RTN Theology #25- Analog Church: Setting a Quiet & Kind Table Amidst a Digital Crisis w/ Jay Kim

April 23, 2020
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Everyone is working and worshipping at home these days and all of our social lives outside of our homes are mediated by technology. RTNT 25 enlists guest co-host John Jay Alvaro to join in on a conversation with author Jay Kim (Analog Church: Why We Need Real People, Places, and Things in the Digital Age, IVP 2020). about the ways we use technology to connect to each other and to God in this time of our widespread reliance. The Welcome Wagon provides our quarantime soundtrack.


Jay Y. Kim is pastor of teaching and leadership at Vintage Faith Church in Santa Cruz, California. He also serves on the core leadership team of the ReGeneration Project and cohosts the ReGeneration Podcast. He lives in Silicon Valley with his wife and two children.

John Jay Alvaro is lead pastor of First Baptist Church, Pasadena, CA. He completed his graduate studies at Duke Divinity School and continues to study the intersection of religion and technology. He and his wife, Corrie, have two children and a dog. 

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Featured music: The Welcome Wagon is a married couple, the Reverend Thomas Vito Aiuto and his wife Monique, who execute a genre of gospel music that is refreshingly plain. Their hymns are modest and melodic takes on a vast history of sacred song traditions, delivered with the simple desire to know their Maker—and to know each other—more intimately. The Welcome Wagon are frequent collaborators with Sufjan Stevens and artists included in the Porter’s Gate Worship Project (RTNT #16).

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Episode theme music: Jesus Said by David Childers

Episode edited by Gary Fletcher.

Episode produced & hosted by Bob Crawford & Chris Breslin.

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