269: The Book of Mormon Witnesses

Today Chris and Clay join me again for a round-table discussion about the eleven witnesses to the Book of Mormon.  We talk at length about our assumptions that the Three Witnesses has a spiritual event, that the Eight Witnesses had a physical event, whether their experience was consistent, and how the Institutional Church may have […]

Walk a Mile In Our Shoes: 001: Meet The Walker’s

Today you get to meet the Walker’s.  A Family in the midst of their own faith journey willing to open up and share their experience.  Today is their first episode.  Today your offered an opportunity to “walk a mile in their shoes”.   They are vulnerable.  They are honest.  And they lay their lives on […]

268: The Spiritual Trauma of Mormonism

****Episode Warning**** : This episode discusses in a raw way  the trauma and abuse in Mormonism.  For those who feel triggered by such a conversation please avoid or at least avoid listening to this alone.  This episode should be listened with others who honor and validate your faith journey.  People whom you can press pause […]

Radio Free Mormon: 012: Murder Most Foul

Today Radio Free Mormon releases his newest episode newest episode “Murder Most Foul”.  Today RFM explores the slaying of Laban and all the motives and correlations that the Book of Mormon puts on display giving insight into it as a text and into the mind of Nephi.  After just taking us down the wrong roads, RFM now […]

267: Book Of Mormon Historicity

Today’s episode tackles the expanding space of Book of Mormon Historicity.  We share the words of Jared Hickman, Patrick Mason, Richard Bushman, Sam Brown, Grant Hardy, Elder Oaks, and Elder Holland.  We talk today about the space that is seemingly being created in this very moment.  Do we see how unique of a moment we […]

Mormon Awakenings: 002: Getting Job

Guest host Jack Naneek shares with us a podcast episode titled “Getting Job”.  What are the lessons we find in the Book of Job.  When we get below the surface of the stories we always tell ourselves is there something more in this book of scripture?  The book of Job is a strange unusual story […]

Mormon Awakenings: 001: The Lone Villager

Guest host Jack Naneek shares with us a podcast episode titled “The Lone Villager”.  This episode seeks for us to not only recognize and validate that there are issues in Mormonism but that there are issues in life.  That we can either put those issues in a backpack and carry this heavy load everywhere putting […]

265: Excommunication Extravaganza

Today I sit down with Chris Bloxham and we go into the details of 7 little known but interesting Church Discipline actions in LDS Church history.  Some of these stories include facts and humor that may be deemed as offensive or upsetting and we suggest that listeners be sure to not have children around and if […]

264: Gone Are The Days….. (Version 2)

I was broken.  I was mad.  I was frustrated.  I was sad.   I was at an impasse and I prayed for the Church to create real space for truth seeking.  Please….. Please……  Make a safe space…….  I need you and hope for you to truly honor my questions by having a vulnerable conversation about them.  Please hear my heart. […]

261: Amanda and The Chosen Generation

Today we sit down with Amanda, a recently returned Missionary.  We talk about her being raised to explore the questions, her Mission to New Jersey, and her agenda to love and to serve.  She talks about the World not needing more Mormons and she talks about not letting rules get in the way of people. […]

260: Justin Brierley – Unbelieveable

Today with sit down with Justin Brierley, host of the popuar Christian podcast “Unbelievable” which is hosted in the UK.  Justin joins us today to discuss his podcast and his faith journey.  We talk about orthodoxy vs unorthodoxy, his personal interpretation of scripture, what he sees as Christianity’s ability to stand up to criticism, and […]

259: Samuel Brown – Joseph Smith and Translation

Today we sit down to talk to Sam Brown LDS author and scholar and discuss the upcoming conference “New Perspectives on Joseph Smith and Translation” that is taking place on March 16th 2017 from 9am to 5:30pm at Utah State University and is free to the public. We talk about the conference, translation, and Book of […]