Lessons in outfoxing religious wolves. We seek to reform religious education so everyone can be spiritually bold, free of manipulation and filled with deep peace. After 20+ years of professional work in religious education and educational nonprofits, hosts Jeff Mallinson (D.Phil. Oxford, philosophy and religion professor, author and speaker) and Stacie Mallinson (former nonprofit development professional, and now certified yoga instructor) realized that how we do religious education leads to a susceptibility to abusive behaviors. This is not a show that will focus on abuse, but rather the ways in which rethinking religious education and involvement with churches, sects, and gurus requires training in critical thinking and personal empowerment.
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A discussion of books to to read this summer, especially for those who have left or are thinking of leaving fundamentalist or toxic forms of religion. We offer suggestions related to spirituality, but they do not involve joining a religion or accepti... more
Our go-to psychology prof Dr. Betsi Little helps us unpack the ways in which attribution theory can help us understand why people tend to defend creepers in religious circles. It also leads to a discussion of the ways in which we can survive and heal... more
Jeff and Stacie respond to listener emails and voice messages, largely unpacking our perspectives on the Bible, inerrancy, LGBT inclusion, and traditional social values within conservative Christianity. We also weigh in on the leaked letter from LCMS... more
Think what you think you should think. Nuff said.
I appreciate this podcast. It makes me feel brave to love freely and to think honestly. It makes me want to have all sorts of people over and just listen to their stories. It’s helped me find direction as a follower of Jesus and is instrumental in helping me hold onto the ‘baby’ and not drown in the ‘bath water.’ Basically, it reminds me of my most favorite hoodie!
I am really enjoying these podcasts on such timely topics. Thanks Jeff and Stacey!
So thankful for this conversation. I find Jeff and Stacie have been able to give gentle rebuke with out causing irreversible offense . Opening doors for healing , hope and repentance in the church. Giving voice to the hurt and awareness to those whom may not understand how that hurt has effected others . And a path of repentance for those who may have caused harm . Like Shazam said to the little girl and her dad at the Carnival as the seven sins pressed in “ Everything is going to be ok.”
As a kid who is a product of American Evangelicalism and a plethora of good and bad theology I appreciate this podcast. There is a lot of hurt out there and we need this podcast to teach critical thinking and discernment.
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