What was that you said? Trick or what? Oh, a TREAT… alight, OK. You want a standalone version of this song, huh? Well, here you go. Have fun! (Love the costume, by the way.)
Nick shares a listener essay about his love for Halloween and it’s connection to the most tragic moments in his life. Glenn and Chelsea join him for a panel discussion.
Glenn, Matt, Chelsea, and Nick review the LDS Church’s recent video on temple garments.
Spoiler alert: they are TOTALLY ancient and COMPLETELY legit and just EXACTLY like religious vestments all over the world and NOT magic AT ALL — not even a teeny tiny bit. Even if most Mormons believe they sorta are.
Chelsea Shields Strayer walks the boys through what it means to be a feminist and an activist. We hope this isn’t offensive in any way. Think of it more as the first awkward step in a journey to a better place. Would love to hear your thoughts.
John Hamer joins Glenn, Jake, Matt, and Randy to discuss the Mormon Church’s recent LDS.org essay “Plural Marriage in Kirtland and Nauvoo.”
Part 2 of the conversation between team Atheist (Randy, Jimmy, and Scott) and team Jesus (Mike and David), to discuss the Problem of Evil.
Randy is joined by his older brother Jimmy and fellow infant Scott to get to know Mike and David, two post-Mormon Christians who explain how they deal with the problem of evil as believing Christians.
Bob, Jake, Glenn, and Matt talk to Mike Tannehill about the devil — and evil – and his whole role in the Plan of Salvation — and a whole bunch of other stuff.
Glenn, Matt and Randy talk about spooky Hell Houses, creepy mormon fear tactics, and a bunch of other devil kind of stuff.