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  • 067 – Anchors and Parkay

    If you’re old like us, you’ll remember a series of commercials on TV about Parkay margarine. The premise was that it tasted like butter and had the texture of butter, […]

  • 066 – Scarlet Fever

    Starting at a very young age, the Mormon church instills its members with the notion that sex is “carnal”, evil, and filthy. Rather than a natural, normal, healthy phase of […]

  • 065 – Just Scripture Twistin’

    If there’s one thing Joseph enjoyed doing, it was twisting scriptures! Whether it was expressing the epitome of humility by retroactively adding himself to past prophesies, or just creating scriptures […]

  • 064 – Planting Idol-a-Trees

    One of the things the leaders of the LDS church and its members are very proud of proclaiming is that – unlike the rest of the world – their religion […]

  • 063 – Trust Busters

    The LDS church requires its members to extend significant trust to its leaders. “The Brethren” at the top are sustained as “prophets, seers, and revelators” who literally speak for God. […]

  • 062 – Not-so-Special Witnesses of Christ

    When the church was very young, Joe and Ollie called 12 apostles, hearkening back to the good ol’ days of Jesus and his traveling band. Ollie told the 12 that […]

  • 061 – Dead Men’s Bones

    The church claims to be “the only true and living church on the face of the earth”. What makes a church true? Beyond that – what makes it “living”? Join […]

  • 060 – What’s the Point?

    Did you ever hear of the “17 Points of the True Church”? It all stemmed from a talk given by a guy named Floyd Weston. “Back in the day” (especially […]

  • 059 – Keystoned

    You’ve probably heard the Book of Mormon called the “keystone” of the LDS religion. Join us in a small “stoning session” as we throw rocks at some of the truth […]

  • 058 – Look to the Source, of Course!

    According to Jeff “Jowls” Holland, if you don’t believe the Book of Mormon is true without accounting for its origin, you’ve been “deceived”. Well then, let’s look to the source, […]