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Posted by Kris MacQueen
 - Dec 18, 2017, 8:47 PM

A somewhat unsanitized discussion about Advent, Christmas, and Jesus coming to us as a screaming, poopy child. What does it mean to celebrate the coming of Christ without the soft-focus that the season sometimes forces on us?

Special thanks to Malcolm Guite for his generous permission to use his poem, "O Rex Gentium" from his "Sounding of The Seasons" collection of sonnets, and to Scott Buckley for creating solid, sentimental Christmas music and making it available under the Creative Commons license.

Merry Christmas.

Screaming Poopy Jesus - Podcast.mp3