Bob Dylan is one of the most spiritually interesting songwriters of our generation. In today’s episode, Bishop Barron reflects on some of Dylan’s best-known hits to show how they subtlety put Biblical themes on display. A listener wonders if Bishop Barron has any tips on how to evangelize in a secular workspace.
- 0:17 – Bishop Barron at the Bob Dylan concert last weekend
- 2:40 – Can Bob Dylan serve as a gateway to God?
- 4:45 – Who is Bob Dylan?
- 8:32 – Why Bob Dylan is best read as a spiritual poet
- 10:11 – Bob Dylan’s religious views
- 12:17 – Biblical elements of Blowin’ in the Wind
- 15:39 – Bishop Barron on Like a Rolling Stone
- 21:41 – Bob Dylan and the Resurrection
- 22:10 – All Along the Watchtower and the Book of Isaiah
- 26:41 – Finding Jesus in Dylan’s Make You Feel My Love
- 28:43 – Question from listener: How can we evangelize in a secular workspace?
- Reflections on Bob Dylan (Bishop Barron)
- Bob Dylan’s “All Along the Watchtower” (Bishop Barron)
- Reflections on Bob Dylan in China (Bishop Barron)
- Keith Richards, Bob Dylan, and the New Evangelization (Bishop Barron)
- “Bob Dylan in China” (Bishop Barron)
- Bob Dylan Songs