—featuring 365 gospel-centered devotions. Each reading leads with a compelling, gospel-centered thought, followed by an extended meditation for the day. It equips you with the good news that you need to trust in God’s goodness, rely on his grace, and live for his glory—day in and day out.
An Excellent Book for 2021 [1:11 – 2:37]
What did John Piper do for Christmas during coronavirus? [2:37 – 4:58]
Why Piper doesn’t like the word ‘retirement’ [4:58 – 12:45]
Especially Formative Books for John Piper [12:45 – 19:57]
On the Pros and Cons of Reading Slowly [19:57 – 34:48]
Books to Kickstart Pastoral Ministry [34:48 – 43:54]
Favorite Biographies [43:54 – 46:32]
Books to Return To [46:32 – 51:59]
The Hardest Book John Piper Had to Write and His Favorite [51:59 – 57:38]
Providence: John Piper’s Latest Book [57:38 – 1:03:15]
Enjoying the Process of Writing; Praise for Pastors Who Don’t Write Books
More Questions on Providence and Providence [1:09:33 – 1:20:40]
The Most Important Verse in the Bible [1:20:40 – 1:25:08]
Books and More Books:
Thinking God’s Thoughts: The Hermeneutics of Humility, by Daniel P. Fuller
The Unity of the Bible: Unfolding God's Plan for Humanity, by Daniel P.
Freedom of the Will, by Jonathan Edwards
The End for Which God Created the World, by Jonathan Edwards
The Religious Affections, by Jonathan Edwards
Validity in Interpretation, by E.D. Hirsch
Letters to Malcolm, Chiefly on Prayer, by C.S. Lewis
The Death of Death in the Death of Christ, by John Owen, introduction by J.I.
Communion with the Triune God, by John Owen
The Glory of Christ, by John Owen
How to Read a Book, by Mortimer Adler
Brothers, We Are Not Professionals, by John Piper
The Religious Life of Theological Students, by Benjamin B. Warfield
The Christian Ministry, by Charles Bridges
The True Excellency of a Minister of the Gospel, by Jonathan Edwards
Lectures to My Students, by Charles Spurgeon, especially “The Minister’s
Preaching and Preachers by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
Walking with the Giants, by Warren Wiersbe
Listening to the Giants, by Warren Wiersbe
Giant Steps, by Warren Wiersbe
Reformed Dogmatics by Hermann Bavinck
Systematic Theology, by Wayne Grudem
Augustine of Hippo: A Biography, by Peter Brown
William Tyndale: A Biography, by David Danielle
Jonathan Edwards: A Life, George Marsden
Jonathan Edwards: A New Biography, by Iain Murray
To the Golden Shore: The Life of Adoniram Judson, by Courtney Anderson
Portrait of Calvin, by T.H.L. Parker
Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther, Roland Bainton
What Jesus Demands from the World, by John Piper
Desiring God, by John Piper
Providence, by John Piper (Pre-Order at Westminster Books)
|Jan 06, 2021|
How Did Sexual Identity Politics Win?
In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Carl Trueman joins Kevin, Justin, and Collin to discuss his latest book, published by Crossway, which analyzes the development of the sexual revolution as a symptom—rather than the cause—of the human search for identity. You’ll also learn the benefit for Christians of reading Nietzsche and Freud, and what you can say to someone when there isn’t time to debate the philosophy of gender.
Thirty-second long book title [00:55 – 1:25]
If identity is sexual, then sex is political. [1:25 – 7:37]
Behaviors demand toleration; identity demands recognition. [7:37 – 13:39]
Grappling with the history of ideas [13:39 – 22:26]
Intended audience [22:26 – 24:29]
Why Carl wants to be called a bigot [24:29 – 28:32]
Should pastors read these non-Christian authors? [28:32 – 34:18]
Is Protestantism to blame for sexual identity politics? [34:18 – 44:48]
Natural law will help us communicate to younger generations. [44:48 – 50:55]
What can you say to the other side when there isn’t time to debate? [50:55 –
Against lament? [56:16 – 57:50]
Family shapes theology. [57:50 – 1:03:00]
Books and Everything:
Civilization & Its Discontents, by Sigmund Freud
The Triumph of the Therapeutic, by Philip Rieff
Living in God's Two Kingdoms: A Biblical Vision for Christianity and Culture,
“The Fury of the Fatherless,” by Mary Eberstadt, First Things
|Nov 24, 2020|
Getting to Know J. Ligon Duncan, III
In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Kevin DeYoung interviews Dr. J. Ligon Duncan, III, chancellor of Reformed Theological Seminary. This interview was recorded live on stage from the Faithful Conference at Christ Covenant on November 7th. Listen and you’ll learn the books and people and places that made Dr. Duncan who he is. You’ll even find out his DJ name.
