Guest Info/Bio:

This week we bring you a Christmas treat! The return of our dear friend Dr. Alexander Shaia just in time for Christmas.

Dr. Alexander Shaia is an international speaker, author, and teacher. He studied cultural anthropology at Notre Dame University, and also has a PhD in Clinical Psychology. Alexander is the author of the revolutionary book, “Heart and Mind: The Four-Gospel Journey for Radical Transformation” which is now available in its 2nd Edition. Grab a copy on Amazon now!

(Selected) Guest Publications:

Heart and Mind: The Four-Gospel Journey for Radical Transformation

Guest Website/Social Media:

Facebook: @alexanderjohnshaia 

Special guest music on this episode provided by:

Nicholas Rowe

Twitter: @_NicholasRowe_ 

Facebook: @nicholasrowemusic

Instagram: @_nicholasrowe_


Clay Kirchenbauer

Twitter: @ clay_k

Facebook: @ClayKmusic 

Instagram: @theclay_k

Enjoy the songs?  Songs featured on this episode were: “It’s Christmastime Again, It Feels Like Christmas, & Silent Night” from the E.P. “It’s Christmastime Again” by Nicholas Rowe & Friends AND the “Telling the Story” single by Clay Kirchenbauer available everywhere music is sold!

Nick and Clay’s music is available on iTunes, Spotify, BandCamp, etc. Pick up their music anywhere good music is sold! 

The Deconstructionist’s Podcast is mixed and edited by Nicholas Rowe at National Audio Preservation Society: A full service recording studio and creative habitat, located in Heath, Ohio.

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Twitter: @napsrecording


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