Justin and Stephen talk about their own experiences of deconstruction of faith, including how the process of dismantling elements of their Christianity has helped them to start to see Jesus more clearly. They look for useful metaphors for the process of dismantling broken parts of their belief system and talk about the particular risks and opportunities they have as profs.
Justin and Stephen also discuss dissertation, teaching, Y2K, apocalyptic moments, and good coffee.
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Resources from this episode:
A recent Twitter discussion on deconstruction
Perry’s Model of Cognitive and Ethical Development on Bookshop.org or Amazon
The episode on re-imagining Christian higher education with Thorsten Moritz
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Credits: Regular Theme Music by Josiah Enns.
This episode was recorded on the land of the Wahpekute, Anishinabewaki, and the Očeti Šakówiŋ (Sioux).
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