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Misfit Faith

By Jason Stellman

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Where anything worth doing is worth doing badly.

Customer Reviews

It's about time!

If Chesterton and Bonhoeffer had a baby, and if the pope and Caputo had another baby, and those two babies grew up and had a baby, and if that baby were a podcast, you'd call it Misfit Faith.

Jason (1/2 of the infamous Drunk Ex-Pastors) gives us a look at life through lenses that are sometimes Catholic, usually Chestertonian, and always challenging and provocative. Highly recommended!

Something witty and intellectual

George Soros paid me to give this 5 stars, but I would have anyways because it is good stuff.

The greatest of all time.

Jason Stellman has tapped a nerve. If you’re like me, then this guy can voice your frustration as well as your hope for religion and spirituality. While I’m not catholic, he helps me believe that calling myself a Christian is worthwhile. I love the Chesterton quote that Stellman has introduced me too: “If a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing badly”. That to me really sums up the spirit and attitude of the show.

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