BB41: Mimetic Jiu Jitsu with David Gornoski

  
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Mimetic Jiu Jitsu with David Gornoski

David Gornoski is a Christian. But he’s not one of those Christians. Heavily influenced by René Girard’s mimetic theory, he comes at Christianity from the angle of anthropology. Why do humans seem to have an innate need to create scapegoats and monsters? How is that habit overcome? And why in the world is David’s great podcast, A Neighbor’s Choice, also on the old school radio using old school radio styling?

Listen to this to find out!

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