Early Life and Conversion [00:00 – 7:16]
A True South Carolinian [7:16 – 10:17]
Encounters with God in Study [10:17 – 15:20]
Taking the Racial Blinders Off [15:20 – 23:08]
Critical Race Theory [23:08 – 27:47]
Reformed Books [27:47 – 31:57]
Covenant Theology [31:57 – 33:08]
Ligon Unplugged [33:08 – 38:50]
Lightning Round [38:50 – 48:27]
Books and Everything:
Knowing God, by Jim Packer
Search the Scriptures, edited by Alan M. Stibbs
Studies in the Sermon on the Mount, by Martyn Lloyd-Jones
Reformed Dogmatics: Theology Proper, by Geerhardus J. Vos
Favorite Hymn: “How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds,” by John Newton
Systematic Theology, by Louis Berkhof
“Denn alles Fleisch, es ist wie Gras,” mvt. 2 from Ein deutsches Requiem, by Johannes Brahms
|Nov 17, 2020|
What the 2020 Election Means
In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Kevin, Collin, &
College Football [1:32 – 5:05]
Talking about the Election [5:05 – 33:11]
Does a vote have an inherent meaning? [33:11 – 48:48]
Alex Trebek [48:48 – 59:06]
What book, movie, or music do you go to when you need to reorient yourself?
Book & Music Recommendations:
The old, red United Methodist Hymnal
Preaching & Preachers by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
any systematic theology
The Planets, mvt. 4, “Jupiter” (Thaxted) by Gustav Holst
The Mission: Original Soundtrack from the Motion Picture by Ennio Morricone
“God Moves in a Mysterious Way” by William Cowper
|Nov 10, 2020|
The Trinity and Evangelicalism
In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Dr. Scott Swain—Professor of Systematic Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary—joins Kevin, Justin, and Collin to discuss his book, The Trinity: An Introduction. Listen in to hear about recent controversies surrounding the doctrine of the trinity, if the Holy Spirit is indeed forgotten in our discussions about the trinity, why analogies for the trinity are unhelpful, and why Orlando is the most magical place on earth.
This episode of Life and Books and Everything is brought to you by Crossway. The Crossway book we want to highlight this week is Covenant Theology: Biblical, Theological, and Historical Perspectives by the faculty at Reformed Theological Seminary. Join a host of twenty-six scholars, including O. Palmer Robertson, Michael J. Kruger, and Scott R. Swain, as they explore how the concept of covenant is clearly taught in Scripture and how it lays the foundation for other doctrines of salvation.
LBE is also excited to announce that listeners of the show can receive 30% off Crossway books, bibles, tracts, audiobooks, and ebooks by signing up for a free Crossway+ membership. Crossway+ is a new membership program designed to provide you with gospel-centered resources aimed at strengthening your faith and serving the church. Registering for a free Crossway+ membership makes it more convenient and affordable than ever to purchase directly from Crossway.
