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The Philosophies of Men, Mingled with Humor

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Ep 802 – Hulu’s Under the Banner of Heaven: A Review, P1

Glenn is joined once again by Reed, Jess, Wren and Curt to discuss episodes 1 & 2 of Hulu’s “Under the Banner of Heaven.”

 

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Ep 800 – The Certainty of Being Certain and other Aha Moments. I guess. (I don’t really know)

What is more important: feeling that you are certain or actually being certain?  Jess, Reed, Wren and Curt share their experience with certainty.

 

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Ep 799 – General Conference in Review

Glenn welcomes a new Infant panel of Reed, Jessica, Wren, Curt, and Mike to discuss April 2022 general conference and say hello to the Infant listeners.  No actual soaking occurred during the recording of this episode.

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Ep 798 – Under the Banner of Heaven

Those who have ears (that are mighty and strong) to hear will understand.

Ep 783: Reflections – 50 Ways to Leave the Church

Welcome to February 2022.  The Infants on Thrones podcast will be turning 10 years old this year. To reflect upon the impact that this podcast has made on my life — and the impact that my life has made on this podcast — I am creating a multi-part series called “Reflections” where we revisit some of the best episodes from the past.

Today’s episode was originally published in June 2015.

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Ep 781: Reflections: John Dehlin – The Reluctant Atheist

Pushing pause on the 13-part reflections series, but first — this.

 

Glenn Ostlund will be speaking and leading two breakout sessions at the Jan 22, 2022 Thrive Conference in Phoenix. Purchase your tickets here.

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Ep 762 – The Righteous Mind (FroBack)

Jake, Heather, and Glenn discuss Jonathan Haidt’s book “The Righteous Mind.”  Originally published March 2017.

Ep 751 – Infants on COVID: A 5-D Perspective (with Mormons on Mushrooms)

I am beyond thrilled to welcome back the full Mormons on Mushrooms panel of Mike, Shelise, and Doug – yes, welcome back Doug!  And yes, it is another episode where we play in the sandbox of symbols and stories and fictions that are probably a little different – or maybe very very different – from the normal symbols and stories and fictions of everyday discourse that we rarely stop to recognize as symbols and stories and fictions because we just think of them as “reality” – which, when you really stop to think about it, is only experienced and communicated through multiple competing systems of symbols, stories, and fictions.  Stop.  Take a breath.  This is fun, right?  Playing with symbols and stories and fictions all in the service of learning how to become a more kind, compassionate, understanding, accepting, nurturing, joyful, peace-making human being.

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Ep 748 – John’s God, Randy’s God, and Optimistic Nihilism

Welcoming back beloved Infant brothers John Hamer and Randy Snyder to talk about God, meaning, and Randy’s miraculous conversion to the Jehovah’s Witnesses.

 

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Ep 746 – What’s the deal with Synchronicity?

Glenn is joined once again y Shelise and Mike from the Mormons on Mushrooms podcast to talk about synchronicity and whether or not the still small voice is what lead them out of the Mormon Church.

 

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