Episode #356

Everything’s Going to be Okay

Guest: Daniel van Voorhis

Series: Crackers and Grape Juice

Host: Jason Micheli

May 20, 2022

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The author of Monsters, Daniel van Voorhis is the host of the Christian History Almanac and a former co-host of the Virtue in the Wasteland podcast and an author and speaker at the 1517 legacy Project. After receiving his PhD in Modern history from the University of St. Andrews, Dr. van Voorhis spent 11 years teaching history and political science at Concordia University, Irvine and was most recently the Assistant Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences. Dr. van Voorhis has published articles and chapters in books on subjects ranging from the Reformation to Modern American history. He speaks nationally in academic and general conference settings on topics from history, addiction, religion and politics. He has been married to Beth Anne since 2001 and has 2 sons, Coert (2009) and Raymond (2012). He grew up in Irvine and moved back to Orange County in 2006. He is fanatical in his love of the Los Angeles Rams. He realizes that his emotional state in the fall rises and falls with the fortunes of the prodigal team come home. His depressive bouts over the past few years are certainly correlated with the team being statistically, the worst in the NFL. He also has a cat that he named Waffles, immediately regretted, and has referred to as Kitty for almost 12 years. His literary influences include Nathaniel Zuckerman, Jack Torrance and Voltaire. His musical influences include Cap’n Geech and the Shrimp Shack Shooters and the Zack Attack.


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