The Enlightenment has resulted in massive improvements to the general condition of humankind, but it has also resulted in a subtle shift in worldview that in some ways has pulled the metaphysical foundation out from under what was known as Christendom. Join us as we explore how this shift has created a collective unease that has emerged in recent popular culture as fear of the ZOMBIE! Join Janel, Ryan, Nate, Paul, Christina & Rob in Episode 97 of the Brew Theology Podcast: "Zombie Worldview!" (Part 2 of 2)
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- Elaine Padilla
- Jason Whitehead
- Stephen Cochenour
- Andrew Schwartz
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