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Mormon Hypocrisy Disguised as Legitimacy
Bob is joined by himself to discuss the latest attack on John Dehlin’s research aka “John Dehlin and the Weaponization of Scientific Research” aka some Mormon blogger really wanting to be taken seriously.
Reflections on Guilt
Hop into the Infant time machine back to August 2012 when Tom, Glenn, Randy, Matt, and Bob explore the concept of guilt.
Rated R Movies and Mormons
Bob is joined by fellow Infants Randy, Jake, and Heather — plus special guest Logan — to discuss why Mormons tend to avoid Rated R movies, including fun side-track topics like degrading music, sabbath day observance, and violent video games.
Infant Mannequin Challenge
Listen in as all nine Infants hold HILARIOUS poses for the current all-the-rage Mannequin Challenge. You’ll never believe who shows up to pose along with us!
Infant General Conference – Oct 2016
It’s time for Infant General Conference again. You know the drill.
Infants for Hillary, Mingled with Mormonism and Politics
Bob, Jake, John, and eventually Randy get together to discuss politics and Mormonism (but mostly politics) in the context of the United States presidential election of 2016.
The New Atheist’s Guide to Not Being a Total Asshole: Episode 2 (Hope)
Sage’s New Atheist’s Guide (N.A.G.) continues with episode 2–a conversation with Bob about hope.
Kids After Mormonism
Happy Father’s Day! In honor of this manliest of holidays, Bob is joined by Scott and Jake to discuss how Mormonism may or may not affect the decision to have kids as well as decisions on how to parent. Also, Heather joins us a little later to add her perspective.
Do you [Jake, Erica, John, Heather, Tom and Bob] take this man or woman to be your awfully wedded whatever, to have and to scold from this day forward; for better or worse, but it sure as hell better be better; for richer, for slightly but not noticeably poorer and even then only until after grad school; forget sickness, only in health; to loathe and to cherish simultaneously; till suspicious death do you part, so help you Zog? Just say “Yes”. Only heathens say, “I do.” Then by the powers vested in us by the Abiding Dude, we now pronounce you married. You may kiss, or roll your eyes at each other. Probably both. After the reception, you may also defile each other clumsily and briefly in the Lord’s anointed way in a suite at The Little America. And that, is how babies are made.