Theology of Sports, Travel Hacking, Blue Like Jazz & Olympics

Christian Piatt and Jordan Green have cranked out another edition of the HomebrewedCulture podcast, this time with special guest Chad Gibbs, author of the book, God & Football, and the soon-to-be-released Love Thy Rival. Both books explore the culture of sports, fanaticism and faith, and Chad also drops a few gems about “Travel Hacking,” a strategy he and his wife use to travel the world for nearly nothing.

 

Green and Piatt also look back on the Summer Olympics, deliver the smack down to children’s television in a new “hater” segment, chat up the DVD release of the Blue Like Jazz movie, and yes, satiate your hunger for mediocrity with more Church Sign Epic Fails.

 

If we’re not careful, these guys might make a habit of this and keep hanging around. What do you think?

 

Homebrewed Culture, Episode 4 with guest, Chad Gibbs

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