Losing Our Religion
About This Show
A former American Megachurch pastor leaves institutional religion to live his life outside of religious exclusivity to embrace and learn from the lives, stories, and experiences of those who have no religion, been hurt by religion, and have chosen more inclusive paths.
Who would have thought that the pursuit of normality would be so eye-opening, refreshing, and unifying?
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EPISODE 114: Success is Relative, a Lot of Things Are: Liam Bonnie
4 days ago
Success is Relative. Society gives us ideas of success and what it means for us, and it's complete crap. Hopefully, instead of "success," we're all in pursuit of our dreams.
Liam Bonnie is a Seattle based traveler whose interests and escapades are mostly an exercise in circles. Grew up in LA County joined the USCG and sailed from the North Pole to Antarctica by the time he was 19. Landed in Seattle where he learned to write and play music. An active member in the Seattle music scene for 18 years.
Rated 5 out of
Somebody pinch me...I honestly can't believe I found this podcast. Real, candid, and transparent truth. So helpful. I've never heard anyone be this honest about their experience, along with the joy of being able to relive the former hate, and join in relationship with those that where shunned by the religion.
Date published: 2015-08-13