Danny Anderson is on the Creatively Christian podcast. Danny Anderson teaches English at Mount Aloysius College in Pennsylvania. He has written about film, popular culture, politics, and theology for Film Inquiry, Popular Culture and Theology, The Mantle, and Sound the Sirens, among others. He also produces and hosts the Sectarian Review Podcast. In this episode, Danny talks about how he creates spaces of hospitality to engage with diverse ideas. He also discusses giving yourself permission to make bad art. You can check out Danny on Twitter at @DannyPAnderson. This episode can be found on YouTube. Show Notes The following resources were mentioned in the show or are useful resources recommended by the guests. Some links are marked as affiliate links, meaning we earn a commission if you buy through that link. "Pillars: How Muslim Friends Led me Closer to Jesus" Sectaroam Review, podcast Christian Humanist Radio Network"A Summer's Reading" by Bernard Malamud"A Report for an Academy" by Franz KafkaBread Givers [Affiliate] by Anzia Yezierska Credits This show is produced by Theophany Media. The theme music is by Bill Brooks and Andrea Sandefur. The logo is by Bill Brooks. Our wonderful hosts are Brannon Hollingsworth, Lynn Baber, Andrea Sandefur, and Bill Brooks. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. To support the show and enter a supportive community of Christian storytellers, join the Creatively Christian Club. Learn more at www.theophanymedia.com/club.