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Frank and Dan's off-the-cuff conversations focus on current events cast through the lens of their shared atheism. Episodes include a rundown of six news stories from the prior week, and the show occasionally features interviews with writers, thinkers, and leaders in the atheist community. As former Mormons, the hosts provide insight into the often misunderstood religious minority.
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Husband and Wife are two non-believers who have always wanted to read the Bible. Why would we subject ourselves to this you might ask? From our perspective it helps us understand where the Christians around us, here in the Midwest, are coming from when they quote the Bible at us. Husband is basically an Atheist and wife leans Agnostic but mostly Atheist and we’re just having some fun at the Bible’s expense while learning more about what our neighbors claim we’re going to hell over. Join Acas ...
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Cognitive Dissonance

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Every episode we blast anyone who gets in our way. We bring critical thinking, skepticism, and irreverence to any topic that makes the news, makes it big, or makes us mad. It’s skeptical, it’s political and there is no welcome mat.
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Explore your faith with real questions and honest responses as Pastor Lance Burch dives into your questions from each week's message. Watch with us online each week on Sundays at 10:30am CST and participate in the Live Q&R during the message. Send in your questions for Lance to respond to during the service and in full here on the One More Thing podcast. Watch Online: live.reality.church
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The Christian Bible: the book of stories and guidelines that shaped the western and, in a lot of ways, the whole world. And it's completely nuts. I go through the "holy" texts and retell the stories in all their crazy nonsense for the world to see just how nuts they all actually are.
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Alice has never read the Bible. Tom finds this very hard to understand having been brought up with the stories of Jesus, and sets out to tell them to her! A comedy podcast where a 27 year old is told bible stories for the first time ever. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Interfaith Voices provides engaging and informative discussion on the key public issues of our day through the lenses of many different faith perspectives. We foster religious tolerance and educate our listeners on the broad diversity of religious traditions and viewpoints in the United States. This podcast feed is for the hour-long version of the program.
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Christian Warrior Mission is a Home Church Fellowship, Community, Farm, and Ministry Discipling Christian Warriors for Today's Challenges. Our Crusade: In the name of Jesus Christ, we train and fortify Christian warriors, battle-ready for the trials of our times. This sacred mission unfolds in the mountains of northeast TN on our 44-acre bastion of faith – a home church, community, farm, and ministry – and broadcasts live across the digital battlefield on Twitter, Rumble, Facebook, YouTube, ...
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Rethinking Hell is a central resource for a view on Hell called Conditional Immortality (a.k.a. conditionalism or annihilationism). Focusing on this biblical view as held by many Evangelical Christians, we interview notable proponents, respond to the challenges of critics, present the stories of people who once held to the traditional view but are now rethinking hell, and much more.
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An inclusive podcast for the believer and non, centered around God-Politics-Science-Faith(s) and Culture. Being joined on the show by pastors, people of the same and different faiths and the atheist/agnostic believers; where we aim to discuss and debate topics such as - Morality and its proof of God - Is the Bible supernatural in content - Difficulties all believers encounter in a secular world - Reincarnation and its truth claim - The view of Jesus through different eyes - If your faith imp ...
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With a hefty dose of humor, a sprinkle of sass, and a truckload of relatability, I'm your co-captain, ready to sail alongside you through the turbulent waters of being a woman in today’s world. Each week, I'll bring you inspiring stories from women who have turned trials into triumphs, tears into tales of strength, and doubts into dreams come true. We’ll dive deep into topics like the joy and chaos of motherhood, the romantic rollercoaster of marriage, the drama of friendships, the soap-oper ...
