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106: Who is Cleon Skousen?

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Clay leads a conversation with Heather and Mithryn about Cleon Skousen. References: Cleon Skousen’s Wikipedia page Cleon Skousen’s FBI File McKeever, Bill – W. Cleon Skousen – The Man Behind Glenn Beck Wilentz, Sean – Confounding Fathers Zaitchik, Alexander – Meet the man who changed Glenn Beck’s life Links: Round Table Review of The Naked(…)

96: Mormon Bullying

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Heather, Clay, Tom and Mithryn explore the question, “Is there a culture of bullying in the Mormon church?” Links and References: Mithryn’s Blog – Daniel C. Peterson: Another Day, Another Paid Bully Bullying definitions: Wikipedia Stop Bullying Dictionary LDS talks on bullying: Your Sacred Duty Your Holy Places Loving Others and Living with Differences Spiritual(…)

94a: April 2015 General Conference Saturday Sessions

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Clay hosts reviews of the Saturday sessions of General Conference. Panelists include: Julie, Peter, Marc, and Scott.

92: Existential Angst

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Heather, Clay, Nick, and Greg discuss existential angst. Links: Existentialism (Wikipedia) Angst (Wikipedia) True Detective Type I & II Errors (Wikipedia) Sky Cake – Patton Oswalt Lying to Ourselves – RadioLab Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari Tim Minchin’s UWA Graduation Address Infants on Thrones: Death – a listener essay by(…)

91: A Conversation with James L. Carroll: No Stranger to Paradox

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Clay sits down with James Carroll, a post-Mormon, Mormon Transhumanist, Buddhist and Unitarian Universalist. They discuss James’ faith journey and discuss the merits of being an activist and trying to find certainty in uncertainty. James’ previous interview: Mormon Expositor Episode 29 – Mormon Transhumanism

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

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