The Department of Conversation chats with AVB

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The Department of Conversation chats with AVB

Award winning presenter Pat Brittenden’s online program, the Department of Conversation has a unique philosophy.

We chat until we are finished…we are not hampered by adverts or sponsors…we want interesting people telling stories that you haven’t heard before…and from people you know but maybe haven’t seen in this kind of light before. Don’t think ‘interview’ think ‘casual conversation over a beer in a pub’…that’s what we’re doing and inviting profile people, interesting people, maybe a few crazy people, to come and join us to chat as well.
…..and that’s exactly what we did which gave us time to develop some key issues, dig deeper into ‘A Life of Unlearning’ and come up with a couple of surprises. E.g. Pentecostal/Charismatic/Evangelical pastors and same sex experiences and why mega church pastors are holding out on becoming affirming.


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By |2018-12-08T21:37:04+00:00December 8th, 2018|Categories: A Life of Unlearning, Audio, Video|0 Comments

About the Author:

Anthony Venn-Brown
Anthony Venn-Brown is one of Australia’s foremost commentators on faith and sexuality. His best-selling autobiography 'A Life of Unlearning – a preacher’s struggle with his homosexuality, church and faith', details his journey from being one of the first in the world to experience religious gay conversion therapy, becoming a married, high profile preacher in Australia's growing mega-churches, such as Hillsong, to living as an openly gay man. Anthony was the co-founder and former leader of Freedom2b. He is an educator and consultant on LGBT/faith issues and leader in deconstructing the ex-gay/reparative/conversion therapy myth. Anthony is the founder and CEO of Ambassadors & Bridge Builders International. Anthony has been recognised on a number of occassions for his contribution and impact including being twice voted one of 'The 25 Most Influential Gay and Lesbian Australians’.

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