Who is Scott Swain and why is Orlando the greatest and most magical place on earth? [0:00 - 8:40]
Analogies and the trinity [8:40 - 12:10]
20th Century evangelicalism and the doctrine of the trinity [12:10 - 20:45]
What is biblicism? [20:45 - 23:53]
Relations of origin and the persons of the trinity [23:53 - 29:30]
Why we should reject social trinitarianism [29:30 - 31:31]
The work of the Holy Spirit and revivalistic-charismatic movements [34:55 - 38:21]
A tool-kit of systematic theology categories and terms [38:21 - 49:12]
The drama behind the filioque [49:12 - 50:50]
How should pastors communicate these orthodox categories to their congregations? [50:50 - 57:35]
Resources on the Doctrine of the Trinity:
The Deep Things of God: How the Trinity Changes Everything by Fred Sanders
The Wonderful Works of God by Herman Bavinck
The Essential Trinity: New Testament Foundations and Practical Relevance by Carl Trueman and Brandon Crowe
On God and Christ: The Five Theological Orations by Gregory of Nazianzus
Retrieving Eternal Generation by Scott Swain and Fred Sanders
Delighting in the Trinity: An Introduction to the Christian Faith by Michael Reeves
Dogmatic Theology by William Shedd
Our Triune God: Living in the Love of the Three-in-One by Philip Ryken
The Holy Spirit (Contours of Christian Theology) by Sinclair Ferguson
|Oct 28, 2020|
Why Christians Should Be More Involved with Politics
In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Jeff McAlvey joins Kevin and Justin to discuss the Christian’s role in politics. Jeff worked closely with Michigan Governor John Engler in the 90s, oversaw the state appropriations process when Governor Engler was the Senate Majority Leader, and started a lobbying group after his time in Washington DC. Listen in as Kevin, Justin, and Jeff unravel some of the misconceptions around politics in America and offer advice on how church members can love their neighbors and be more politically involved in their local communities.
This episode of Life and Books and Everything is brought to you by Crossway. The Crossway book we want to highlight this week is, When the Stars Disappear: Help and Hope from Stories of Suffering in Scripture (Suffering and the Christian Life, Volume 1) by Mark Talbot. When the Starts Disappear engages the topic of suffering, not only through Reformed theological and philosophical insights but with profound biblical reflection and personal experience through the author himself.
Ten Global Trends Every Smart Person Should Know: And Many Others You Will Find Interesting by Ronald Baily and Marian Tupy
What It Means to Be Human: The Case for the Body in Public Bioethics by O. Carter Snead
Self-Portrait in Black and White: Unlearning Race by Thomas Chatterton Williams
Absolute Surrender by Andrew Murray
|Oct 21, 2020|
Team Compassion vs. Team Courage
In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Kevin, Justin, and Collin are back together to discuss some of the more pressing issues facing the church today: sexual misconduct and allegations, this time concerning the late Ravi Zacharius, friendless pastors, the curse of fame, dangers facing the church from “the Right” and “the Left,” and helpful books for forming one’s political philosophy.
This episode of Life and Books and Everything is brought to you by Crossway. The Crossway titles we want to highlight in this episode are the ESV Scripture Journals (Illuminated Scripture Journals and the Greek Scripture Journal ). Bible readers can take extended notes or record insights and prayers directly beside corresponding passages of Scripture
These thin, portable, long-lasting notebooks are great for personal Bible reading and reflection, small-group study, or taking notes through a sermon series.
Our attempts at journaling [0:00 - 10:34]
The sexual misconduct and allegations of Ravi Zacharius [10:34 - 37:10]
Agreeing and disagreeing on the dangers facing Reformed(ish) Evangelicalism [37:10 - 1:01:14]
A Conflict of Visions: Ideological Origins of Political Struggles by Thomas Sowell
Christ and the Kingdoms of Men: Foundations of Political Life by David C. Innes
Them: Why We Hate Each Other--and How to Heal by Ben Sasse
To Change the World: The Irony, Tragedy, and Possibility of Christianity in the Late Modern World by James Davidson Hunter
The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion by Jonathan Haidt
Article: Why The Young Hate The Torries by Ed West
Article: Unequally Woked by Samuel James
Letter from Birmingham Jail by Martin Luther King Jr.
America in the King Years (3 book series) by Taylor Branch
|Oct 07, 2020|
The Greatest Modern Reformed Theologian
In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Dr. James Eglinton joins Kevin to discuss his latest work, Bavinck: A Critical Biography.
