Two Perspectives On Governor Walker’s Plan To Cut UW System Funding, Portraits Of Lake Michigan, Pastor Critiques Christianity

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When you imagine what a Christian pastor looks like, a tattooed woman who pokes fun at the religion probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. Our guest tells us about her journey and life as a pastor in Denver, Colorado. We also get the story behind a photographer’s trip around Lake Michigan and get two perspectives on Governor Walker’s plan to cut UW System funding.

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  • Two Perspectives On Governor Walker's Proposal To Cut UW System Funding In Exchange For More Autonomy

    Governor Scott Walker just announced a 13%, $300 million cut in funding to the UW System to take place over the next two years. The funding cut would be in exchange for more autonomy for the System. A Republican lawmaker and a leader in the UW System react to the governor’s plan.

  • Critiquing Christianity From The Inside

    We hear the story of a former stand-up and comic and addict turned Lutheran pastor. She’s out to tell it like it is, and make space for women leaders within Christianity.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Amanda Magnus Producer
  • Adam Neylon Guest
  • Joe Gow Guest
  • Nadia Bolz-Weber Guest