Join Professor Sweet as he kicks off an all-new season of Napkin Scribbles by paying homage to Harold Bloom and his book The Anxiety of Influence. This episode will also challenge you to show your footnotes and acknowledge those that influenced your writings and thoughts.
Join Professor Sweet for a special Nativity Napkin Scribble celebrating the work of Jan de Beer and his painting famously known as The Nativity. While listening Dr. Sweet encourages you to look at the painting to take in its incredible details.
Welcome back for season 3 of Napkin Scribbles with author and professor Leonard Sweet. Portland Seminary of George Fox University is once again proud to bring you the scratching and scribblings of Dr. Sweet this semester. First up is a personal story and from Dr. Sweet warning us against the wows of an outhouse mindset in modern culture.
Please feel free to leave a message for Professor Sweet on with many question on this episode. At the conclusion of the season Professor Sweet will reply to a select few in a special bonus episode.
On this episode, Professor Sweet scribbles a little about Frank Zappa, the Anabaptists, and Politics all in one! Don't forget to subscribe and share Napkin Scribbles with a friend. Napkin Scribbles is brought to us by Portland Seminary of George Fox University!
Join us for episode two of the all-new season of Napkin Scribbles! On today's episode, Author and Professor Leonard Sweet scratches and scribbles with us about sacred jazz. Today's episode includes music from jazz giants of the faith; Aretha Franklin, Mary Lue Williams, and Louis Armstrong. So are you a Thelonious Monk? Take a listen and find out! Don't forget to subscribe and share with a friend!
Napkin Scribbles Podcast does not own the copyrights to the following list of the music included in this episode. Napkin Scribbles only intends to use the following list of songs as a point of reference for the content contained within this episode:
Aretha Franklin: Say A Little Prayer, Atlantic Records
Mary Lou Williams: Black Christ of The Andes, Smithsonian Folkways Records
Louis Daniel Armstrong: Rhythm Save the World, Decca Jazz Records
Duke Ellington: Don't Mean a Thing, Brunswick Records
Join us for episode one of the all-new season of Napkin Scribbles! On today's episode, Author and Professor Leonard Sweet shares his scratches and scribbles with us about just doing it! Was Nike the first to encourage us to "just do it"? Find out what Leonard Sweet scratches about it on today's Napkin Scribble.