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A SERIES of DISCUSSIONS on ZOOM, part 5
October 20, 2021 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Deconstructionists Podcast – selected episodes
Over the years we have had both book groups and bible studies. This new offering is a weekly discussion group over 5 weeks focused on selected posts from The Deconstructionists podcast. The Deconstructionist is a podcast produced by two Nth American’s; Adam Narloch & John Williamson. In each episode, they interview an academic, writer, theologian, philosopher, justice advocate, musician, or fellow pilgrim of the progressive Way.
Their guests are articulate and insightful. We have read and discussed many of them during our book groups over the years.
- Each podcast leaves you with plenty to think about!
- Each week we will listen to a selected podcast prior to our getting together and then spend our time together on Zoom discussing what we have heard, what we liked, and what we will take away from the episode.
You may have some questions or comments you want to share with the group. There are over 120 episodes on the podcast so it has been hard to narrow it down to just 5. Listed below are the first three for the group. I chose a variety of topics and guests for our time together but please – feel free to listen to as many as you want!
Where to access the podcast for our discussion group?
You can access the episodes on both Apple Podcasts and Spotify via your phone, tablet or PC. I have included a link to each episode. You can also see the full range of podcast episodes at The deconstructionists podcast. You do not have to pay for any app to listen to these episodes.
Week 5: Ep 72 of The Deconstructionists – Kester Brewin “Getting High”
Episode 72 focuses on Kester Brewin’s book: Getting High: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the Dream of Flight.
Kester is a mathematics teacher and a leading thinker in philosophy of religion and technology. The power of his work lies in the synthesis of ideas from disparate fields, playing the history of piracy off a psychotherapeutic reading of Star Wars, or pushing Harry Potter to play alongside both Batman and Shakespeare’s Prospero.
Accessible, challenging and richly rewarding, his work has been hailed as some of the most courageous and unflinching theological writing of recent years, charting his own path from the orthodox belief of his childhood to a radical death-of-God reading of Christian atheism.
How can you join the discussion group?
If you wish to be added to the list of participants, let me know and I will make sure you receive an invitation to join the Zoom session. The email goes out around 7:15 pm for a 7:30 pm start.
If you would like to join this study session fill out the form below and I will send you the invitation that you will need to access the ZOOM meeting.