“Waking up at the numinous intersection of religion, horror, creativity, apocalypse, and the unknown.” --The Living Dark Podcast
Matt Cardin’s new podcast, The Living Dark, opens with an investigation of the “remarkable story of God’s autobiography,” in an interview with Dr. Jerry L. Martin.
Matt is the author and editor of several widely acclaimed books and proves to be a skillful and dynamic interviewer - asking familiar, burning questions while bringing new light to Jerry's engaging answers.
What did people say when Jerry said he had conversations with God?
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God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher, is written by Dr. Jerry L. Martin, an agnostic philosopher who heard the voice of God and recorded their conversations. The podcast began with the Dramatic Adaptation of the book and now has several series:
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Scott Langdon [00:00:17] This is God: An Autobiography, The Podcast. A dramatic adaptation and continuing discussion of the book God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher by Jerry L. Martin. He was a lifelong agnostic, but one day he had an occasion to pray. To his vast surprise, God answered- in words. Being a philosopher, he had a lot of questions, and God had a lot to tell him. Episode 127.
Scott Langdon [00:01:10] Welcome to God: An Autobiography, The Podcast. I'm Scott Langdon. This week on the podcast, we give you something very special and completely different. Matt Cardin is the author and editor of several widely acclaimed books, both fiction and nonfiction, on the intersection of religion, horror, creativity and culture, and has recently jumped into the podcasting world with his brand new podcast, The Living Dark, which you can find at mattcardin.com (mattcardin.substack.com), or anywhere you get your podcasts. For his first episode of The Living dark, Matt interviews Jerry about God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher, and it's a discussion so good we wanted to offer it to you here. So with Matt's permission, we give you the inaugural episode of The Living Dark and hope you'll check out everything Matt's got going on over at his website mattcardin.com. Remember, you can always find the complete audio adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher for free anytime by beginning with episode one of this podcast and listening through episode 44. Here now is Matt's interview with Jerry on his podcast, The Living Dark. I hope you enjoy the episode.
The Living Dark Podcast [00:02:37] Welcome to The Living Dark, a podcast at the intersection of religion, horror, creativity and the unknown. This podcast accompanies the newsletter of the same title at mattcardin.substack.com. Now, here’s Matt.
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Scott Langdon [01:04:12] Thank you for listening to God: An Autobiography, The Podcast. Subscribe for free today wherever you listen to your podcasts and hear a new episode every week. You can hear the complete dramatic adaptation of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher by Jerry L. Martin by beginning with episode one of our podcast and listening through its conclusion with Episode 44. You can read the original true story in the book from which this podcast is adapted, God: An Autobiography, As Told to a Philosopher, available now at amazon.com, and always at godanautobiography.com. Pick up your own copy today. If you have any questions about this or any other episode, please email us at email@example.com, and experience the world from God's perspective as it was told to a philosopher. This is Scott Langdon. I'll see you next time.