Pastor and writer Dr. Doug Bursch talks about life, God and Christian community from a fairly spiritual perspective. For more check out www.fairlyspiritual.org
Bad Theology Defending Bad Pastors
Doug examines bad theology that keeps bad pastors in power.
Dyslexic and Dyscalculia Trauma
Doug talks about living with dyslexia and dyscalculia. He looks at the often overlooked or minimized signs of these learning disabilities and advocates for more awareness, sensitivity and consideration.
Stop Moralizing Everything
Doug looks at online divisiveness, church decline and relationship conflicts from a non-moral, non-ethical, non-spiritual perspective.
Abuse and Complementarianism
Doug talks about how complementarianism leads to the abuse of women.
Mars, Suez and Steering Your Faith
Doug talks about the problems with a mission to Mars, trouble in the Suez canal and how faith is often like trying to change direction on a ship.
Amplifying, Avoiding or Fighting Evil
Doug looks at news stories such as a pit toilet bear attack and examines how internet evil can be amplified, ignored or fought against.
Honesty & Transparency wrapped in a Love for All
The Fairly Spiritual Show offers a safe space for followers of Jesus; young, old, mature, and new believers — as well as doubters! — to come and experience the Truth of God’s holy Word. He teaches gently and honestly, sharing his own struggles, in an attempt to bring us into community with Jesus Christ and each other. A humble, inspiring teacher, Doug’s instruction is a reasoning melody in a world dominated by dogmatic horn-blasts and sound bites.
Doug is relevant, deeply spiritual, and yet so easy to understand. A must have for your podcast library!!
Warm, honest, lovely podcast
Doug Bursch is about as sincere and caring as they come. He will challenge you to think about an issue thru the lens of Jesus and always with the purpose of growth as the foundation. If you are in a place where you have been hurt by the church, this is a safe space for you.
He also regularly reminds me that we are here to be in community with one another, we are the body of Christ, and together we function - not always perfectly - for His glory.