439: Faith and the post-believer

It’s an end-of-the-year podcast from Bart Campolo, who answers a question from a listener called John.

John wants to know whether faith (of a sort) can still be useful for a post-Christian, whether believing something without evidence can sometimes have its benefits. Bart answers with a riff on the difference between optimism and hope, and thinks about its applicability to the new decade we’re going into this week.

Happy New Year to all our listeners, and especially to our supporters on Patreon! We couldn’t do it without you. See you in 2020!

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By | 2019-12-30T16:38:49+00:00 December 30th, 2019|Podcast|

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Bart Campolo is a secular community builder, counselor and writer who currently serves as the Humanist Chaplain at the University of Cincinnati. Listen to his podcast HERE!