The Church Is NOT True!!
Summary: EX-MORMON RADIO-Sometimes spiritual, sometimes satirical, and at all times critical.
Our 'faithful friend' John Dehlin runs a show that is pro mormon. He calls it 'Mormon Stories.' John wanted to hear the respective stories of each Hyrum and Mike. We SKYPED him in & you'll hear that we got the Skype problem fixed. IT SOUNDS GREAT! It's actually a 'Mormon Stories' podcast so there's not much poking fun at the church. Basically, You get to listen to Hyrum tell his story this week. There's a tiny little debate at the end of the show. Enjoy! Originally published on August 21, 2005.
For today's show we chat with 'Iron Rod.' He talks to us from his current home in the sunny state of Arizona. Gordon B. Hinckley recently addressed all LDS church members, telling them that the Book of Mormon "carries with it the spirit of inspiration, the power to convince and to convert." Well ... we invite you to listen to Iron Rod as he tells how this very book converted him OUT of Mormonism. Originally published on August 7, 2005
What if you gathered up a bunch of different LDS members, even some that view themselves as 'schooled in the faith,' and you asked them some quick questions? The answers on rather common doctrines will vary from person to person. The discussion today hits on member statistics, polygamy, the Book of Abraham, the Book of Mormon, and a few other strange beliefs. Email us your comments to either Mike or Hyrum. Originally published on July 24, 2005
For this show we invite 'Polygamy Porter' to the studio. He drove from far across the sea, to this land, in which he used to live, righteously. It's a longer podcast, because he tells his story. But it's a goodie! Originally published on July 2, 2005
The first show has sections including: An Introduction, This Week in Mormon History, Missionary Moment, and Milk & Meat. Let us know how you feel! Email us! Post on the comment section. Get a SKYPE account! We'd love to hear from you. TRY TO WIN TICKETS TO THE BASH! Originally published on June 26, 2005
Canadian musician and ex-Mormon Tal Bachman continues talking with us about Mormonism and various other topics. Originally published on July 24, 2006.
Canadian musician and ex-Mormon Tal Bachman talks with us about Mormonism and various other topics. Originally published on July 23, 2006.
Bob McCue finishes his discussion with Mike and Hyrum in this two-part series. Was Joseph Smith trustworthy? Find out for yourself. Originally published on March 11, 2006.
Mike, Hyrum, and Bob McCue chat once again in this two-part series. Was Joseph Smith trustworthy? Find out for yourself. Originally published on March 6, 2006.
Richard Packham continues to talk about why he is an active apostate. We asked him a myriad of questions in this second episode. It was a pleasure to have Mr. Packham on our show. Originally published on January 29, 2006.
We were able to chat with Richard Packham in this phone conversation. Richard was the founder, first member, and first president of the ExMormon Foundation. A variety of subjects are discussed. Enjoy. Originally published on January 28, 2006.
Bob McCue continues to talk about how Mormon belief interferes with reason. We also asked Bob a series of questions submitted by John Dehlin. We really appreciate Bob's appearance on the show and encourage you to visit his website. Originally published on January 9, 2006
Mike, Hyrum, and Bob McCue chat in this two-part series. In this first episode, Bob talks about his personal story and then begins his topic which is, 'Does Mormon Belief Interfere with Reason?' Originally published on January 2, 2006
It's field trip time! Mike, Hyrum, and Dave (a listener from out of state), visited the Beehive House. Take this tour with us of a house that belonged to the leader of the 'Brighamites.' Feel free to post your thoughts in the comment section. Originally published on December 3, 2005
This show was fun even though the sound went a little wonky. Professor Lee Ahona makes an appearance. Mike, Hyrum, and AMBER ALE (Kevin), talk about a variety of subjects. We apologize for the technical difficulties. Here is the VIEW FROM THE FOYER board. See you next time! Originally published on November 7. 2005.