In this final episode of As in Heaven’s third season, hosts Jim Davis and Michael Graham are joined by Trevin Wax to discuss what it looks like to help individuals reconstruct their faith and for evangelicals—as a movement—to rebuild their witness.

Episode time stamps:

  • Episode and guest introduction (0:00)
  • Podcasting, leadership, and the future of the church (6:50)
  • The importance of church history and global perspectives in the modern Christian movement (12:34)
  • Navigating church crises with a global perspective (17:48)
  • Church rebuilding, cultural challenges, and living in exile (21:19)
  • The future of the American church and its relationship with the world (25:34)
  • End credits and future seasons (43:11)

Recommended resource: Reconstructing Faith with Trevin Wax (podcast)

Editors’ note: 

This episode is part of As in Heaven’s third season, devoted to The Great Dechurching—the largest and fastest religious shift in U.S. history. To learn more about this phenomenon on which the episodes of this season are based, order The Great Dechurching by Michael Graham and Jim Davis.

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