Sacred Tension: Losing Faith With Jon Steingard

In this episode I speak with Jon Steingard, former frontman of the Christian band Hawk Nelson. Jon made waves in 2020 by announcing his departure from Christian faith, and I invited him onto the  show to talk about his journey. Along the way we discussed philosophy, growing up Christian, the Christian music industry, Satanism, how we relate to Christians as non-believers, and much more. You can find Jon Steingard here.

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2 thoughts on “Sacred Tension: Losing Faith With Jon Steingard

  1. Thanks for the mention of my research on evangelical Christian emotions toward Atheists, and others that are seen as disgusting and a threat to worldview purity. I think Christians, and evangelicals in particular, need to hear these kind of exit stories so as to understand the journeys, the pain associated with them, and what this says back to the church by way of perceptions. Keep up the good podcasting work.

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