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Christian In Portland: The Drew Dyck Interview

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Editor-in-chief Kyle Man and creative director Ethan Nicolle talk to Drew Dyck about whether criminals are real, being saved from a life of stealing deodorant, and invading Canada. Drew is an acquisitions editor at Moody Publishers and a contributing editor at CTPastors.com, a Christianity Today publication for church leaders. He’s the author of Your Future Self Will Thank You: Secrets to Self-Control from the Bible and Brain Science, Yawning at Tigers: You Can’t Tame God, So Stop Trying, and Generation Ex-Christian: Why Young Adults Are Leaving the Church…and how to Bring Them Back.

Topics Discussed

  • Sending your book ideas to Drew
  • Arguing with people on Twitter about abolishing the police and whether criminals are a thing
  • Spicing up your testimony by stealing deodorant
  • Milk in a bag
  • The weirdest thing about Canada
  • Portland is stuck in the 90s/Portlandia
  • On the difference between a beat poet and a slam poet
  • When bookstores were a thing
  • Christian stores bestselling “Jesus junk”
  • Where ANTIFA will set up their gulags
  • God isn’t safe but he’s good, like Aslan
  • Self-control in everything but buying Drew’s books
  • Mental illness in the church
  • Remembering the Emerging Church movement
  • What’s better: fur babies or actual babies
  • Writers retreats never help
  • On not psychologizing your opponents
  • The Ten Questions

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