Conversations with Courageous People Deconstructing Christian Beliefs | Brady Hardin interviews guests about their faith deconstruction, unraveling religious indoctrination, spiritual abuse experiences, religious trauma, the rebuilding of a personal community after leaving Christian Fundamentalism, and much more.
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In this episode, Brady and guest Erin discuss fatphobia, eating disorder recovery, and embodiment. more
After a break lasting over a year and a half, Michelle joins Brady to discuss deconstructing neurodiversity and eating disorder recovery. more
CW: Spiritual, emotional, and physical abuse toward someone who is differently-abled and mention of suicide attempt more
Every episode I’ve listened to has deeply moved me because of the honesty, and compassion that the hosts have for themselves and one another. As someone who was brought up in a closeted fundamentalist religion that taught me to fear my self, and other people, it’s heartwarming and life-affirming to hear people who have escaped similar experiences talking to each other with such love, understanding and depth. more
Ashley adams. This will change my future life. I needed this God bless
This podcast helped me immensely on my deconstruction journey. Through Brady’s thoughtful, gentle, and humor-infused interviews, I was able to hear stories from others that helped me process my own experiences. I became a part of a community that I didn’t know existed and desperately needed. A must listen for those deconstructing from evangelical christianity.
Brady likes to attack racial minorities and double down on his white supremacist behavior. He claims to have deconstructed from Evangelicalism but it is clear that he has not deconstructed from the white supremacy, sexism, lack of compassion and accountability that go with it.
Really important and informative podcast. Delivered with care, humour and compassion.
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The Life After Podcast launched 7 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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