Showing "god" Tag

Show all episodes

Ep 500 – Missionary Discussions: The Smackdown, Part 1

Smackdown

Posted June 13th, 2018

Glenn is joined by two never-mo’s, Tim Bohen and Stephen Johnson of The Steady Trade Podcast, to begin smacking down the missionary discussions that Glenn used as a missionary back in the early 1990’s.

Glenn

Ep 496 – The Trouble with God, P2

Interview

Posted May 27th, 2018

Glenn and Randy finish their conversation with Chris Matheson about his new book, The Trouble with God, where the God of the Old Testament takes a satitical stroll through The Book of Mormon.

Glenn

Randy

Ep 396 – Infants on Rick and Morty – Episode 1

Lightmindedness

Posted August 23rd, 2017

Randy, Jake, Heather, and John discuss the mind-blowingly intelligentertainmentism that is Rick and Morty. And honest, that is totally a real-ish-tic word.

Heather

Jake

John

Randy

Ep 241 – Space Cowboy Spirituality

Interview

Posted December 13th, 2015

Glenn, Randy, Heather, and Jake are joined by Space Cowboy (not his real name) to talk about this one-time True Believing Mormon who reluctantly lost his faith, became a hard-core atheist, and then accidentially rediscovered a realm of spirituality through a magical mushroomy trip. Space Cowboy apologizes for sounding like a gay alien (not that there’s anything wrong with that). And don’t do drugs.

Glenn

Heather

Randy

Ep 128 – King Follett Re-visited

Panel Discussion

Posted November 18th, 2014

Glenn is joined by John Hamer, Chelsea Shields Strayer, and Brother Jake Frost to discussion The King Follett Discourse.

Ep 117 – The Problem of Evil – Part 1

Panel Discussion

Posted October 19th, 2014

Randy is joined by his older brother Jimmy and fellow infant Scott to get to know Mike and David, two post-Mormon Christians who explain how they deal with the problem of evil as believing Christians.

Ep 57 – Kolob Shmolob

Panel Discussion

Posted March 16th, 2014

Matt, Tom, Bob, Randy, and Glenn discuss the latest essay on LDS.org: Becoming Like God

The King Follett discourse is also discussed — which is, of course, the source for the name of our podcast, “Infants on Thrones.” If anyone wants to listen to a dramatized version of King Follett, there is one on youtube that sounds eerily familiar and infantile. King Follett YouTube.