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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(…)

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,(…)

85: Mormons and Money – The Prosperity Doctrine

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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 generous detour into church finances and how they relate to the(…)

78: We’re 2 Years (and 1 month) Old!

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Heather, Clay, Amy, Troy, Greg, Brandt, and Nick catch up with each other and discuss current events in the world of online Mormonism.

71: To Resign or Not to Resign

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Greg hosts a panel discussion about resigning from the church. Panelists include: Tom Kimball, Matt Nokleby, Amy and Heather. Each panelist has a different opinion on resignation and has made different choices about doing so. The episode also includes a brief explanation on the process and links to resources for help through the process are(…)

70: The Special Language of Prayer… Makes No Sense

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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. Reference: The Special Language of Prayer by Dallin Oaks