Reformed Dogmatics (4 Volume Set) by Herman Bavinck
The History of Scottish Theology, Volume I: Celtic Origins to Reformed Orthodoxy by David Fergusson and Mark Elliot
|Sep 30, 2020|
The Religious Fervor of American Politics
In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Kevin, Collin, and Justin discuss the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her vacant seat on the Supreme Court, Classic liberalism and its critics, which books were most formative in their youth, and what career they each would have chosen if not for the ones they are in now.
This episode of Life and Books and Everything is brought to you by Crossway. The Crossway title we want to highlight in this episode is the ESV Every Day Bible: 365 Readings through the Whole Bible. This bible was designed from the ground up to be an inviting daily-reading Bible, to help readers achieve their goal of reading through the Bible in a year.
Know What You Believe by Paul Little
Institutes of the Christian Religion by John Calvin
The Puritans: Their Origins and Successors by Martin Lloyd-Jones
Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine by Wayne Grudem
Jonathan Edwards: A Life by George Marsden
The Cost of Discipleship by Bonhoeffer
The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky
The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism by Carl Henry
The Cross and the Switchblade by David Wilkerson
Comeback by Dave Dravecky
Confessions (Oxford World's Classics) by St. Augustine
Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics by William Lane Craig
The Pursuit of Holiness by Jerry Bridges
|Sep 23, 2020|
We Are in the Time of Judges, Not Revival
In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Kevin, Collin, and Justin discuss the writing process, how things have exponentially changed in the online Christian writing space, what books have most recently moved them, which pastor biographies are their favorite, and what message the church needs to hear most in 2020. And if nuanced discussions on culture, books, and theology don't quite do it for you, be sure to tune in to hear the guys give their best Chris Farley impressions.
This episode of Life and Books and Everything is brought to you by Crossway, a publisher whose goal is to publish gospel-centered, Bible-centered content that will honor our Savior and serve his Church. The Crossway title we want to highlight in this episode is Lead: 12 Gospel Principles for Leadership in the Church by Paul David Tripp. For every celebrity pastor exiting the ministry in the spotlight, there are many more lesser-known pastors leaving in the shadows. Tripp draws on his decades of ministry experience to give churches twelve gospel principles necessary to combat this leadership crisis. Each of these principles, built upon characteristics such as humility, dependency, and accountability, will enable new and experienced leaders alike to focus their attention on the ultimate leadership model: the gospel.
What did you do on Labor Day? | Crossway sponsorship: Lead by Paul David Tripp [0:00 - 11:48] - https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/podcasts/gospelbound/leaders-who-wont-flame-out/
Changes in Online Christian Writing [11:48 - 38:46]
What is the last book that moved you? [38:46 - 54:05]
Lead: 12 Gospel Principles for Leadership in the Church by Paul David Tripp
Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow
The Content of Our Character: A New Vision of Race In America by Shelby Steele
Churchill: Walking with Destiny by Andrew Roberts
Gentle and Lowly: The Heart of Christ for Sinners and Sufferers by Dane Ortlund
The chapter on Adoption in Knowing God by J. I. Packer
Favorite Pastor Biographies:
D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones by Iain Murray
Disciplines of a Godly Man (Updated Edition) by R. Kent Hughes
The message that the church needs to hear in 2020 [54:05 - 1:08:00]
|Sep 16, 2020|
4 Questions for Divisive Topics
In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Kevin shares four questions to ask regarding the most divisive topics in the church today: voting, police shootings, and Coronavirus.
Kevin also shares 4 book recommendations of some of the most recent and enjoyable titles he has read through.
This episode is sponsored by Crossway, a publisher whose goal is to publish gospel-centered, Bible-centered content that will honor our Savior and serve his Church. The Crossway title we want to highlight in this episode is Unfolding Grace: 40 Guided Readings through the Bible; discover the overarching storyline of God's Word as it is revealed through forty Scripture readings drawn from key points in the biblical narrative. Each passage, coupled with brief and accessible commentary, will help you follow God's grace as it unfolds from Genesis through Revelation. Unfolding Grace includes 40 illustrations by Peter Voth, excerpts discussing the flow of God’s plan of redemption, a single-column format, a smyth-sewn binding, and a Study guide.
