Duncan Reyburn, PhD,

is creating intellectual adventures in meaning-making and theology




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About Duncan Reyburn, PhD,

The Unorthodoxy Podcast is a theological-philosophical adventure started in February of 2016 by Duncan B. Reyburn, PhD, because a few friends suggested it. The aim of the podcast is to look at how we make sense of life and the world with reference to the more imaginative aspects of the historic Christian faith and its magnificent archive of theological thinking. To enrich our search for what is meaningful and to support intellectual engagement as a vital part of our desire for insight and spiritual depth, this theological endeavour also references a range of perspectives from other disciplines: mimetic theory, psychology, philosophy, and creativity studies, among others.

The Unorthodoxy Podcast does not exist in any way for profit, so if you want to listen in for free, you are welcome to do that. It'll be great to have you join in the conversation. Share it with friends, send ideas for the podcast or voice-memo questions (or written email questions) to [email protected] If you can help with a donation, it'll be much appreciated. Every bit of financial help will go into making the podcast as good as it can be.
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Questions Answered
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You can ask me questions and I'll make sure to answer them to the best of my ability. Also, when I've managed to compile my 'Footnotes to Exodus' series into a book (hopefully before 2018 is out), you'll get an ebook of that for free.
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You'll gain access to some of the notes that I put together in preparation for the Unorthodoxy podcast.
Footnotes to Job
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The 'Footnotes to Job' series (episodes 54-64) is going to be an e-book. When it's out (hopefully before the end of 2018), with extras and additions not in the original episodes, you get a free copy in ebook format. All other lower-tier bonuses apply here too.
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Quite a few hosting, bandwidth, and basic infrastructure bills need to be paid to get the podcast onto all those computers, phones, and tablets. If we hit this level, the podcast doesn't have to run at a loss. Won't that be nice? 
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