Everyone's Agnostic Podcast
Cass & Bob interview people you don't know about a subject no one wants to talk about--losing faith in the supernatural.
Episode 30 - Wendy

Moving from the NE 10 years ago, Wendy had a head-on collision with the Christian dominance of the South and she hasn't recovered yet.  Hear her story, told with honesty and New Jersey vernacular.   

Direct download: Episode_30_-_Wendy.mp3
Category:atheism -- posted at: 5:47pm CDT
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Episode 29 - Pastor Tony Woodall

Tony was raised in the Church of Christ here in Tennessee.  He was moved by signs and wonders to Charismatic Pentacostalism.  But it all imploded and life spiraled downward.  When he returned years later to ministry, it was all about Love and helping those in need.  He's a good ole Southern boy with a big heart!    

Direct download: Episode_29_-_Tony_Woodall.mp3
Category:spirituality -- posted at: 2:19pm CDT
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Episode 28 - Brandon Fibbs

Brandon Fibbs, the son of two generations of Assembly of God ministers, let science lead him to a new Truth.  Brandon lives in Los Angeles, works in the TV/movie industry including on "Cosmos" w/ Neil DeGrasse Tyson.  

Direct download: Episode_28_-_Brandon_Fibbs.mp3
Category:atheism -- posted at: 4:45pm CDT
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Episode 27 - Neil Carter

Former Baptist zealot, Neil Carter, now blogs as "Godless in Dixie."  Hear his story and the great cost of being openly secular in Mississippi.  

Direct download: Episode_27_-_Neil_Carter.mp3
Category:humanism -- posted at: 1:27pm CDT
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Episode 26 - year in review

Bob & Cass talk about what they learned from each guest, and how the podcast and their personal journeys have evolved as a result.  A survey of all 19 guests and the pilgrimage they started 6 months ago.  Happy Holidays and Happy New Year everybody!  

Direct download: episode_26_-_2014_in_review.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:58pm CDT
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Episode 25 - Michael Dowd

Former UCC minister, Micheal Dowd, is on a mission to save humanity...from climate change.  Ecology is the new Theology.  Humans have glorified their needs at the expense of the earth and there's hell and high water to pay.  If you and your god-narratives aren't pro-future, you're part of the problem, not the solution.  a big John Michael Greer disciple and proponent of Citlizens Climate Lobby (CCL), Dowd gives tips on what we can do to help (besides drive a Prius).  Good talk, see you out there!  

Direct download: Episode_25_-_Michael_Dowd.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:54pm CDT
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Episode 24 - Joe Cologero

No masks! The journey out of magical thinking into reality is a brave pilgrimage and Joe Cologero shares his story in earnest.  Saved by Ricky Gervais and Matt Dillahunty, the lightbulb over Joe’s head finally came on and stayed on.  Check it out! Episode 24 of Everyone’s Agnostic podcast. 

 

 

Direct download: Episode_24_-_Joe.mp3
Category:atheism -- posted at: 1:58pm CDT
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Episode 23 - Elyce

This is our interview with brilliant Dr. Elyce Rae Helford, an English professor at MTSU.  She talks about her Judeo upbringing and her journey to atheism.  A feminist, a fiction writer, mother, wife, and atheist podcast connoisseur.  We love talking to people who have really thought things through and Elyce certainly qualifies.  Get into it! 

 

 

Direct download: Episode_23_-_Elyce.mp3
Category:atheism -- posted at: 1:59pm CDT
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Episode 22 - Rabbi Rami

Rabbi Rami Shapiro is a zen rabbi, reform rabbi, has a doctorate in religious studies, and initiated into the Ramakrishna Order of Vedanta Hinduism.  He is a world renowned lecturer and author, who has been bringing the perennial wisdom of the world’s religions to spiritual seekers of every faith and none for over forty years.

Direct download: episode_22_final.mp3
Category:spirituality -- posted at: 11:11am CDT
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Episode 21 - Frank Schaeffer

Bob & Cass interview Frank Schaeffer about his latest book, "Why I'm an Atheist Who Believes in God."  Once we get past that fact that semantically those words are mutually exclusive, an odd conversation can happen.   This paradox, this tension, especially for those who were raised religious and are no longer, can stick in your head for decades.  Perhaps some just can't completely shut the coffin on God?  "Spiritual but not religious."  How much space can remain for the possibility of a "god" or Prime Mover once one denies all supernaturalism, magic, superstition, and fully accepts Darwin's theory of evolution?  Is it anything more than feelings or wishful thinking?  

Direct download: Episode_21_Frank_Schaeffer_mp3.mp3
Category:atheism -- posted at: 1:09pm CDT
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