April 8th, 2018
Jameson catches up with his new/old friend Jon Steingard of Hawk Nelson, covering growth as artists, navigating the Christian music machine and our favorite 90's bands who may be more genius than most think! And tangents abound including Jon's love for tour mate Colton Dixon and his old school Further Seems Forever stories. All that and some sick Korn references by Ryan.
Music giveaways coming soon!
Songs heard in episode:
"He Still Does (Miracles)"
April 3rd, 2018
We get heavy with Buddy Nielsen, vocalist of Senses Fail. Is the 12 Step Program for everyone? How do you share the worst events in your life with a massive audience? Does better art come from times of struggle or times of peace? Is Senses Fail due for another rise in fame? Also, Ryan and Jameson single- handedly dismantle Facebook and the NRA in one fell swoop.
Senses Fail's new record, IF THERE IS LIGHT, IT WILL FIND YOU, is available now at Purenoise.net
Songs heard in episode:
"Gold Jacket, Green Jacket..."
"If There Is Light, It Will Find You"
March 18th, 2018
Ryan and Jameson are back this week with guest Aaron Stone of My Epic. We talk deconstruction, doubt and devastation. Infinity War discussions abound, Ryan educates the next generation of Marvel fans and Jameson struggles to find another word for "synonym". Eagle Muntz.
Pre-order My Epic's latest record, Ultraviolet, now at:
My Epic songs heard in this episode:
November 10th, 2017
The legend of all band lore Aaron Weiss of mewithoutYou explains the genius of Rumi, why he can’t call himself an artist and why he had to further unplug himself after the election. All while enjoying some delicious secondhand soup.
July 31st, 2017
Seminary Dropout host Shane Blackshear schools Godspeed on his massive guest list, what it takes to stick with seminary and why Greg Boyd is so freeking awesome. Check out SeminaryDropout.com
as well as Shane's other show OnRamp, a podcast about race through the lens of Christianity.
June 4th, 2017
Mike McHargue aka Science Mike drops in to discuss Finding God in the Waves: How I Left My Faith and Found It Again Through Science
. You know Mike from The Liturgists Podcast and of course his own show, Ask Science Mike. Though Jameson wouldn't allow Ryan to read Mike's book before the interview, Godspeed will no doubt be referencing Science Mike pretty much from here on out. Can science and faith ever fully integrate? Why have we viewed them as enemies for so long? Are supernatural experiences worth a darn? Tune in as you can hear Jameson and Ryan literally becoming smarter by proximity. Huge thank you to Science Mike and as always please send any questions/comments/concerns/misguided vitriol to firstname.lastname@example.org
May 29th, 2017
The one and only Rob Bell stops by Godspeed to discuss his new book What is the Bible? How an Ancient Library of Poems, Letters and Stories Can Transform the Way You Think and Feel About Everything. Bell's writings have played a pivotal role in your hosts' lives, provoking questions, inspiring peace and calming thoughts of doubts. Always a lightening rod for controversy, Bell is simply asking the right questions in a time where ambition for growth is paramount to religiosity and rules. We can't recommend Bell's books enough. Agree or not, Rob Bell is one of the most influential and creative voices today.