The Morality of Laughter by F. H. Buckley
The Myth of Disenchantment: Magic, Modernity, and the Birth of the Human Sciences by Jason A. Josephson Storm
4 questions to ask when discussing voting [22:31 - 34:52]
4 questions to ask when discussing the Coronavirus [42:05 - 54:25]
|Sep 09, 2020|
Discerning My Vocation, with Julius Kim
In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Kevin DeYoung, Collin Hansen, and Justin Taylor are joined by Dr. Julius Kim—President of The Gospel Coalition—to discuss each other’s seminary experiences, issues in evangelicalism, how to discern one’s vocational calling, how to be a better preacher, and, last but not least, which books have been most influential in the life and ministry of Dr. Kim.
This episode of Life and Books and Everything is brought to you by Crossway, a publisher whose goal is to publish gospel-centered, Bible-centered content that will honor our Savior and serve his Church. The Crossway title we want to highlight in this episode is, Weep With Me: How Lament Opens a Door for Racial Reconciliation by Mark Vroegop, with contributions by Thabiti Anyabwile, Trillia Newbell, Jarvis Williams, John Onwuchekwa, Collin Hansen, Mika Edmondson, and more. In an effort to bridge the canyon of misunderstanding, insensitivity, and hurt, Mark Vroegop writes about the practice of lament. Vroegop invites readers to mourn with him over the brokenness that has caused division and to use lament to begin the journey toward a diverse and united church. Pick up your copy of Weep With Me by Mark Vroegop today.
Weep With Me: How Lament Opens a Door for Racial Reconciliation by Mark Vroegop [0:00 - 1:43]
Where we went to seminary and the different branches in evangelicalism [1:43 - 27:58]
Wrestling with my vocational calling [27:58 - 39:38]
How to become a better preacher [39:38 - 52:10]
What books most influenced Julius Kim over the years and what he is reading now [52:10 - 58:07]
Julius Kim’s prior wedding band career [58:07 - 1:06:38]
Knowing God by J. I. Packer
Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow
Reformed Theology in America: A History of Its Modern Development by David F. Wells
|Sep 02, 2020|
Tears Do Not Equal Repentance
In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Kevin, Collin, and Justin discuss the recent scandal involving Jerry Falwell Jr. and the difference between a therapeutic confession and one that admits guilt and sin, what habits of rest and recreation they practice, what their favorite biblical commentaries are, and lastly, they discuss Samuel James's article, "Which Enemy? Which Doorstep?"
The Jerry Falwell Jr. Scandal [3:10 - 15:55]
Habits of rest, recreation, and sabbath [15:55 - 36:50]
Favorite Commentaries [36:50 - 59:48]
Multi-Directional Leadership [59:48 - 1:10:08]
New Testament Commentary Survey by D. A. Carson
ESV Study Bible by Crossway
Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament by D. A. Carson and G. K. Beale
Blind Spots: Becoming a Courageous, Compassionate, and Commissioned Church by Collin Hansen
Introducing the Old Testament: A Short Guide to Its History and Message by Tremper Longman
The Pillar New Testament Commentary (14 Volumes) from Eerdmans
Preaching the Word: New Testament Set by R. Kent Hughs
Reformed Expository Commentary Series from P&R Publishing
Tyndale Commentary Series from IVP Academic
ESV Expository Commentary Book Series from Crossway
The IVP Bible Dictionary Series from IVP Academic
|Aug 26, 2020|
Whom Am I Risking For?
Season 2 of Life and Books and Everything is here! Kevin DeYoung, Justin Taylor, and Collin Hansen sit down together to discuss their summer reading lists, how to balance the need for safety and the need to trust God's sovereignty in the pandemic, Grace Community Church and their choice to gather indoors for services in California, and should the Big 10 have canceled?
