Lynn Wilder and Corey Miller on Unbelievable?

 

For years now my favourite podcast (and I love podcasts) by far has been Unbelievable? On Premier Radio hosted by Justin Brierley. This show has non Christians dialoguing with Christians every week, and also in-house debates among Christians.

For a few weeks I have been looking forward to this episode going live, ex Mormon’s Lynn Wilder and Corey Miller talking about their reasons for leaving Mormonism to become evangelical Christians, and their new book on the subject, with UK-based active Mormon James Holt.

James also went on this show with Bill Mckeever a couple of years ago, you can see that here.

You can catch the audio for the discussion here, this is well worth a listen, you can also catch the episodes I did on this show a few years ago here and here.

I think it’s hard in this format to really dig into the big issues, and some are glossed over a little due to time, however towards the end the dialogue between Corey and James I thought was pretty interesting on the subject of subjectivity.

Any thoughts on this? Please leave a comment below.

 

 

3 thoughts on “Lynn Wilder and Corey Miller on Unbelievable?”

  1. Hey! Found your blog today. Thank you for your articles. I know Lynn Wilder personally, though I didn’t get a chance to listen to the radio show. I ordered her new book “Leaving Mormonism” and can’t wait to read it!
    Blessings to you,
    Adam Dommeyer

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    1. Hey Adam thanks for the comment.

      This blog has been a little less active in the last year or so but hoping to pick it up, im based in the UK where there is less LDS but still plenty.

      Great to hear from you!

      Bobby

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      1. You’re welcome, Bobby! Thanks for letting me know about your blog in the UK. I’m in Minnesota, not too many LDS, but I’ve had some great emails from current members struggling with their Mormonism. I will keep you in prayers as you are reaching out to them as well!

        Great to connect! Keep enduring in the faith as you run your race.

        Adam

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