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This podcast series explores the Gospel of Matthew as literature, as a story. I make the argument that the story is one of a nonviolent revolutionary peasant leader named Jesus or Joshua (depending on whether you transliterate from the Greek or the Hebrew). The story, therefore, is sociopolitically subversive. Not only is the story subversive in its content, it is also subversive in its form. It parodies an ancient genre of literature common among the upper classes.I will make the argument t ...
 
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Pokémon Go! An Incensed! Podcast Parody

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Pokémon Go! An Incensed! Podcast Parody

Casual Bunzo, MasterfulAndrew, KellsWaterfall & PoGoNinjaUS

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A lighthearted and energetic parody of a down-the-pub style podcast about Pokémon GO and life. Featuring Casual Bunzo, Masterful Andrew, Kells Waterfall & PoGoNinjaUS! This week only, our imposter non-hosts will have playfully dishonest discussions about this game we love so much and more! Join us and drop an incense!
 
NonsenseMovieChat is a podcast sometimes dedicated to finding self-help advice in popular and unpopular film and sometimes to aimless rubbish.
 
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Please consider making a donation to Christian Peacemaker Teams for the work in the West Bank, in Hebron/al- Khalil in Palestine. You can read more about their work and make a donation at https://www.cpt.org/. Support the show (https://paypal.me/ParodySubversion?locale.x=en_US)על ידי Bert Newton
 
Phase One of the podcast continues: exclusive conversations with guest stars and crew members from Seinfeld (and sometimes Twin Peaks!). This week, I'm back with Jonathan Wolff, the mind behind Seinfeld's iconic theme. With Seinfeld's official soundtrack now available, Jonathan and I dug into some of the show's most memorable tracks and explored wh…
 
Oct 3rd is the 26th anniversary of O.J. Simpson’s acquittal of murdering his ex-wife, Nicole. This song and photo of the 1995 PC diskette of “O.J.-oh!” (to the Harry Belafonte tune of “Day-O”) by song parodist, Loose Bruce Kerr, was the first & only song release of its kind on that medium, including stereo audio with dynamic graphics long before th…
 
Let's start the insanity. Check out the full trailer for Part 1 of The Other Side of Darkness! This week’s musical guest is Mummy Diamonds, a musical duo formed in 2018 in Los Angeles. Listen to the end for their new single, One More Chance. Subscribe to this podcast so you won’t miss the story once it begins. If you enjoy it, leave us a positive r…
 
Oct 3rd is the 26th anniversary of O.J. Simpson’s acquittal of murdering his ex-wife, Nicole. This song and photo of the 1995 PC diskette of “O.J.-oh!” (to the Harry Belafonte tune of “Day-O”) by song parodist, Loose Bruce Kerr, was the first & only song release of its kind on that medium, including stereo audio with dynamic graphics long before th…
 
Why did Jesus drive the money changers and people selling animals out of the temple? Also, ancient people had their sacrificial rituals, but do we? What are the rituals of modern capitalism, and do we even know that we are performing them? Support the show (https://paypal.me/ParodySubversion?locale.x=en_US)…
 
Part of the title for this episode, "Making and Ass Out of Rome," is borrowed from Warren Carter, who entitled the section on this passage in his commentary with those words. In this episode, I mention The Yes Men, modern tricksters who expose some of the more absurd and cruel aspects of capitalism. To find out more about them and see them in actio…
 
"NO GOLD IN CALIFORNIA" is a Loose Bruce Kerr original from 1992 and a nod to Brian Wilson & the Beach Boys, a group Bruce grew up on and whose harmonies he learned on. In 1992 the U.S. was mired in a recession in the economy and dealing with the disaster in Bosnia, ethnic cleansing, immigrants, homelessness, etc. The California of Bruce's youth an…
 
Equality is extremely difficult; there are always people who want to put themselves in positions of power and authority over others. Different accounts of the conquest of Jerusalem by David, Joshua, and Judah: https://www.thetorah.com/article/the-israelite-conquest-of-jerusalem-in-the-bible-when-and-who Support the show (https://paypal.me/ParodySub…
 
Whew! Finally getting this one out! I worked hard on this episode, and I think you will like it...Jesus warns against meritocracy in this often overlooked parable. A couple of resources mentioned in the podcast are: Clifton Mark's article, "A Belief in Meritocracy is Not Only False, It's Bad for You," can be found at https://aeon.co/ideas/a-belief-…
 
Phase One of the podcast continues. For the next several weeks, I'll be sharing conversations with guest stars and crew members from Seinfeld. This week I'm sharing a conversation I had a while back with Jonathan Wolff, the mind behind Seinfeld's iconic theme. Jonathan also composed music to over 75 other TV shows over his decades-long career, and …
 
