by Ben Howard
This week Ben is joined by his friend, and On Pop Theology contributor,
John Thornton Jr. for a conversation about stand-up comedy and the
economics of divinity school. We talk about John's experience as a
stand-up comedian as well as the reasons why so many stand-ups are atheist. Afterwards, we segue into a conversation about the usefulness
of divinity school as well as the economic toll it takes on many who
pursue that path of education. I hope you enjoy this interesting and
informative discussion of an issue that isn't often encountered.
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