• 86: An Apostate Guide to Enjoying the Holidays (from our archive)

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    Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:31:08 — 83.5MB) For those who missed the episode the first time, around, here is a chance to listen to it again. Heather, Matt, Greg, and Clay discuss the importance of the holidays from the apostate/atheist perspective. They also discuss family relationships and give their opinions on(…)

  • 85: Mormons and Money – The Prosperity Doctrine

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    Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:37:56 — 89.7MB) Nick heads a panel discussion about the Mormon version of “the prosperity doctrine” with Mark, Adam, and Greg. They take on issues such as affinity fraud, tithing as a path to prosperity, MLMs, bankruptcy, and business ethics in Mormon culture. They also take a(…)

  • 84: Did Members Really Know About Joseph Smith’s Polygamy?

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    Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:18:29 — 71.9MB) Nick, Kate Kelly, and Alison discuss the LDS church’s recent press release claiming that the details of Joseph Smith’s polygamy are widely known and the membership’s backlash against people who are shocked by recent lds.org essays on the topic. They explore whether or not(…)

  • 83b: Mormon Expositor’s 2014 Music Contest

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    Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 47:01 — 43.1MB) Clay and Heather dj the 2014 music contest – part 2. Artists Robert Smith Shane Jackman Nick Garn IReverend Brainskan Catherine Rawson MobStyle Lori Crandall Dan O’Bryant Alex Rachel Wilhelm Seb Dick

  • 83a: Mormon Expositor’s 2014 Music Contest

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    Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 42:38 — 39.1MB) Clay and Heather dj the 2014 music contest – part 1. Artists Alex Dan O’Bryant Robert Smith Seb Dick Tina Welter Shane Jackman Amy Thomson Lori Crandall Daniel and Catherine Rawson MobStyle

86: An Apostate Guide to Enjoying the Holidays (from our archive)

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:31:08 — 83.5MB) For those who missed the episode the first time, around, here is a chance to listen to it again. Heather, Matt, Greg, and Clay discuss the importance of the holidays from the apostate/atheist perspective. They also discuss family relationships and give their opinions on(…)

85: Mormons and Money – The Prosperity Doctrine

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:37:56 — 89.7MB) Nick heads a panel discussion about the Mormon version of “the prosperity doctrine” with Mark, Adam, and Greg. They take on issues such as affinity fraud, tithing as a path to prosperity, MLMs, bankruptcy, and business ethics in Mormon culture. They also take a(…)

84: Did Members Really Know About Joseph Smith’s Polygamy?

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:18:29 — 71.9MB) Nick, Kate Kelly, and Alison discuss the LDS church’s recent press release claiming that the details of Joseph Smith’s polygamy are widely known and the membership’s backlash against people who are shocked by recent lds.org essays on the topic. They explore whether or not(…)

83b: Mormon Expositor’s 2014 Music Contest

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 47:01 — 43.1MB) Clay and Heather dj the 2014 music contest – part 2. Artists Robert Smith Shane Jackman Nick Garn IReverend Brainskan Catherine Rawson MobStyle Lori Crandall Dan O’Bryant Alex Rachel Wilhelm Seb Dick

83a: Mormon Expositor’s 2014 Music Contest

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 42:38 — 39.1MB) Clay and Heather dj the 2014 music contest – part 1. Artists Alex Dan O’Bryant Robert Smith Seb Dick Tina Welter Shane Jackman Amy Thomson Lori Crandall Daniel and Catherine Rawson MobStyle

82: A Critical Look at the Claims in the “Alone” YouTube Video

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:14:39 — 68.4MB) Heather, Amy, Craig, and Ryan dissect “Alone,” a video on YouTube that touches on Book of Abraham apologetics and depicts a young husband going through a trial of faith.   Links and References Deseret News – BYU professor speaks on unnoticed assumptions about the(…)