Tripp was in Santa Barbara where the Way Collective sponsored the Believing Skepticast at the phenomenal Third Window Brewing Co. Tripp and Tim talk about what is happening with religion in the 21st century and navigating the tricky waters of faith and doubt.
Whereas in the past, atheists and believers from separate camps would debate in the public sphere, today we often see hints of both schools of thought within the same person! Plus, as religion (especially Christianity) is changing all over the place, we need more conversations like this that help us stay tuned-in and promote more compassion!
Sometimes it’s easiest to give in to the division we see all over the place, but conversations about faith and doubt can help us see a different way to be together: one of unity in a fragmented world! That’s why a new movement is beginning in Santa Barbara to develop a community for those wanting to have fresh and transformative conversations about deep living for the common good. This movement is called the Way Collective, and emphasizes practices and values that create more adventure, wholeness, beauty, and sustainability for all.
The Way Collective will be hosting friend of the podcast Peter Rollins for a night of pints and parables on Friday, May 26th. If you’re in the Santa Barbara area and want to be confronted with probing parables revealing what lies beneath the surface, you won’t want to miss this! In this intimate event, Pete will be offering some of his favorite parables along with some reflections and conversation. You can get tickets here.
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