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Episode 61: In this episode Michael has a conversation with narrative therapist Nicole Conner and megachurch survivor Jess Holdaway. Jess speaks of her journey through the megachurch, the impact on her body and her experience of trauma, as we weave i... more
Episode 60: In this episode, Shane Meyer-Holt and I continue talking about megachurches and toxic church cultures. We focus this conversation on the "creep", which is what happens when things change incrementally over time from the 'mild' toward some... more
Episode 59: In this episode Shane and I hit pause on delving into the megachurch playbook to check in and get a sense of where things are up to. We talk about how we've been feeling over the past few weeks as this conversation has unfolded, what feel... more
A refreshing insight into Christian theology. I have throughly enjoyed listening through the conversations being had.
I love this podcast, Michael has such a great way of teaching and communicating; informative and clear with a generous helping of lighthearted honesty. So much of what Michael has covered mirrors my personal faith journey, I’m sure it will help others (particularly those teetering on the perimeter of evangelicalism), and I am grateful for this compass of ‘reconstruction’ to be a guide. Hugely recommended.
I feel like I’m sitting on the other side of the mic in Michaels room (not in a creepy way) as he shares his reflections and insights on the biggest and most contentious issues of faith especially in the Christian / Pentecostal / Evangelical traditions. It’s an honest, intellectually stimulating and courageous conversation that invites you to think rather than just accept his perspectives. Of course these ideas very well summarised are not unique to Michael Frost and his podcast. He’s not some h... more
For those who like their theology southern hemispheric, this is for you. The host, Michael Frost, is funny, humble and (most importantly) super insightful as he speaks about the questions that people of faith are asking (or pretending that they don't have). I would highly recommend having a listen to In the Shift.
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In the Shift launched 4 years ago and published 61 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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