Join me again on Snarky Faith. Our guest is none other than Michael Camp, the author of “Breaking Bad Faith,” a book that’s as much a mental workout as it is a spiritual journey. Join us for our conversation – it’s a fun ride.
In this episode, we dive headfirst into the turbulent waters of religious and social issues, with Camp serving as our fearless guide.
His new book, “Breaking Bad Faith,” is not your typical Sunday school lesson. It’s a deep exploration of Christianity and its intersection with societal norms. It’s the kind of book that makes you question everything you thought you knew about religion, society, and the role of faith in our lives.
During our chat, we’ll navigate through the intricacies of scriptural texts, societal norms, and the often-misunderstood facets of faith. It’s like going on a road trip with a theologian, but the fun kind.
Camp doesn’t shy away from controversial topics. He delves into the interpretation of scripture, history, and the role of religion in shaping these norms. His unfiltered exploration of faith and society will undoubtedly provoke thought, stimulate discussion, and perhaps even incite a healthy debate or two.
This episode is a must-listen for anyone who enjoys a good intellectual workout. It’s not light listening, but then again, who needs light listening when you can have your mind expanded and your preconceptions challenged? So, if you’re up for a challenge and ready to see the world in a new light, tune in to our chat with Michael Camp. Your brain and faith will thank you. Eventually.
We’ll talk about all that and plenty more snark!
Christian Crazy: 2:00
Michael Camp Interview: 21:54
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