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Curse Your Branches, Revisited

On this episode, we revisit David Bazan’s album Curse Your Branches. This time around we focus on our apologetic foundations and make explicit some our our methodology and principial concerns.

For more background, listen to our previous episode. Bazan is perhaps most noted for founding the indie band Pedro the Lion, a group that gained considerable attention in the Christian indie music community. Known for his introspective and emotionally-charged lyrics, Bazan received attention from a broader group with his latest album Curse Your Branches that among other things, details his rejection of evangelical Christianity.

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