Tripp Fuller, Hipsters, Zombies and the End of Civilization (CultureCast)

In this episode, Jordan Green and Christian Piatt share the virtual mic with Homebrewed Christianity Godfathers Tripp Fuller and Bo Sanders to discuss the AMC zombie show, Walking Dead, how Zombie Theology can be applied to scripture and what every good Christian needs in order to survive a zombie apocalypse.

Green and Piatt go uber-hipster on some local Oregon brews, and Piatt geeks out on his favorite tech gadgets of 2012. They bounce the U.S.’ role in Syria and the college football restructure madness around in the echo chamber and, for the first time, welcome Christian’s wife, Amy, into the Homebrewed lair for pithy sideline commentary and a little bit of bongo magic.

Who says these guys aren’t consummate professionals? No, seriously, somebody should say it, because they don’t listen when we say it.

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About Christian Piatt

Christian Piatt is the creator and editor of BANNED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE BIBLE and BANNED QUESTIONS ABOUT JESUS. He has a memoir on faith, family and parenting called PREGMANCY: A Dad, a Little Dude and a Due Date, and Hachette published his first hardcover book, "postChristian: What's left? Can we fix it? Do we care?" in 2014. His first novel, "Blood Doctrine," has been optioned by a Hollywood production company for a possible TV series.

Christian is the cofounder and cohost of the Homebrewed CultureCast, a podcast about popular culture, current events and spirituality that has a weekly audience of 25,000 people (

Preorder Christian's next book, "Not That Kind of Christian: Loving God without being an a**hole," at

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