Cooper & Cary Have Words

#90 Living in Babylon

September 10, 2020 James Cary & Barry Cooper Season 1
Cooper & Cary Have Words
#90 Living in Babylon
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Cooper & Cary Have Words
#90 Living in Babylon
Sep 10, 2020 Season 1
James Cary & Barry Cooper

An email from a listener sparks a debate about how James, given his (he would argue biblical) views on the state line up with getting paid by The BBC. James deflects and throws it open. But it's a good question: How do we live in a compromised, fallen world. At what point does a godly desire for purity become selfish? (A Meatloaf based subtitle for this episode is also available.)

James has been banging on about this book for a while: Journey to the Mayflower.

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Get the next episode of C&C by clicking "Subscribe" in your podcast app. And if you liked *this* episode, please leave us a review. No-one's left us a review in AGES. I mean it doesn't matter in the grand scheme of things, obviously. Really, just forget I said anything. [Solitary tear courses down otherwise stoic face.]

Our theme music is by Roger Taylor and his latest album is The Rubicon Moment. Production and incidental music by Cooper & Cary.

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Show Notes

An email from a listener sparks a debate about how James, given his (he would argue biblical) views on the state line up with getting paid by The BBC. James deflects and throws it open. But it's a good question: How do we live in a compromised, fallen world. At what point does a godly desire for purity become selfish? (A Meatloaf based subtitle for this episode is also available.)

James has been banging on about this book for a while: Journey to the Mayflower.

Hey you! Yes you, the disarmingly attractive and intelligent one. Would you like longer, uncut versions of each new episode, in video format, several days in advance? All this will be yours, when you become a Cooper & Cary Patron. You also get lots of other exciting goodies, the chance to talk more about issues raised by the show, and the unbridled approval of all other human beings.

Get the next episode of C&C by clicking "Subscribe" in your podcast app. And if you liked *this* episode, please leave us a review. No-one's left us a review in AGES. I mean it doesn't matter in the grand scheme of things, obviously. Really, just forget I said anything. [Solitary tear courses down otherwise stoic face.]

Our theme music is by Roger Taylor and his latest album is The Rubicon Moment. Production and incidental music by Cooper & Cary.

Tweet us @cooperandcary, comment on our Facebook page, or go old skool and email us here.


Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/cooperandcary)