5 episodes

Welcome to the Human is Enough podcast! I am your host, Robert Peoples. In each episode, I will be sharing personal stories about deconstructing from religion and building a life after. I'll also talk about the process of deconstruction, the challenges and difficulties that come with it, and the joys and rewards of living a life free from religion. We hope that by sharing our stories, we can help others who are going through the same process find peace and liberation.

To be human is enough.

Human is Enough Robert Peoples

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

Welcome to the Human is Enough podcast! I am your host, Robert Peoples. In each episode, I will be sharing personal stories about deconstructing from religion and building a life after. I'll also talk about the process of deconstruction, the challenges and difficulties that come with it, and the joys and rewards of living a life free from religion. We hope that by sharing our stories, we can help others who are going through the same process find peace and liberation.

To be human is enough.

    Hymns of Dehumanization

    Hymns of Dehumanization

    A once devoted evangelical Christian deconstructs their former belief. What turn of events transpired to shift their perspective into becoming an agnostic? Tune in as Shawn Towers, and I discuss his deconstruction journey.



    You can also watch video clips on TikTok @affinis_humanity. It was originally a TikTok Live. Visit Shawn @shawnscott55

    • 42 min
    Beyond the Cross: Abolitionism and Religious Deconstruction

    Beyond the Cross: Abolitionism and Religious Deconstruction

    Beyond the Cross: Abolitionism and Religious Deconstruction is a compelling live stream conversation with Dr. Nicole Truesdell—Anthropologist, and Abolitionist, scholar that explores the intersection of abolitionism and the rejection of Christianity as the primary source of religious or spiritual identification among African Americans.


    Dr. Nicole Truesdell is an anthropologist by training and an abolitionist scholar and teacher in practice. Dr. Truesdell’s previous experience includes being an administrator and faculty member at Brown University and Beloit College, working with students who are underserved and underrepresented in higher education. At Brown, she founded the Institute for Transformative Practice, which housed 7 student-focused identity centers and worked to create collaborative, cooperative, and coalition-based programming and research around collective liberation. 

    • 1 hr 27 min
    Embracing the Unknown

    Embracing the Unknown

    Welcome to "Embracing the Unknown," a thought-provoking podcast that invites you on a transformative journey through the uncharted territory between deconstruction and reconstruction. Join us as we navigate the complexities of faith, philosophy, and personal growth, unraveling the threads of tradition while seeking fresh perspectives. Through insightful conversations and introspective explorations, we discover profound meaning in the vast space where uncertainty and possibility converge. Expand your mind and embrace the unknown with us.

    Dr. French is a post-Christian thinker and writer. Her career has been in theological education, as both professor and administrator. She has recently released her first book, Safer than the Known Way: A Post-Christian Journey. ⁣⁣ Maria has also worked in innovative church contexts, planting, and denominational leadership. She is focused on the intersections of faith and culture, offering new forums for faith engagement and theological imaginations via Radical Theology and post-theistic thought. Maria holds two MAs and a Doctorate. Find her teaching, coaching, and writing on her Patreon, and check out her website for more.⁣⁣

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Religiosity And The Black Family: An American Crisis

    Religiosity And The Black Family: An American Crisis

    Dr. Allycin Powell-Hicks hosts the Discovery+ and OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network series “Like Mother, Like Daughter.” She is a Mental Health/Relationship Expert, television personality, and founder of the DOUX Consulting Group. Dr. Ally holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Health Psychology with a particular interest in branding, cultivating happiness and empathy, and how perception transforms experience and empowerment through creativity. 

    Dr. Allycin joins me to discuss the intricate issues facing American Black families under Christian fundamentalism. Dr. Allycin and I will excavate the historical, psychological, and colonized ideologies plaguing the Black psyche. This episode was originally a TikTok Live. Enjoy the nuances and fun moments of our conversation.

    Find Dr. Ally and me on the following sites:
    www.allycinhicks.com
    TikTok: @dr.ally
    Instagram: @allycinhicks

    www.affinishumanity.org
    TikTok: @affinis_humanity
    Instagram: @affinishumanity

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Human is Enough (Trailer)

    Human is Enough (Trailer)

    • 49 sec

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