Jul 4, 2020
Unpacking the tension
between different world views of the supernatural.
It’s been a long time in the
making, but the Miracles & Atheists podcast is officially LIVE
on this Independence Day, 2020. It seems ironic with all
that’s going on in the world at the present moment, to launch a
show dedicated to facilitating civil discourse between different
world views, especially related to religion and spirituality.
Most would agree there is very little civil discourse going on
in the United States. The focus of the world is on division:
emotions grow strong and tension becomes crippling. The Miracles
& Atheists podcast is coming at a critical time, one that finds
our nation is paying attention and seeking purpose.
Perhaps this is a fitting time to have important,
uncomfortable conversations. Could we show the nation that
people of wildly different perspectives talk together, behave as
adults, talk in a respectful manner, and even find common
There is a bit of a backstory on how this podcast came to
fruition, birthed out of a 7-month season of 4-hour livestream
events, and it’s good to bring it back, in this more focused,
intentional podcast platform.
Nick Snapp and Marcus Plating share hosting responsibilities
for the Miracles & Atheists podcast, (the MAP) and we do our
best to break down for our audience:
why we’re taking on this project
what to expect
hot topics that could come up
the type of content
what we would like to accomplish
We’re humbled you decided to listen to our inaugural episode,
there’s plenty of TENSION to unpack but we’ll make it worth your
while, even have a little fun in the process!
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