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.
Glenn shares a blog written by a believing member all about the AWESOME parallels between “Lord of the Rings” and the Mormon Gospel.
Spoiler alert: there are parallels. And they are AWESOME.
Click here to read along.
Bob, Jake, and Randy are joined by special guest Trevor McKendrick aka “The Atheist Bible Salesman.” Listen in as they discuss his story of growing up Mormon, leaving the Church, getting married in the temple, and making money from selling Bibles… not necessarily in that order.
Also discussed: what it’s like to have Fox News cover your story without your involvement.
Join Carl as he negotiates the angst-ridden borderlands of casual Satanism in a brand-new, ongoing series. In this installment, Carl muddles through an uncomfortable conversation about his upbringing with a new acquaintance.
We are still editing the final version of our first ever Sing-a-long Smackdown, but we thought we’d give you a little six-minute taste of what we have in store for you. And also, remember to vote for us at podcastawards.com
Tom is joined by Kim, Randy, and Heather to discuss Kim’s listener essay “Worthiness.”