Phase One of the podcast continues. For the next several weeks, I'll be sharing conversations with guest stars and crew members from Seinfeld (and this week, Twin Peaks!). This week I'm talking with Alicia Witt, who starred in both the original run of Twin Peaks and the revival as Gersten Hayward. Alica is also a gifted musician and songwriter, and…
 
Phase One of the podcast continues. For the next several weeks, I'll be sharing conversations with guest stars and crew members from Seinfeld. This week I'm talking with Yul Vazquez, who appeared three times on Seinfeld as Bob, the intimidating street tough that terrorized Kramer with his partner Cedric. We talked about working with the late John P…
 
Jesus finally leaves Galilee, on his way to Jerusalem, and enters Judea. Pharisees ask him about divorce, and Jesus ends up talking about eunuchs. Good stuff! Support the show (https://paypal.me/ParodySubversion?locale.x=en_US)על ידי Bert Newton
 
Phase One of the podcast continues. For the next several weeks, I'll be sharing conversations with guest stars and crew members from Seinfeld. This week I'm talking with John Apicella, one of just 13 actors who appeared in both the Seinfeld and Twin Peaks universes. We talked about watching the Seinfeld team work their magic in the episode The Tape…
 
This interview is focused on hearing the Gospel in today's context. I interview a local pastor of a bilingual Spanish-English congregation, Pastor Marcos Canales. Pastor Canales hears the Gospel as one who has lived the effects of colonization as Jesus did. Also, his congregation just finished a study of the Gospel of Mark, a major source for Matth…
 
One of our listeners gives a brilliant modern-day analogy to help us understand and interpret "The Parable of the Tyrant King and the Unforgiving Servant." Also, Time magazine came out with an article on air conditioning, and one place in Canada recorded 121 degrees Fahrenheit! Support the show (https://paypal.me/ParodySubversion?locale.x=en_US)…
 
Here's your first look at Part 1 of the story. Vexing dreams, desperate strangers, falling sensations and mysterious gifts: the first installment of Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer's Lynchian journey kicks off with an ethereal bang. Part 1 of The Other Side of Darkness premieres this fall. This week’s musical guest is IKILLEDLAURAPALMER, a music p…
 
The parable at the end of chapter 18 of Matthew is usually called "The Parable of the Unforgiving Slave" because it is understood to be about the behavior of one character in the parable. But a closer examination of the parable in its historical context reveals that it is not just about one person's behavior but also about systemic and structural i…
 
A lighthearted and energetic parody of a down-the-pub style podcast about Pokémon GO and life. Featuring Casual Bunzo, Masterful Andrew, Kells Waterfall & PoGoNinjaUS! This week only, our imposter non-hosts will have playfully dishonest discussions about this game we love so much and more! Join us and drop an incense!…
 
Phase One of the podcast continues. For the next several weeks, I'll be sharing conversations with guest stars and crew members from Seinfeld. This week I'm talking with Melanie Smith, who played Jerry's girlfriend Rachel Goldstein in The Raincoats, The Hamptons and The Opposite. We talked about that famous "I was in the pool!" scene, improvising o…
 
In this episode, I make the case that what normally has been understood as a passage about "church discipline" is actually about an alternative criminal justice system. The language used is language of ancient judicial proceedings in both Judea and the wider Greco-Roman world. So those who are today talking about abolishing the current criminal jus…
 
Phase One of the podcast continues. For the next several weeks, I'll be sharing conversations with guest stars and crew members from Seinfeld. In this episode I talk to actor Kyle T. Hefner about his role as Gene, also known as Bizarro George, in the season 8 Seinfeld episode The Bizarro Jerry, as well as working on Curb Your Enthusiasm, meeting Ga…
 
This episode starts a new section of Matthew, chapters 18-20, in which Jesus talks about the structure of the New Society, specifically how power, honor, and authority are distributed. Support the show (https://paypal.me/ParodySubversion?locale.x=en_US)על ידי Bert Newton
 
We're kicking off Phase One of the podcast! For the next several weeks, I'll be sharing conversations with guest stars and crew members from Seinfeld. In this episode I talk to actress, writer and advocate Angela Featherstone about her role as Cindy in the season 9 Seinfeld episode The Maid, as well as working on Friends, Con Air, and The Wedding S…
 
The Gospel story has been used as a pretext for horrible persecution of Jewish people in the West. This persecution led to the modern state of Israel, perceived, for good reason, by many Jews as the only way to escape this persecution. The result has been the dispossession of the Palestinian people. In this episode, I try to grapple with this histo…
 
What’s the deal with darkness? Welcome to The Other Side of Darkness, an episodic Seinfeld parody story that answers a simple question: what if David Lynch wrote an episode of Seinfeld? Produced by Seinpeaks, The Other Side of Darkness will unfold in eight 20-30 minute episodes, published each week beginning this fall. Between now and then, I’ll be…
 
Fresh off the mountain of the transfiguration, Jesus counters the interpretation of the temple establishment, casts out a Roman demon, and cleverly undermines the authority of the temple system of the empire. Support the show (https://paypal.me/ParodySubversion?locale.x=en_US)על ידי Bert Newton
 
