Great question! I’m so glad you asked.
First, Seminary Dropout is a podcast.
What’s a podcast, you ask?
A podcast is essentially a radio show that you can get on the internet, so you can listen any time you want. You have two options: you can listen to this podcast through this website. Or, you can download a podcast, which means you’re saving it on your phone, or tablet, or computer, and you can listen to it anytime, even without an internet connection.
Now, What is the podcast, Seminary Dropout?
I am literally a seminary dropout, but that is not however the primary reason the show is called Seminary Dropout. I named it Seminary Dropout because I felt that it served as the perfect metaphor for what the show aims to do. Seminary Dropout features interviews with Christian authors, leaders, and thinkers and exists somewhere between seminary and youth camp. So its a little bit seminary and a little bit dropout.
I’ve been fortunate enough to interview some amazing people like Phillip Yancey, Walter Brueggemann, and Christena Cleveland, among others. For a full list see the right side bar titled ‘Seminary Dropout Guests’.
How Can I Listen to Seminary Dropout?
To Listen on this website: Click on the ‘Home’ button on the top left side of this page, then scroll down to find posts titled ‘Seminary Dropout’ and then click play.
To Download: Get it delivered to your phone or tablet each week using an app.
For iPhones and iPads, use the Podcasts app. You get it from the App Store (it actually comes installed on newer devices). In the Podcasts app you search for Seminary Dropout and then hit subscribe. If you have iTunes on your computer then you can click here, then click ‘View in iTunes’, and then ‘Subscribe’.
For Android phones and tablets, try the Stitcher app. Get that from Google Play. In Stitcher, search for Seminary Dropout and click the plus sign (+), to add it to your Favorites List. Now go to the Favorites List. Tell it to download new episodes by clicking the gear in the upper right corner.
I hope you subscribe, listen, and enjoy.