The AxPx Podcast S3.E4: Life After Deconstruction (or How I Stopped Caring About The Big Questions)

Rob Davis returns to the show in an impromptu discussion about life on the other side of his journey from full-time ministry 6 years ago to normal, every day life. When anyone “deconstructs” their faith there is a natural progression that takes place, very similar to the various steps of grief. Rob and I talk […]

The AxPx Podcast 26: Breaking Theology

Greg Horton (@expastor) joins us this week to discuss skepticism and theology. We piggyback off of last week’s podcast with Tripp Fuller, so I suggest you give that one a listen before this one. Enjoy! Show Notes: Greg Horton interviews Trip Fuller Suggested Reading: Christian America?: Perspectives on Our Religious Heritage  Schools Of Theology: Calvinism […]

The AxPx Podcast 24: Need For Community

The AxPx Podcast is a year old! Wow. I had no idea it would last this long. Joey and I reflect on how we’ve grown this past year. We’re both more comfortable in our skins and realize that a sense of community is to thank for that. We’re both looking forward to the conversations we’re […]

The AxPx Podcast 22: Balance?

  Sean and Joey have a casual conversation with Rob Davis (@coffeeorsuicide) about doubt, depression, health and balancing doubt, unbelief and a healthy lifestyle.

The AxPx Podcast 18: The Skeptic’s Annotated Bible

  In 1989, Steve Wells began creating what is now The Skeptic’s Annotated Bible (SAB). First it was something for his personal use but 24 years later it has become a valuable internet resource for Skeptics, Atheists and Agnostics. The SAB has just been released in book form and will no doubt be a “conversation […]

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