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The kingdom of Israel splits into two separate nations after the death of King Solomon. His son Rehoboam ascends to the throne and when the people ask him to not be a dick like his dad. But his friends goad him into doubling down on his dickishness. He should have listened to Nancy Reagan and just said no to peer pressure! So Jeroboam comes back fr…
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Bible Study by Atheists Weekly is a collection of last week's episodes by Sacrilegious Discourse with Husband and Wife. This week's collection includes Jeremiah chapters 41 - 45 plus our Q&A and Sacrilegious Book Club Join us on DISCORD: https://discord.gg/8RwwMrb5zK Skip the ads by joining Patreon https://patreon.com/sacrilegiousdiscourse Thank yo…
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Husband and Wife cover Tales and Legends: Part 4 of A Treasury of Jewish Folklore. In this episode of the Sacrilegious Book Club, we're reading from Chapter 4: FOLK TALES. Topics include Alexander the Great, eagles, backyard treasures, eyeballs, greed, intelligence, philosophy, Macedonia, and world domination. Next time, we will continue reading en…
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Prepare to be enlightened, or at least amused, as we dive headfirst into the murky waters of ancient religious texts in our latest podcast episode, "Jeremiah Chapters 41-45 Q&A." This isn't your Sunday school teacher's interpretation; we're getting down and dirty with the legends and lore of the biblical bad boys, Jeremiah and his trusty sidekick, …
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Welcome back, heathens and skeptics! On today's episode of Sacrilegious Discourse, we're breaking down the biblical blockbuster, Jeremiah Chapter 45, with the same reverence as a televangelist at tax time. Get ready to witness the almighty prophet's secretary, Baruch, throw the mother of all pity parties – and yes, God RSVPs! We start with a bang, …
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In this week's irreverent deep dive into the not-so-good book, we're tackling Jeremiah Chapter 44 with all the gusto of a scorned deity at a celestial mixer. Our snarky hosts pull no punches as they navigate the bewildering labyrinth of ancient Judah's decision to swipe left on Yahweh's Tinder profile and ghost him for the Queen of Heaven. Buckle u…
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Galatians 4 Bible Study. My wife, Lauren, joins us, offering a stirring testimony that shines as a beacon of hope and exemplifies the profound transformation from Liberal Atheist to Champion Christian Conservative for Jesus Christ. This episode isn't just about theological musings; it's a candid look at the real-life hurdles we face and the victori…
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Welcome back, fellow skeptics and scripture sleuths, to another episode of "You Can't Make This Stuff Up: The Bible Edition." This time, we're dissecting the divine drama of Jeremiah Chapter 43, where the plot thickens and the divine counsel seems more like a script from a B-rated spy movie. We start off with a bit of a facepalm moment as we lament…
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In this episode of The Cordial Catholic, I'm joined by Dr. James Prothro to talk about the historical and biblical roots of the Catholic Sacrament of Reconciliation. Where does the idea of the Sacraments come from? Where do we see the roots of repentance, reconciliation, and forgiveness in the Old Testament? What about penance? And how do these his…
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A sermon on James 4. Confronting the shadows of our world, we find silver linings threaded throughout. In the throes of discussing advancements in medicine birthed from the ashes of war, we uncover a tapestry of divine grace amid adversity. The episode becomes a sanctuary for gratitude and a reminder of the eternal over the temporal. Biblical teach…
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Join us as we roll our eyes to the heavens—will they roll back?—in another irreverent dive into the murky prophecies of Jeremiah. In this episode, we sarcastically salute Jeremiah, the possible puppet master of ancient politicking, as we navigate the confusion that is Jeremiah Chapter 42. Is he a mouthpiece of the divine or just another strategist …
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Trump promises to create 'Christian Visibility Day,' Kenyan priest 'sentenced' in child-rape case, Mormon leaders admit they're old, trend in Catholic parish closures, Tennessee changes law to allow anti-LGBTQ bigots to adopt LGBTQ children, possible changes to Mormon underwear, and this week's eclipse brings out the religious/superstitious crazies…
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Join us on this bewildering biblical joyride as we unpack the drama and confusion that is Jeremiah Chapter 41—sans Jeremiah. That's right, folks; our main man Jeremiah has apparently ghosted us. Dive into the latest episode of our irreverent podcast where we dissect the bloody aftermath of Jerusalem's fall, only to find that our so-called prophet i…
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Bible Study by Atheists Weekly is a collection of last week's episodes by Sacrilegious Discourse with Husband and Wife. This week's collection includes Jeremiah chapters 36 - 40 plus our Q&A Join us on DISCORD: https://discord.gg/8RwwMrb5zK Skip the ads by joining Patreon https://patreon.com/sacrilegiousdiscourse Thank you for stopping by Sacrilegi…
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Dive headfirst into a no-holds-barred Q&A session where we dissect the mind-boggling tales from Jeremiah chapters 36-40. This episode of our atheist podcast doesn't shy away from calling out the absurdities of biblical stories and the laughable lunacy surrounding modern-day eclipse predictions. Get ready for a heavy dose of skepticism and wit as we…
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Hold on to your secular scepters and don your critical crowns, folks, because we're diving headfirst into the biblical equivalent of a soap opera with Jeremiah Chapter 40. It's another episode of our irreverent deep-dive podcast where we tackle the absurdities of ancient scripture with a hefty dose of skepticism and a pinch (or two) of snark. Today…
