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Exvangelical

By Blake Chastain

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Description

Coming to terms with a messed up subculture. One conversation at a time.

Customer Reviews

"Exvangelical" needs to be shared!

This podcast has been revolutionary for me. It's given me a clear picture of "Evangelicalism" and has confirmed so much of what I have observed as I was a member of evangelical churches for over 30 years. At 69 years old, I'm deeply grateful for Blake Chastain and for all those who have been interviewed here. Their openness and honesty is both heart-wrenching and liberating. This is a wonderful podcast as well as an expose of the brain-washing that is fundamental to evangelical thinking. Thank you to all who are working so hard to help people be healed from this sad way of thinking.

Very valuable in my personal journey, but a mediocre delivery

The variety of guests and stories—all of them connected by a significant influence of evangelicalism—has been so helpful in my own deconstruction. I encourage those who feel set in their faith to listen to gain an understanding of those hurt by fundamentalism and evangelicalism.
Having started from the beginning and reached episode 78, I find Chastain a very clumsy conversationalist (a constant stream of “umm,” “yeah.....yeah,” and “definitely”), but that may improve with later episodes (which will lead to a five star rating). I disagree with his decision to publish recordings of distractingly terrible audio quality. It’s still very worth subscribing.

Insightful interviews!

I usually don’t care for the interview format in podcasts. But I really enjoy this one. The host, Blake Chastain, is good at asking the types of questions that give a full picture of the guests’ story and message, and while he has a personality that comes out in the podcast, he doesn’t “take over” - rather, he lets the episodes be about the guests and their stories. As someone who was deep in evangelicalism before moving away from it in the last few years, I appreciate what Exvangelical brings to the table. The content is wonderful - definitely worth listening to!

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