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Good News and Better News

By Jonathan Richard Cring: Author, screenwriter, blogger, composer

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The good news is, it's 22 minutes long. The better news is, it seems even faster. The good news is, it's hosted by Jonathan Richard Cring. The better news is, he's not a stick. The good news is, the human race is not lost. The better news is, so life doesn't suck.

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The good news is, it's 22 minutes long. The better news is, it seems even faster. The good news is, it's hosted by Jonathan Richard Cring. The better news is, he's not a stick. The good news is, the human race is not lost. The better news is, so life doesn't suck.

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God doesn’t have to be Creepy

By DollieC - May 08 2018
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Wonderful, thought provoking, and topical.

Thought provoking.

By Angycring - Mar 16 2018
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Incredibly thought provoking and poignant material.

iTunes Ratings

133 Ratings
Average Ratings
133
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God doesn’t have to be Creepy

By DollieC - May 08 2018
Read more

Wonderful, thought provoking, and topical.

Thought provoking.

By Angycring - Mar 16 2018
Read more

Incredibly thought provoking and poignant material.

Top 10 Episode of Good News and Better News

Rank #1: Know it All

Jun 12 2018
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With the aid of some blues piano, Cring explains the power of knocking in the pursuit of knowing.

Rank #2: Seeing Ain't Seeking

Jun 05 2018
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Taking a little journey back into his life, Cring cautions concerning the dangers of trying to live off of what you see--instead of energizing your efforts into a lifestyle of seeking.

Rank #3: A Few Words Before I Speak

Feb 14 2018
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In the premiere podcast, Cring takes a moment to reflect back on an imaginary youth with a flamboyant uncle whose name was not allowed to be pronounced in mixed company.

Rank #4: Good News 022027 Free At Last - 22718 5.56 PM

Feb 27 2018
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With wit and humor, Cring takes us on a journey to racial relations in America over the years, discovering that the absence of a definitive decision to accept one another opens the door to all sorts of bigotry.

Rank #5: A Shot in the Dark

Feb 20 2018
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A journey through fourteen warning signs that every mass killer exhibits long before the bullets fly. A needful look at what we can do to make sure we have "good news and better news" instead of school shootings.

Rank #6: The Task to Ask

May 29 2018
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“Ask and it shall be given to you.” Is this real or just promo? Cring takes his podcast to tell a story about a five-year-old boy discovering himself—and also how we all can learn to discover ourselves if we’re not afraid to ask.

Rank #7: You Claim to Be Unique

May 22 2018
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In this week's podcast, Cring takes a look at the struggle between prejudice and originality, and exposes the futility of judging other people. Walking down the after-story of Adam and Eve leads us to a better understanding of how to handle our own disappointments.

Rank #8: You Have No Future

May 15 2018
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In a magical, almost childlike world that pursues destiny, Cring takes today's podcast to comically shed light on the beauty of free will, and having the power of making our own wonderful plan for our lives.

Rank #9: God Doesn't Have to Be Creepy

May 08 2018
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What is natural? What does it mean to find nature—and purpose—for our lives? How can we believe without being obnoxious? Cring takes an often humorous look at the stumbling path of being a human—finding yourself a visitor on a planet filled with all sorts of living creatures.

Rank #10: Worry-Warting

May 01 2018
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In the time it takes to worry… Cring takes a look at the American tradition of worrying and hurrying from our youth to our grave, and how, if we’re not careful, we lose the youth and can hasten the grave.