Today’s episode features three listener essays from listeners Jeff, Sara, and Chris. Cuz we have a bunch of these collecting cyber dust, and they have been sitting for a long time. So it’s time for the Infants to step aside, and let the listeners say what they gotta say.
Do Mormons really believe that the Lord God created the universe? Or that God lives on a planet called Kolob? Or that in 1978 God changed his mind about black people?
Get ready for the most hard-hitting, deep-penetrating, truth-cutting-to-the-chase-of Investigative Reporting you have ever ever ever heard! Cuz the Infants are going to satirically take you through the many erroneous Truth Claims of The Book of Mormon Musical’s “I Believe.”
It’s not exactly Casey Kasem calling a Monster Truck rally. But it is almost just that cool.
Tom, Jake and Matt discuss the aging church leadership.
Randy leads a panel discussion about Mormon Funerals with Alison, Melissa, Glenn, and Craig.
Remember the blind kid with the dead parrot from Dumb & Dumber? He’s a Mormon. And he talks with Randy and Glenn about his experience as a child actor and his journey through faith transition. I just thought he was real quiet. Turns out, he’s not.
Randy, Matt, John and Glenn review Avi Steinberg’s “The Lost Book of Mormon: A Journey Through the Mythic Lands of Nephi, Zarahemla, and Kansas City, Missouri” – a playful look at Joseph Smith as a prolific American author. Sorry, no singing this time.
Join us for a special edition of the April 2015 General Conference. Because one weekend of General Conference just isn’t enough… without this.
Special thanks to Jake, Glenn, Randy, and Bob for “assisting” the Brethren.
What happens when you stand up and vocally oppose at LDS General conference? Why would anyone even want to consider such a thing?
Matt sits down with Scott, Micah, and Don — the organizers of the Any Opposed campaign — to talk about their recent vocal opposition at LDS General Conference.
What is it like to be a faithful member of the Mormon Church for 54 years before finally admitting the truth about your own sexuality? Scott, Randy, Jake and Erica join Don to discuss his powerful and personal listener essay: Man Up!
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