The Transfiguration has baffled commentators for centuries. What is the point? How does it fit into the story? I think that I have a good answer for that. If we think of this gospel as a "hero story," what happens in that sort of story when the hero finally decides to take the gloves off and go on the offensive, no longer avoiding conflict but runn…
 
Sounds dirty but isn't, it's an ode to the strongest muscle of the body, the sphincter, our most reliable friend. By nationally known song parodist, Loose Bruce Kerr. Bruce is regularly featured on the Dr. Demento and Jim Bohannon nationally syndicated radio shows. Visit: www.loosebrucekerr.com to hear other songs, parodies, and videos of "Loose Br…
 
We finally come to the halfway point in the story, where it takes a turn toward Jerusalem. Geography in this story is not always exact, in fact the author takes literary license with the geographical facts, but it is always pregnant with meaning. Support the show (https://paypal.me/ParodySubversion?locale.x=en_US)…
 
What gets lost in translation, and why does it get lost? In this interview, we talk with Dr. James Fehr who is doing work on translating New Testament texts in a way that wrestles with the fact that these texts are from a completely different time and culture and that our modern translations have been translated by people with privilege who don't w…
 
Jesus and his disciples travel north where a dead king is worshiped. Peter is declared to be the bedrock of the "church". . . or is he? Support the show (https://paypal.me/ParodySubversion?locale.x=en_US)על ידי Bert Newton
 
"HEAD FOR THE HILLS" (a post-pandemic song) VIDEO is now a full jazz band arrangement in April, 2021 of a song Loose Bruce Kerr composed in April, 2020. Who knew it would take a year before the vaccines started to help us toward an end to the pandemic? To celebrate that, here's the full arrangement and performance video. The song gives a bow to the…
 
"HEAD FOR THE HILLS" (a post-pandemic song) AUDIO is now a full jazz band arrangement in April, 2021 of a song Loose Bruce Kerr composed in April, 2020. Who knew it would take a year before the vaccines started to help us toward an end to the pandemic? To celebrate that, here's the full arrangement. The song gives a bow to the earlier pandemic in 1…
 
How do you resist oppression? Is nationalism ever right? Can a group be nationalist while at the same time collaborating with the imperial oppressor? Can a movement draw deep from it's own national heritage but still be transnational? Those are the questions that today's episode wrestles with through this second passage of Matthew 16. Support the s…
 
The encounter with the Canaanite Woman in the last episode broke open a whole new frontier for the movement. The movement for a new society can now include all people. Support the show (https://paypal.me/ParodySubversion?locale.x=en_US)על ידי Bert Newton
 
A get-well-soon card to us all, Loose Bruce Kerr's latest parody of the Beatles, "The Long and Winding Road." Bruce sings live over his recording of his orchestral tracks, put together in his studio, "The Garage" in northern California. Bruce had a 20 year career in entertainment, performing and writing his songs and parodies (over 100 plays on the…
 
When an oppressed people express their desires for liberation, they often do it by demonstrating zeal for their national culture and traditions. But oppressed people are often divided into factions, each accusing the other of not being sufficiently dedicated to the cause, not demonstrating sufficient zeal for the national traditions. That is what w…
 
This is a long episode, but a very important one. In this episode, I make clear something that I have been saying throughout the series, that Jesus, as portrayed in Matthew, is opposed to the power of Temples and Priests (all of them, not just in Israel). This episode contains longer musical interludes (to break it up and give listeners time to abs…
 
This episode concludes a chapter in which Jesus speaks in riddles, revealing the hidden things, the wonderful secrets of the new society. Again, nothing is as it seems. Jesus attempts a great scribal reversal, making the peasants scribes, and leaving the scribal class on the outside, lacking understanding. This reversal is rejected...but wait...not…
 
Jesus starts talking in riddles to hide the wonderful secrets of the new society from those who would destroy it, but the wise will understand. This episode and the next two regular episodes, numbers 33 and 34, explore the parables discourse of chapter 13 (which begins at the end of chapter 12). Through this discourse, Jesus trains his disciples to…
 
(Edited version) In this special episode, I interview Dr. Sebastien Doane, Professor of Biblical Studies at Laval University, in Quebec City, and author of Zombies, Unicorns, Cannibals; Strange Tales from the Bible (published by Paulist Press). We revisit episodes 1 (The Genealogy) and 4 (The Magi) of this podcast series in the light of Dr. Doane's…
 
"I AM THERE FOR YOU" is "Loose Bruce" Kerr's original song, a jazz-scat-big band sound. Bruce records his songs one instrument & vocal at a time, layering to get the final song. In this one, he sings, plays bass & piano "for real," then uses his synthesizer to compose & play each trombone, trumpet, saxophone, & set of drums, one drum or cymbal per …
 
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