Seminary Dropout 41: Bruxy Cavey


Bruxy Cavey, author of best selling End of Religion, is Teaching Pastor of The Meeting House in Canada. If you’ve listened to Bruxy’s sermons in person or online, you know they’re unique, creative, and accessible without being shallow. Bruxy joins me on the show to talk about his fascinating journey that led him to become an Anabaptist and a pastor at The Meeting House, his book The End of Religion, and the arch of scripture. I loved when Bruxy dropped this little gem…

“Real church happens when you turn the chairs to face each other.” -Larry Crabb


In The End of Religion, Cavey contends that the Jesus described in the Bible never intended to found a new religion; instead he hoped to break down the very idea of religion as a way to God. With a fresh perspective on biblical stories, Cavey paints a picture of the world God originally intended and still desires: a world without religion. (from the back cover)

You can find Bruxy online at

You can find The Meeting House online at

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6 thoughts on “Seminary Dropout 41: Bruxy Cavey

  1. First time listening to your podcast. Excellent interview with Bruxy! I’m a big fan of The Meeting House and know many that attend there – although I do not.

    Question – what is the name of the track at the end of the podcast? I want to hear more of it.

    Waterloo, Ontario

  2. tilt_guy Thanks so much for listening! I hope you check out some other episodes & subscribe too. The track is called ‘There’s Still Hope’ by DL Rossi. You can find him on iTunes.

  3. Aw yeah!! I go to the Meeting House Toronto site! Bruxy is also an adjunct prof at my seminary. 🙂

  4. Oh my gosh, this podcast contains one of the best segments of Biblical teaching I’ve ever heard!  What an amazing exposition of God’s working with man throughout time.

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