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Depolarize! Podcast

By Dan Koch

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Description

Depolarize! Podcast seeks to find common ground at the intersection of politics, psychology and faith. Hosted by Dan Koch & Ellen Mauro, Season 2 focuses on a range of questions stemming from the infamous statistic from Election Night 2016: 81% of White Evangelicals pulled the lever for Donald Trump.

Customer Reviews

Extremely Biased

I have this podcast a solid chance. Historically Dan has been a cool headed and methodical thinker who seems to be open to apposing views. On paper, you would think he would be a great person to have a political discussion with. After listening to both episodes of this podcast and his comments in a recent Bad Christian podcast (great podcast by the way) I realize that Dan is simply using this media as a platform for bashing Trump while convincing himself that he's taking the higher road by doing so. The way the podcast is introduced makes it seem like it will deal each side a relatively fair deck, but after these two episodes, it's clear that the deck is stacked and sharply steered to the polar left. Not cool Dan. Try again

Sharp and Informed

I met Dan when "debating" him on Pastor with No Answers. He is a well-read, well-informed guy that has thought through many issues. While you may disagree with him, he commands respect because he knows what he believes and has come to his positions through rigor and intellectual honesty. I like Dan a lot and enjoy listening to him!

Refreshingly Fair.

I'm loving this podcast (especially so close to Election Day)! Dan is clearly a man who puts a lot of thought into what he does and, while he has his bias (which I think he clearly makes known so there isn't trickery going on), he is a host who is willing to 1. Admit he might have some things wrong or misunderstood some things (which so few are willing to do) and 2. He is more than willing to give the other side their day in court and provide thoughtful questions to them so that they can fully explain themselves instead of just fall into whatever stereotype exists about their political stance or view.

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