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The crack of dawn on a bustling farm brought an unexpected chill, and with it, the miracle of birth as Peg Pig welcomed her piglets into the world. Amidst the flurry of activity, we're reminded of the delicate balance between the wonders and hardships of farm life. In this episode, I share a poignant moment from the barn that will touch your heart …
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In this latest episode of our no-holds-barred atheist podcast, we tear into the biblical circus that is Jeremiah Chapter 39 with the finesse of a skeptic wielding Occam's razor. Brace yourself for a blasphemous deep dive into the so-called prophecies of Jeremiah, where we call out the holy smoke and mirrors for what they truly are: a mixture of pol…
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Embark on a quest with us at Christian Warrior Talk as we navigate the realms of humility, gratitude, and deep faith. Together, we introduce the Crucible Challenge – not just a test of our discipline, but a clarion call for camaraderie and solidarity in our daily walk with Christ. We're unwrapping our hearts and lives through prayer, scripture, and…
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Are you ready for another riveting ride through the annals of ancient antics? Buckle up, non-believers, because this episode of our skeptical soiree is all about Jeremiah Chapter 38, where divine warnings and political maneuvers collide like never before. We're diving deep into the muddy cistern of religious rhetoric and the slimy politics of Jerus…
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Welcome to the latest episode of our show, where sacred texts get a healthy dose of skepticism and the biblical Jeremiah finds himself in the hot seat. In this irreverent and snark-filled episode, we tackle the convoluted narrative of Jeremiah Chapter 37, where divine commands, political chess, and questionable allegiances create a story that's as …
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As warriors of faith, we stand shoulder to shoulder on the frontlines of life's fiercest battles, and this week's episode is a testament to that unyielding spirit. We kick things off with prayer and our Bible Study on 2 Corinthians 13. Next, during our fellowship battle, Adrian shares his incredible journey on Testimony Tuesday, highlighting how he…
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In this episode of The Cordial Catholic, I'm joined by Gerard Figurelli, a former pastor, radio host, apologist, and a student under some of the very best Evangelical minds in North America, to tell his incredible story of his return – his reconciliation – with Rome. Raised Catholic, Gerard received all of the sacraments but never really felt conne…
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Get ready to roll your eyes heavenward as we delve into the oh-so-sacred shenanigans of Jeremiah Chapter 36 in our latest blasphemously fun podcast episode. Join us as we raise our skeptic's goblet to the high drama of ancient Judah, where divine messages get the ultimate brush-off from kingly arrogance. In this episode, "Jeremiah Chapter 36: Divin…
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Bible Study by Atheists Weekly is a collection of last week's episodes by Sacrilegious Discourse with Husband and Wife. This week's collection includes Jeremiah chapters 26 - 30 plus our Q&A and Book Club. Join us on DISCORD: https://discord.gg/8RwwMrb5zK Skip the ads by joining Acast+ https://plus.acast.com/s/6331d364470c7900137bb57d Thank you for…
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Are you ready for a heathen’s take on the holiest hunger games? Tune in to our latest irreverent episode, "Lentsgiving," where we dive fork-first into the smorgasbord of Lent without actually giving up anything (because, let's be real, self-denial is overrated). We're dishing out a full serving of skepticism with a side of sarcasm as we explore the…
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Welcome back to your favorite tongue-in-cheek examination of biblical complexities—where no holy subject is off-limits, and we're cooking up another tasty episode, this time garnished with historical titbits. We're plunging into Jeremiah chapters 31 to 35 with the accuracy of a tipsy surgeon at Carnival. Fasten your seatbelts, free-thinkers; we're …
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Get ready to roll your eyes through the heavens as we dissect the ridiculousness that is Jeremiah chapter 35 in our latest podcast episode. Join your favorite irreverent hosts on an adventure into the land of arbitrary divine tests and ancient cult behavior, where sobriety equals piety and living in tents is the new divine commandment. Who needs mo…
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Strap in, folks, for another rollercoaster ride through the convoluted carnival that is the Bible, where Jeremiah Chapter 34 serves up a smorgasbord of divine double-talk and ethical yo-yoing that'll leave your head spinning faster than a cherubim with a jetpack. In this episode, our atheist podcasters navigate the biblical minefield of Jeremiah's …
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Get ready to suspend your disbelief and embrace the absurdity of the divine in this snarky take on Jeremiah Chapter 33. Husband and Wife, the dynamic duo of skepticism, dissect the latest in prophet property dealings and the Almighty's apparent mood swings. Starting off with a holy real estate transaction that would make even the Monopoly Man blush…
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In this episode of The Cordial Catholic, I'm joined by one of my heroes, Early Church scholar Dr. Thomas Scheck to unpack his amazing story of growing up Catholic, leaving the faith for Evangelical Christian, and then coming storming back to the Church after 17 years away. It's a great journey! Listen as Dr. Scheck explains why an encounter with tw…
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Get ready to roll your eyes to heaven in this irreverent dive into the supposed holy hijinks of Jeremiah Chapter 32. Join your favorite skeptical duo as they take a not-so-reverent look at ancient real estate deals, divine plans that sound suspiciously like city planning mishaps, and prophecies that seem to be more about wishful thinking than actua…
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