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Religious podcast launching on Kickstarter

Religious podcast launching on Kickstarter

Three graduate students studying religion at the University of Georgia have a kickstarter for their new podcast, titled Religioncast.

The trio list some planned topics as:

  • Islamophobia and it’s effects in the world today.
  • What does the Bible really say about Hell?
  • The Documentary Hypothesis and Biblical Authorship
  • Early Church Fathers
  • The Hijab and the women who wear it.

Will you tune in?

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Brendan O. Hale

I wish these folks luck, but I'm a little uncertain about what they need the money for. I wonder why you wouldn't create a couple of pilot episodes first, and then start raising money based on reaction to the pilots. You can make a perfectly decent podcast with a $50 mic and free audio editing software - that's how The Collect Call got started.

The additional bells and whistles (Adobe Creative Cloud, Soundcloud Pro, etc.) are where things start getting expensive (and we did eventually spring for both), but you don't need them to demonstrate proof of concept.

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