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Froback Friday – Who Wrote the Book of Mormon
Come back with us to October 2013 for our 3-part series “Who Wrote the Book of Mormon.” John Hamer, Craig Criddle, and so much more.
Froback Friday – Morality, Blame, and a Mormon Family’s Divorce
Does shared morality bind and blind? If so, what does it blind us to? Glenn revisits a 7-year-old Mormon Stories episode he recorded in April 2010 with his divorced parents, his two siblings, and the ever-inquisitive John Dehlin. But this time, Glenn looks at it through the eyes of Jonathan Haidt’s Moral Foundations Theory because the Moral Foundations Theory has been totally rocking Glenn’s world lately. Maybe it will rock yours, too.
A Mormon Girl Walks Into a Funeral… Walks Out on Mormonism
Bob is joined by special guest Kat, his sister, who recently resigned from Mormonism after attending their grandmother’s Mormon funeral. Something happened at the funeral, something both shocking and routine: a bishop’s talk. Bob recreates the talk word for word, and the two of them discuss what happened after reminiscing about growing up Mormon.
Of Whip Its and Weed: A Wonderful Doctor’s Wise Words of Wizardly Warning
Matt, Jake, and Scott talk to Dr. Josh Britt about the pros and cons of medical marijuana and the practice of doing “whip its.”
Infants, Immigration, and Captain EO
Who says you should avoid talking about politics and religion? Matt and Glenn interview Melinda “Mindy” Butler, an immigration attorney for The Florence Project in Arizona, to learn more about the three recent Executive Orders on immigration.
Matt and Tom sit down with Ryan McKnight and Privacy P Pratt (not his real name) to discuss General Authority pay stubs, the difference between mormon- and wiki- leaking, and leaks and leakers and just a bunch of leaking stuff in general. You’re in for a real treat (as opposed to urine for a real treat). Cuz details matter.
Post Trump Morality
Michael Adam Ferguson joins Jake and Glenn to talk about the moral mind. And tastebuds. Can’t we all just get along?
Take a break from all the post-election fallout. Calm your mind. Breathe. And then listen in as Noah Rasheta delivers a talk to the Nautilus Community in Mesa, Arizona. Noah is the host of the Secular Buddhism podcast. He addresses meditation practice, philosophy, how to break up 3 patterns (implied), and of course and secular buddhism.
Unrighteous Dominion defeated by Kick(butt) Michelle
Want to hear the real reason Mormon leaders don’t want women to hold the priesthood?
In a follow-up interview to last week’s “Unrighteous Dominion” episode, Michelle and Adam join Glenn, Jake, and Matt to explain why they secretly recorded the bishop who likes swimming’ suits, and they share another secretly recorded discussion with the bishop, where Michelle valiantly stands up to the Patriarchy. And wins. Vicarious uppercut.
The New Atheist’s Guide to Not Being a Total Asshole: Episode 4 (Music)
Tune in this week as Sage interviews the wildly talented R. John Williams from the band Faded Paper Figures. Together they talk about the power of music to transform us, to enlighten us and to best express all of our pent up ex-Mormon angst.