April off

It took me 2 years and 5 months to pay off the last of the debt from the failed haunt business, but I finally did it. To celebrate, I’m going to take the month of April off from the podcast to rest and relax. We’ll be back in May with Mormons and DNA, Presuppositional Apologetics, […]

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24: The Gospel of John

Here we go again, but now we’ve reached the “maverick gospel,” the Gospel of John. Unlike in the synoptics where Jesus likes to keep his Messiahship a secret, in John the guy cannot shut up about himself. He’ll blab about how he’s the Son of God to anyone who’ll listen. Add in a few “signs,” […]

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23: Ham on Nye

Lots of man on man, science on creationist action in this episode where we talk about Bill Nye’s rout of Ken Ham in Kentucky. You might be surprised to know that the Second Law of Thermodynamics also makes an appearance. Great fun!

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22: Norse Mythology

In this podcast we discuss Norse mythology for some reason, I guess for all of those who are constantly pestered by Norse missionaries. Matt takes the reins and puts his anthropology degree to good use, covering everything between the beginning of the formless void Ginnungagap to Ragnarok, the end of the world (kind of). We […]

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2.21: Skunk Dick of the Year

Matt was sauced and Chuck nearly comatose for this, our first episode of 2014, wherein we review the Skunk Dicks of 2013 and choose a winner for the Skunkiest Dick of the year. The results may surprise you. Or maybe not. Probably not.

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2.20 The Origins of Christmas

Is Jesus really the “reason for the season?” Find out in this podcast all about Saint Nicholas, mistletoe, Christmas trees, winter solstice festivals, Saturnalia, and Coca-Cola. Also, an expanded Skunk Dick section featuring a couple of Fox News blondes being outraged by their misunderstanding of the holiday.

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19: Kerry II

The concluding segment of our interview with Kerry Jackson of X-96 and the Geekshow podcast is here! In this hour we talk about Orson Scott Card’s “Ender’s Game,” Kerry beats Chuck up over not liking Star Trek: Into Darkness, and Matt reveals he has actually done some show prep. WARNING: GEEKINESS ABOUNDS.

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2.18: Luke, part 27

The latest in our seemingly infinite series on the Gospels, part 53 of the Gospel of St Luke focuses on the parables of Jesus as painstakingly recorded by Luke the physician, who wasn’t an eyewitness to the preachings of Jesus but nonetheless managed to capture multiple parables that escaped Matthew, Mark, and John. We also […]

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2.17: The Conjuring

Oh man, Ed and Lorraine Warren are at it again. These two nice, honest, and not at all charlatany monster hunters are just out and about, lecturing people about ghostology and giving helpful pro-tips to avoid getting anally raped by demons. This time, however, it’s not demons who are to blame but a witch! And […]

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2.16: Luke, I Am Your Father

Continuing our epic series, we have reached the final synoptic, the Gospel According to Saint Luke. Definitely gentile, possibly written much later than the rest, this gospel also has its share of stupid moments: Mary busting out into song like a 50′s musical, the “worldwide census” no one remembers, the holy parents leaving the Savior […]

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