“Perhaps”: Reclaiming the Space between Doubt and Dogmatism, with guest Josh McNall, Oklahoma Wesleyan University

March 07, 2022 00:49:52
“Perhaps”: Reclaiming the Space between Doubt and Dogmatism, with guest Josh McNall, Oklahoma Wesleyan University
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
“Perhaps”: Reclaiming the Space between Doubt and Dogmatism, with guest Josh McNall, Oklahoma Wesleyan University

Mar 07 2022 | 00:49:52

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Show Notes

Joshua M. McNall is Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and Church Relations Ambassador at Oklahoma Wesleyan University. He’s the author of several articles and four books, including one we discuss today that was published just last year. That book is Perhaps: Reclaiming the Space between Doubt and Dogmatism, a compelling look at the role of the imagination in helping us negotiate religious complexity and connect more fully with the things of God.

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