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Guest Info/Bio: Guest Bio: This week I kick off a two-part series on race with Andre Henry. Andre is an award-winning musician, writer, and activist. He is a columnist for Religion New Service and the author of the newsletter “Hope and Hard Pills.” H... more
Guest Info/Bio: Guest Bio: This week I welcome back John Dominic Crossan! Dr. Crossan is one of the preeminent New Testament scholars and historian of early Christianity. He is known for his contemporary historical Jesus research and he has written b... more
Guest Info/Bio: This week I welcome back our good friend Jonathan Martin! Jonathan is a pastor at The Table and author of two critically acclaimed books, Prototype and How to Survive a Shipwreck, and a brand new book, The Road Away from God: How Love... more
I would challenge everyone to go read your Bibles if you want to know what Truth is!!!! It’s enough!!!! Hold man’s words up against it always. If you faithfully do this, you will see that men like this are NOT teaching/putting forth the one true Gospel.
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Around 2017 I started realizing that I disagree with every preacher, pulpit pounder (that I hear), and everyone in my community regarding biblical values. I was ostracized from my ministry, of which I was the founder, and regretted naming the ministry after Jesus because of the hateful people that name attracted. This happened because I dared to apply critical thinking to my belief structure and seriously examine the basis of my faith. I had no idea others went through the same process until I d... more
You don’t have to agree with these guys or their guests to benefit from this show. If there is any question of that go back to the early episode about depression. They deal with topics in a sensitive and vulnerable way, but with so much thoughtfulness and research that I learn something from every episode. And always finish it feeling better. Such a great listen!
I’m relatively new to this podcast and am still in the 2018 episodes, but it has been so freeing and life giving to be given permission to ask questions, rather than be trapped in a system of fearing to speak lest one be shown as a heretic, fraud or not being Christian enough. Absolutely adore John and Adam too. Keep it up guys!
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The Deconstructionists launched 7 years ago and published 161 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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