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74: Mormons and the Bible

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:15:50 — 69.5MB) In this episode, Heather, Alyssa, and Jonee discuss how Mormons perceive and use the Bible. They then discuss whether the Mormon view of the Bible matches up with what scholars know about the history of the Bible and early Christianity. This episode is a(…)

73: Rock Waterman & Pure Mormonism

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:11:22 — 65.4MB) Heather interviews Rock Waterman about his life and journey through Mormonism. They also discuss Rock’s current views on the LDS church church, his blog, and recent events in Mormonism.

70: The Special Language of Prayer… Makes No Sense

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:02:19 — 57.1MB) Heather, Clay, Greg, and Jay tackle a conference address given by Oaks in the 90′s and share why they think it’s problematic. Greg shares why the talk has stuck with him over the years and how it played a role in his mission experience.(…)

69: Common Logical Fallacies From the Pulpit

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:27:53 — 80.5MB) Clay round-tables with Greg, Nick, and Daniel to talk about logical fallacies. What are they? What are some of the popular ones and what examples do we see of them from the pulpit and in the social dialogue around us? References Some dandy links(…)

66: Responding to “Witnesses of God” by Dallin Oaks

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:00:31 — 55.4MB) Heather, Clay and Ryan discuss Oak’s recent devotional at BYU-IDaho, “Witnesses of God.” Links: Oak’s “Witnesses of God” Devotional at BYU-Idaho Transcript of Oak’s 2009 Address about Religious Freedom

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

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:34:38 — 65.0MB) For those who weren’t with The Expositor last year, here is another chance to listen to our holiday episode. 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(…)