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Ep 535 – Disney Songs for Kids of Gay Sinning Sinners (and Jeremy Goff)
It’s been three years. And this episode just dropped off iTunes. So it’s time to put it back where it belongs. And you also get a bonus smackdown of Jeremy Goff. More like that on Patreon.
Ep 506 – Seven Deadly Heresies: The Smackdown, Part 5
Glenn, John, Bob, Randy and Mike discuss finish up this 5-part series on McConkie’s 7 Deadly Heresies. We may not have covered everything perfectly. But good news. We don’t have to be perfect. Pass it on.
Ep 505 – Seven Deadly Heresies: The Smackdown, Part 4
Glenn, John, Bob, Randy and Mike discuss #5 and #6 of McConkie’s deadly heresies. Namely, that people can progress from kingdom to kingdom in the eternities (#5) and that Adam is our God, the father of our spiritual and physical bodies, who traveled to earth from another planet (#6.) It’s a fun discussion that also explores the historical influenced on the “Monarch in the Sky” concept of God, as explained by Alan Watts. It’s a great episode. Enjoy.
Ep 480 – Seven Deadly Heresies: The Smackdown, Part 3
Have you ever thought that getting married/sealed in the temple guarantees your salvation? WRONG! What about the thought that baptisms for the dead give sinners a second chance at redemption? WRONG AGAIN! Don’t get complacent! Don’t start thinking you are doing just fine!! Don’t ever ever ever ever think that you don’t need the CHURCH or the BIG AND IMPORTANT leaders (ever)! Listen in as Glenn, John, Randy, Bob, and special guest Mike Tannehill smack down the 3rd and 4th most deadly of heresies as outlined with absolute certainty by an infallible apostle of Jesus Christ. (Irony? Hyperbole? Facetiousness? Where???)
Ep 477 – Seven Deadly Heresies: The Smackdown, Part 2
Mike Tannehill makes his triumphant return to defend Bruce R. McConkie as Glenn, John, and Bob’s take on evolution; the 2nd of McConkie’s 7 Deadly Heresies.
Ep 462 – Seven Deadly Heresies: The Smackdown, Part 1
How deadly can a heresy be? Listen in as Glenn, John, Bob, and Randy smack down some Bruce R. McConkie and figure it all out. So that you don’t have to.
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Ep 436 – The Religion of Science? – Part 2
Randy, Glenn, John, Lindsay, and Matt conclude their discussion of Rupert Sheldrake’s 2012 “Banned Ted Talk” about the 10 dogmas of a Scientific Materialist Worldview.
Ep 435 – The Religion of Science? – Part 1
What does it mean to be open-minded vs. closed-minded? We experienced some kind of “open vs. closed” clash of ideologies when we challenged and deconstructed the dogmas of Mormonism, right? So what do we do with that now? And what about the accusations that some of us simply substituted the cultural dogmas of Mormonism for the cultural dogmas of Science?
Listen in as Randy totally keeps his cool (eh hem…) while joining Glenn, John, Lindsay, and Matt in a discussion of Rupert Sheldrake’s 2012 “Banned Ted Talk” about the 10 dogmas of a Scientific Materialist Worldview. And don’t miss the special easter egg parody about the press conference announcing the new LDS Prophet at the end.
Ep 401 – Weird Nutty Mormon History
How many Mormon Priesthood leaders does it take to rob a train? Which LDS prophet was poisoned a few days after attending a Bohemian Club in San Fransisco? Kenneth Lines has found a lot of nutty things in Mormon History. Just nutty, I tell ya. And he talks about a lot of them with Glenn, Bob, and John Hamer. And the nuttiest part is that you get to listen.
Ep 400 – Bob’s Mormon Cred Scale 2.0
Bob is joined by Heather, Tom, John, Randy, Glenn, and lots of audience participation for the grand reveal of Bob’s Mormon Cred Scale 2.0 at the Sunstone Symposium held on July 29, 2017. He attempts to revisit and refine the approach to measuring and quantifying the end-to-end Mormon experience. You can take the new test and get your own Mormon cred score here:
You can also listen to the original discussion (from three years ago) that sparked the creation of the cred scale here: