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Award-winning author Luke T. Harrington talks to people who have changed their minds about big things.

Changed My Mind with Luke T. Harrington Luke T. Harrington

    • Philosophy
    • 4.8 • 13 Ratings

Award-winning author Luke T. Harrington talks to people who have changed their minds about big things.

    From Laissez-Faire to Single-Payer — Jasper Abbott — S2 E10

    From Laissez-Faire to Single-Payer — Jasper Abbott — S2 E10

    I talk to attorney Jasper Abbott about how his wife's chronic illness made him rethink his libertarianism and advocate for single-payer healthcare. Also discussed: Martin Luther; Ayn Rand; Pete Buttigieg.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    From Physical Games to Streaming — Richard Clark — S2 E9

    From Physical Games to Streaming — Richard Clark — S2 E9

    I talk to Richard Clark on why he’s gone all-streaming for his games. Also discussed: Andrew Lloyd Webber; Calvinism; why Gamergate will never go away.

    • 1 hr 35 min
    From Skeptic to Exorcist — Christian Tiews — S2 E8

    From Skeptic to Exorcist — Christian Tiews — S2 E8

    I talk to Dr. Christian Tiews about how he came to believe in demons—and how he became an exorcist. Also discussed: Halloween in Germany; Lutheranism in Africa; Julian Jaynes.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    From Paranormal Believer to Paranormal Skeptic — Doug Lattery — S2 E7

    From Paranormal Believer to Paranormal Skeptic — Doug Lattery — S2 E7

    I talk to Doug Lattery about why he no longer believes in ghosts and miracles. Also discussed: Pokémon, firefighters’ calendars, Jack Chick.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    From "White Privilege Isn't Real" to "Wait, No, It Is" — Laci Cornelison — S2 E6

    From "White Privilege Isn't Real" to "Wait, No, It Is" — Laci Cornelison — S2 E6

    I talk to Laci Cornelison on how she came to believe white privilege is real. Also discussed: nursing homes, farming, William Tecumseh Sherman.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    From Discipline Parent to Grace Parent — Marjorie Hall — S2 E5

    From Discipline Parent to Grace Parent — Marjorie Hall — S2 E5

    I talk to Marjorie Hall about how she decided leashes for toddlers are probably okay. Also discussed: dogs, spiders, playing with knives.

    • 1 hr 2 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

rockswillcryout ,

Fantastic concept, engaging host

Conversations around hot button topics have become increasingly difficult to engage in with those on a different side. This podcast provides an opportunity for us all to consider another perspective in a non-threatening and grace-filled way. Luke offers intentional and thoughtful questions, allowing the guest’s story to be respected. He never gets in the way of that story, giving space for them to tell it as they wish. By framing these challenging topics around personal stories, he is gently showing us all to be more open.

Sparki777 ,

Intriguing interviews that challenge you to examine your own beliefs

Luke T. Harrington has created the most interesting podcast I have stumbled onto in a long time. He seeks out people who have done a complete 180 in a core belief. His non-judgmental but unapologetically probing interview style digs into the root causes for why each guest believed XYZ and what caused them to shift to believing LMNOP. This podcast is a refreshing break from the trend toward a polarizing agree-or-disagree attitude so prevalent in our world today. Open your mind, launch this podcast, and you’ll find yourself thinking more deeply about your own beliefs and what has caused you to change your mind...or not.

Gina Dalfonzo ,

A valuable listening experience

You're bound to hear something you disagree with on this podcast. That's okay. In fact, you might just be glad you did. The podcast explores differing points of view and the process of changing one's mind in ways that are especially healthy, constructive, and valuable in this hyper-tribal, hyper-polarized culture. Luke is both gracious and incisive with his guests, and I particularly enjoy his end-of-podcast musings. Definitely give this one a try.

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