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Internet Impact on Mormons
Randy is joined by Bob, Heather, and John to discuss the impact the Internet has had on Mormons and LDS membership growth (among other topics ranging from the evolving outsider view of Mormons to the latest LDS, Inc. retrenchment via its new policy toward gay parents and their children).
Froback Friday – Religulous and Kumare
The Infants review two movies about belief: Bill Mahr’s “Religulous” and Vikram Gandhi’s “Kumare.”
Carl the Casual Satanist Episode 1: Carl Throws a Party
Join Carl as he negotiates the angst-ridden borderlands of casual Satanism in a brand-new, ongoing series. In this installment, Carl muddles through an uncomfortable conversation about his upbringing with a new acquaintance.
Glenn shares a few minor epiphanies realized today in a Taxicab with some co-workers in Tokyo.
What does it mean for something to “make sense” and how exactly does one navigate the waters between our thoughts, and feelings, and beliefs? Well, I suppose we could give you the answer right here in this little episode teaser blurb thingy, but then why would you listen?
Minisode – Bob’s Faith Crisis to Music
Bob shares a few of his favorite songs, their hidden messages, and how they were (of course) written just for him and the narrative of his life. So climb in the passenger side and sing along.
Who Wrote the Book of Mormon – Part 1
Who wrote the Book of Mormon? Did Joseph Smith really translate an ancient record from golden plates through the power of God? Did he simply make up the story himself? Or did he collude with other men and plagiarize a mysterious unpublished novel? In part one of this three part series, Glenn and Randy interview historian John Hamer to discuss the theory of Joseph Smith as sole author.
An Open Invitation
Would you like to add your voice to our podcast? Several of you have said that you would. Today’s episode is dedicated to you as Tom, Randy, and Glenn discuss a hodge-podge of subjects. You won’t want to miss Tom’s biggest fantasy!
Belief-umentary: Religulous vs. Kumare
The full quorum (Bob, Glenn, Jesse, Matt, Randy, & Tom) gets together to review, discuss, and compare two movies that both try to tackle the topic of organized religion: Religulous and Kumare. They are both available via Netflix streaming, but you don’t need to see either movie to follow the discussion.
An Outsider’s View
Glenn, Jesse, and Randy discuss how outsiders think of Mormonism and how Mormons tend to react. Clips from Richard Dawkins, Brandon Flowers, Julia Sweeney, David Cross, and South Park are included and discussed throughout.