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Where anything worth doing is worth doing badly.

Misfit Faith Jason Stellman

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Where anything worth doing is worth doing badly.

    37. VATICAN’T (Catholicism Without All the Uplifting Parts): Week 9 — God’s Risky Atheism

    37. VATICAN’T (Catholicism Without All the Uplifting Parts): Week 9 — God’s Risky Atheism

    In this season finale episode of Misfit Faith, I conclude my Vatican't series by suggesting that perhaps the entire Gospel has always been about God working himself out of a job (as in, humanity will eventually outgrow our need of him). We hear a snippet of philosopher John Caputo talking about the kingdom of God, after which I answer a caller's question about the devil. 

    • 19 min.
    36. VATICAN’T (Catholicism Without All the Uplifting Parts): Week 8 — Humanity 2.0

    36. VATICAN’T (Catholicism Without All the Uplifting Parts): Week 8 — Humanity 2.0

    In this episode of Misfit Faith I discuss what Christianity might look like on the other side of our deconstruction and the death of our old idol-God, and I share how that my own journey has caused me to rethink what it means to be human. We hear a snippet from Nadia Bolz-Weber on the need to forgive a-holes, after which I take a listener’s question about the afterlife. I end the show with a rant about why outdated crap still exists in our supposedly advanced age.

    • 25 min.
    35. VATICAN’T (Catholicism Without All the Uplifting Parts): Week 7 — The Absurdity of the Cross

    35. VATICAN’T (Catholicism Without All the Uplifting Parts): Week 7 — The Absurdity of the Cross

    In this episode of Misfit Faith a turn my attention to “atonement theory,” suggesting that perhaps some things are better left ambiguous. We hear a snippet of Peter Rollins discussing Christianity and the Absurd, after which I answer a listener’s question about whether crises of faith are normal. I end the show by demonstrating how racist we all are.

    • 31 min.
    34. VATICAN’T (Catholicism Without All the Uplifting Parts): Week 6 — The Dangers of an Early Easter

    34. VATICAN’T (Catholicism Without All the Uplifting Parts): Week 6 — The Dangers of an Early Easter

    In this episode of Misfit Faith I explore the space between crucifixion and resurrection, suggesting that we must exercise an atheistic faith in order to allow our old ideas sufficient time in the tomb before they re-emerge. I share a clip of a conversation with Barry Taylor, and end by sharing an example of people yelling at me. 

    • 39 min.
    33. VATICAN’T (Catholicism Without All the Uplifting Parts): Week 5 — Divine Atheism

    33. VATICAN’T (Catholicism Without All the Uplifting Parts): Week 5 — Divine Atheism

    On this episode of Misfit Faith I delve deeper into Jesus’ own confrontation with the void during his crucifixion, going as far as to suggest that in his cry of dereliction, God became an atheist. We hear a trinitarian argument from the Daily Show’s Trevor Noah (although I doubt he realized he was being trinitarian), after which I take another call about the afterlife. I end the show with a rant about a certain idiom in the English language that needs to be changed.

    • 34 min.
    32. VATICAN’T (Catholicism Without All the Uplifting Parts) – Week 4: The Death of God

    32. VATICAN’T (Catholicism Without All the Uplifting Parts) – Week 4: The Death of God

    In this episode of Misfit Faith we look to the cross in order to discover exactly what “embracing the void” looks like (turns out it’s a real bummer). We hear from Peter Rollins about the message that Christianity frees us from the expectation of personal fulfillment, and I take a call about what happens after we die. I end the show with a call to all bros to quit being such douchebags.

    • 25 min.

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