Sacred Tension: Intersectional Demonology with S. Jonathon O’Donnell

In this episode I speak with religious scholar and intersectional demonologist S. Jonathon O’Donnell. We discuss their new book Passing Orders: Demonology and Sovereignty in American Spiritual Warfare, which is an examination of how American Evangelical beliefs about spiritual warfare intersect with transphobia, racism, and homophobia. Buy the book here.

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One thought on “Sacred Tension: Intersectional Demonology with S. Jonathon O’Donnell

  1. Great podcast. Thanks for the surprising mention. O’Donnell’s work provides a helpful framework for understanding evangelical and fundamentalist spiritual warfare frameworks. I also found the mention of the royal garden and paradise interesting as a research thread to help provide a new perspective on understanding the Genesis creation story on its own terms in an ancient near east setting outside of literal interpretations. Thanks again.

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