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Nov 26, 2017

It’s been a long time since you’ve heard from us at Assumptions. While we continue to prepare our second season, we’re releasing a short series of bonus episodes. Our show is all about worldview, and up until now we’ve been discussing the ideas that shape us. But one’s worldview should never be divorced from one’s life. So in this episode Kyle interviews Daniel to learn what has changed in his life and how it’s influence his Christian worldview. 



Assumptions is sponsored by ATB Financial’s Entrepreneur Centre and the Alberta Podcast Network. We also mention The Expat’s Podcast, another Alberta Podcast Network show. Go show them some love!


Show Notes:

The quote from Mike Cosper appeared in this interview with Richard Clark.

Daniel took a course with Malcolm Guite, whose books on poetry, language, and the Christian faith are amongst Daniel’s biggest influences. Daniel suggests starting with his book of advent poetry, or his biography of Samual Coleridge.

Daniel listened to the audiobook of Bruce Springsteen’s memoir, Born to Run. Daniel highly recommends it. 

Daniel is working his way through Rolling Stone Magazine’s list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time

Daniel briefly mentioned Springsteen’s Broadway show, and recommends this review of it from the New York Times.

Daniel’s currently attending St. Mary’s University, in Calgary Alberta. 



Assumptions is written and produced by Daniel Melvill Jones and Kyle Marshall.

This episode edited by Kyle Marshall.

Our soundtrack comes from The Parson Red Heads, whose new acclaimed album, Blurred Harmony, is available everywhere. 

Podcast artwork designed by Chris Taniguchi, who has his own YouTube channel. 

Photography by Jen Hall


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