Introduction + Book Giveaway Announcement with Crossway [0:00 - 4:50]
Summer Reading [4:50 - 29:47]
Collin's summer reading:
Spying on the South: An Odyssey Across the American Divide by Tony Horwitz
The Minutemen and Their World by Robert A. Gross
Lead: 12 Gospel Principles for Leadership in the Church by Paull David Tripp
Justin's summer reading:
Redeeming the Great Emancipator by Allen C. Guelzo
Reconstruction: A Very Short Introduction by Allen C. Guelzo
Kevin's summer reading:
Pale Rider: The Spanish Flu of 1918 and How It Changed the World by Laura Spinney
|Aug 19, 2020|
In Memory of J. I. Packer
Originally released on July 17th, 2020, in this special episode of 'Life and Books and Everything,' Kevin DeYoung, Collin Hansen, and Justin Taylor remember their friend J. I. Packer as they share about his influence broadly and personally.
|Aug 10, 2020|
Season 1: Episode 4
Originally released on May 12th, 2020, Kevin DeYoung, Collin Hansen, and Justin Taylor discuss the following: an airing of grievances in honor of Frank Costanza, how to accept criticism, the unique challenges of social media, best books on preaching and ministry, books we re-read, and what makes for bad preaching.
|Aug 10, 2020|
Season 1: Episode 5 - Conspiracy Theories, Parallels Between COVID-19 and 2004, Expertise and Authority, and Favorite Biographies
Originally released on May 20th, 2020, Kevin DeYoung, Collin Hansen, and Justin Taylor cover the following in the 5th episode of 'Life and Books and Everything': an airing of gratitude, conspiracy theories, parallels between COVID-19 and 2004, expertise and authority, our favorite biographies, and which biographies we’d like to write.
|Aug 10, 2020|
Season 1: Episode 6 - George Floyd and Books on Policing, Justice, and Civil Rights
Originally released on June 2nd, 2020, Kevin DeYoung, Collin Hansen, and Justin Taylor discuss George Floyd, the need for leaders with character, and books they recommend related to policing, justice, and civil rights.
|Aug 10, 2020|
Season 1: Episode 7 - Disagreements About Systematic Racism, How to Approach History, and Recommended Books on Slavery
Originally released on June 10th, 2020, Kevin DeYoung, Collin Hansen, and Justin Taylor discuss the morality of laughter, the aftermath of George Floyd's murder, their disagreements about systematic racism, how to approach history, and their recommended books on slavery.
|Aug 10, 2020|
Season 1: Episode 8 - Tearing Down Statues, Kneeling During the National Anthem, the Imago Dei, Favorite Writers
Originally released on June 16th, 2020, Kevin DeYoung, Collin Hansen, and Justin Taylor discuss the tearing down of statues, kneeling during the National Anthem, what it means that we're made in the image of God, their favorite writers, and how to avoid bad writing.
|Aug 10, 2020|
Season 1: Episode 9 - Five Books to Take On a Desert Island, Why The News Makes You Dumb, and Why Politics is the True National Pastime
Originally released on June 23rd, 2020, Kevin DeYoung, Collin Hansen, and Justin Taylor discuss the five books they would take on a desert island, why the news makes you dumb, and why politics is the true national pastime.
|Aug 10, 2020|
Season 1: Episode 10 - Cancel Culture, The Inner-Ring, New Statues That Should Be Built, and Summer Reading Lists
Originally released on July 1st, 2020, Kevin DeYoung, Collin Hansen, and Justin Taylor discuss cancel culture, the inner-ring, new statues that they think should be built, and their summer reading lists.
|Aug 10, 2020|
Season 1: Episode 3
Originally released on May 5th, 2020, this episode of 'Life and Books and Everything' admittedly covers too much of "everything," ranging from Star Wars to Mother's Day to infertility to regional U.S. differences to the COVID-19 re-open to social media as the message to how we read and retain and more.
|Aug 10, 2020|
Season 1: Episode 2
Originally released on April 27th, 2020, this is episode 2 of the first season of 'Life and Books and Everything,' with Kevin DeYoung, Collin Hansen, and Justin Taylor.
|Aug 10, 2020|
Season 1: Episode 1
|Aug 10, 2020|
A short piece about what to expect when you listen to Life and Books and Everything.
|Aug 05, 2020|