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Best EXMORMON podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best EXMORMON podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Exmormonology is a study of life after your mormon faith crisis, from a life coach's perspective, "mingled with" my personal exmormon musings. I know that churches can be wrong, outcasts can be right and life is rarely black and white. I coach amazing humans from all over the globe, one on one, via Zoom.
 
Your user's guide to life on the outside. Leaving religion is the first step into a larger, better world. But it can also be a scary world. Things work differently now. Never fear: that's why we’re here! We're your audio uncles, and with help from good friends and experts in all sorts of fields, we're going to share the stories and seek the knowledge we all need for building a great life! After all, you only get one (that we know of), so you'd better make the most of it!
 
Celestial Sex, hosted by Chris Duce and produced by Colin Hatch, is an interview series about love and sex through the lens of Mormon upbringing. Our conversations dive into the confusing nature of growing up in Mormonism where sexuality is taught as something that's beautiful and sacred, but can only be explored after you're married- usually very quickly in between the temple sealing and the reception in the back of an '88 Mercury Tracer. Recorded in Los Angeles, we speak with post-mormons, ...
 
I've reached a point in my online experience where I've discovered I prefer being a content producer more than a consumer. Sure, I enjoy myself when I visit someone else's site. But when I create, it’s different. I have to internalize it and make it mine. Not only do I almost always learn something, I end up with something tangible to show for my effort. The joy this has given me seems more lasting and genuine. So why do I blog and podcast? First and foremost is the creative angle of it. I e ...
 
From Kolob to Calvary was created to help listeners who are transitioning out of Mormonism, have already left, or are non-Mormons trying to understand their LDS friends and neighbors better. It speaks to the heart and soul of those leaving Mormonism for a Biblically-based faith. Host Tracy Tennant shares her personal insights and experiences gained from her time as a faithful Latter-day Saint of 26 years and now as a former Mormon on a journey to discover the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob ...
 
A native of Southern California, Jeremy was born in the covenant. A 6th generation Mormon of Pioneer heritage, Jeremy reached every Mormon youth milestone. An Eagle Scout, Returned Missionary, and BYU alumnus, Jeremy was married in the San Diego Temple with expectations and plans of living Mormonism for the rest of his life. In February 2012, Jeremy experienced a crisis of faith, which subsequently led to a faith transition in the summer of 2012. In the spring of 2013, Jeremy was approached ...
 
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Amy is drinking a Rosé and James is drinking Bourbon Whiskey and our conversation took us around the block a few times... Mormon Dating Pretty In Pink Sex Before Marriage Purity Culture Young Women's Motto Modesty Boys and their bad thoughts. Uchtdorf 3 year olds bearing testimonies Anti-mormons at General Conference to name a few. You will have to…
 
This week! Uncle Doug takes a truthful look at the much-maligned practice of Vodou, Uncle Dan goes crazy with the Mark of the Beast, and Uncle Mark conspires with Bryce Blankenagel of the Naked Mormonism podcast about the Strengthening Church Members Committee. You can catch Bryce and his miles-deep dive into Mormon history at https://nakedmormonis…
 
Tom really hates it when bad people get away with doing bad things. It almost makes him wish there was an afterlife, just so the bad guys can be punished. But what about Karma? Is there any evidence for reincarnation — like maybe children who remember previous lives? What about near death experiences — is there anything at all waiting for us after …
 
Glenn, John, Bob, Randy and Mike discuss #5 and #6 of McConkie’s deadly heresies. Namely, that people can progress from kingdom to kingdom in the eternities (#5) and that Adam is our God, the father of our spiritual and physical bodies, who traveled to earth from another planet (#6.) It’s a fun discussion that also explores the historical influence…
 
Have you ever thought that getting married/sealed in the temple guarantees your salvation? WRONG! What about the thought that baptisms for the dead give sinners a second chance at redemption? WRONG AGAIN! Don’t get complacent! Don’t start thinking you are doing just fine!! Don’t ever ever ever ever think that you don’t need the CHURCH or the BIG AN…
 
How deadly can a heresy be? Listen in as Glenn, John, Bob, and Randy smack down some Bruce R. McConkie and figure it all out. So that you don’t have to. The BYU Speeches (highly amended) transcript is here: https://speeches.byu.edu/talks/bruce-r-mcconkie_seven-deadly-heresies/ The un-amended audio can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=…
 
The last frock in the Week of Tannehill series, this was originally published in March 2014. Mike Tannehill joins us once again for this unofficial follow-up to The Unintentional Racist to discuss the recent LDS.com essay on Noah’s Ark with Randy, Scott, Jake, Erica, and Glenn. Here is the link to the Meridian article in defense of Noah’s Ark. And …
 
Mike Tannehill (love him or hate him) is fighting the good fight against the Mormon church. Or at least against the influence of those liberal academic types trying to re-write church history — more specifically those authors of the recent essay Race and the Priesthood on LDS.org who would have us believe that church doctrine is nothing more than t…
 
Glenn takes you back to the 4th episode of Infants on Thrones, originally published in September 2012. It is a surprisingly good Radio Lab styled episode, centering on the narrative structure of “loss and restoration” found both in and out of the Mormon church. Mike Tannehill also provides some criteria by which one may determine if a church is in …
 
What is the Abrahamic covenant and why is it so important to Mormons like Mike Tannehill? For listeners who do not know Mike Tannehill, get ready. He’s making a return to the podcast soon. So think of “The Week of Tannehill” as a year supply of sorts, preparing for the end times, this time with extra weevils.…
 
It is very common to pull back from mormon friends and family, when you are going through a faith crisis, or shortly there after. This is because you start to feel a huge disconnect. You may find yourself going through the motions, until you no longer can. You will know when that happens. Let's talk about it AND mormon love bombs. Have you been a r…
 
April 2020 General Conference Review, Part 1. Matt and Tom breakdown the General Conference of the Apocalypse. They provide the analysis that only these infants can about what the Lord’s anointed have to tell His people during the most significant event effecting health, psychology, and finances of God’s people. They smackdown the new Proclamation …
 
This week, let's get specific on ways to start managing your mind during this pandemic. Showing up for yourself and learning how to do this work will have lasting ripple effects in your life. Also, are you finding your mormon beliefs around life and death and after life creeping into your brain lately? I want to talk about that too. Learning to man…
 
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