Can deconstructing faith be healthy? Authors Sean McDowell and John Marriott explore the realities of deconstruction in the world and in our families—and the need for each of us to wrestle with doubts, questions, and incongruities toward robust faith.
John Marriott is the coordinator of the Biola University Center for Christian Thought and teaches in the department of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology, and the Intercultural Studies Department at Biola University. He speaks at camps and churches throughout the United States and Canada addressing issues related to Christianity, culture, and religion. John is a leading expert of deconversion, having authored five books on the subject, including The Anatomy of Deconversion: Keys to Lifelong Faith in a Culture Abandoning Christianity (ACUP Press) and Set Adrift: Deconstructing What You Believe Without Sinking Your Faith (Zondervan). He and his wife Nancy reside in Southern California along with their two children, Cody and Moriah.
Sean McDowell, PhD, is a bestselling author, coauthor, or editor of more than 18 books, including Evidence That Demands a Verdict (with his father, Josh McDowell). He is also an associate professor of apologetics at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University and blogs regularly at seanmcdowell.org. Sean speaks internationally on a variety of topics related to culture, students, and apologetics.