(RNS) — Irreverent, funny, honest, edgy, truth-teller, risk-taker, vulnerable, a person who asked real questions about real life.

Those are a few of the things being said about Canadian radio host Drew Marshall, who will end his 16-year run on “The Drew Marshall Show” on June 29.

“What kept me listening was Drew’s irreverence, his humor and his acceptance of all faiths,” said Laura Filippetto, a listener from Toronto who calls herself “a very lapsed Catholic.”

“He rightly reserved judgment for the most dogmatic crowd who were also responsible for me questioning of faith. In a sense we were fighting the same battle.”

“Drew has always been a risk taker,” said William Paul Young, author of the novel “The Shack” and a guest on the show.


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