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69: Common Logical Fallacies From the Pulpit

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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 to logical fallacy overviews: Wiki – formal fallacy Wiki – list(…)

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

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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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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 how to handle various family/holiday situations. (Originally released on December 19th,(…)

55: Family Home Evening with Mitch and Amy

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This past Monday, Amy sat down with Mitch Mayne to discuss recent developments in his life and to allow him the opportunity to announce his plans for the future.  Mitch Mayne’s Mormon Expression: Voices Interview Mitch Mayne Personal Website Mitch Mayne on Facebook Mitch Mayne on Twitter Family Acceptance Project MormonsAndGays LDS Website No More(…)

51: Bart, Nolan, and Brigham Young Brought to Life

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Heather interviews creator of Mormon Infographics, Bart Pascoal. They discuss his disaffection, the creation of his first website – After All We Can Do, and the genesis of his second Mormon themed website, Mormon Infographics. Then, they are joined by Nolan Mecham to discuss Bart’s newest project: bringing Brigham Young to life on a computer(…)

50: The Defeat of the ERA and the LDS Church

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Clay hosts a panel discussion about the church’s involvement in the defeat of the ERA. Panelists include Matt, Laura, and Melanny. References D. Michael Quinn—The LDS Church’s Campaign against the Equal Rights Amendment–1994, Journal of Mormon History, v. 20, p. 85–155. Sonia Johnson—From Housewife to Heretic The Chruch and the Proposed Equal Rights Amendment: A(…)