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Overcoming Apathy

Episode 99

Overcoming Apathy

with Uche Anizor


Apathy has seeped into every part of society. We’ve become a “Seinfeldian culture”; alive to the trivial, and numb to the meaningful. How can we find ways to care more, and how might Christianity’s history of grappling with apathy help us, whatever we believe?

Meet our guests

Uche Anizor is Associate Professor of Theology at Biola University, California, and the author of Overcoming Apathy, named Christianity Today’s ‘Book of the Year’ in 2022.


We’re alive to the trivial, and numb to the meaningful. That’s the perspective of author/theologian Uche Anizor, who warns that we’ve been enveloped in a “Seinfeldian culture”.

What clues might the Bible hold to help believers and non-believers alike overcome societal apathy?

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