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The Life After

By Brady Hardin, Chuck Parson

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Description

People are leaving Evangelicalism in masses. Maybe you’re one of them. Whether you stopped believing after listening to your doubts, were cast aside because you’re LGBT+, experienced trauma perpetuated or covered-up by a church, or whatever your unique experience is, you aren’t alone. We are committed to create and provide free resources for those who have left or are leaving toxic religion (we often suggest professional therapy) because many are shamed into silence. Be you. Be free. The *Life After is about life after toxic religious environments. Each episode, hosts and formerly-committed Christians, Brady Hardin and Chuck Parson, interview someone who has also left their religion behind. Topics include discovering sexuality, growing up in a Christian background, parenthood after faith, rebuilding a personal morality, crushing the patriarchy, navigating complex family dynamics, thriving after divorce, embracing homosexuality, healing from spiritual abuse, acknowledging Religious Trauma Syndrome, and much, much more. Remember, if you don't go to church, Sunday is just a second Saturday.

Customer Reviews

Therapeutic against religious prejudice

This podcast dives deep into Christian indoctrination. I wasn't indoctrinated into the church as a kid, but I knew a lot of people growing up that were. As Brady and Chuck began talking about their experiences, I immediately though of other kids and their faith driven, mentally-abusive families.

The Life After serves as a conversation tool to pull the veil behind the sociopathic practices in the Christian church and to provide an outlet for victims of religious trauma. I commend Brady and Chuck for creating this ongoing dialoge that needs to be discussed.

Deconstructing, searching, or just plain quitting? Listen to this podcast!

Seriously, this podcast is important. I'm so happy this is available now. It may trigger some people, but in the end I think it'll be a real source of healing 😇🙏🏾❤️

Finally the search is over!

After losing my religion I searched for a podcast to help me cope with my leftover angst with no avail. Religion left me scarred and I needed a place to turn to and to hear from others who had made it to the other side. Thankfully, one now exists!

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  • Language: English

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