Deconstructing Faith: Necessary, Dangerous or Both?

David French and Curtis Chang discuss the hot topic of “deconstruction,” a term with multiple meanings, from reevaluation of specific faith related issues to a deeper questioning of Christian faith itself. For many the discussion around deconstruction stems from some sense of pain or hurt caused by the church. David and Curtis (and producer Kris) explore the complex and deeply personal dimensions of this process, including practical suggestions for listeners.

Show Notes:

The French Press: Under Attack from Fundamentalist Pirates, Evangelical Baptists Refused to Give Up the Ship

Karen Swallow Prior: “With this much rot, there’s no choice but to deconstruct”

The French Press: John Wayne, Jesus, and the Struggle to Define the Christian Man

The French Press: America Is in the Grips of a Fundamentalist Revival

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