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!
For anyone who wants to know the true history and destiny for the USofA.
Join Randy, Matt, John and Glenn for an introspective and occasionally on-tune critique of the great Mormon classic Saturday’s Warrior. It is our very first sing-a-long Smackdown: A John Hamer production. Enjoy! (we did)
Glenn gazes into his peep stone for a new translation of an old (but not THAT old) classic.
How reliable are the stories we tell ourselves about our own experiences in life? How reliable is memory? Are we simply surrounded by fiction?
Glenn, Tom, and Jake talk to special guest Tierza about her excellent listener essay “Embracing Contradictions.”
Join Carl as he negotiates the angst-ridden borderlands of casual Satanism in this ongoing series. In this installment, Carl attends his sister’s wedding, where some of his worst fears are realized.
Special thanks to Allison, Wendy, Matt, John, and Bob for participating.