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Piloted by its Oxford-educated host Spencer Klavan, “Young Heretics” explores the concepts of truth, beauty, and everything that makes Western culture great in the face of an increasingly hostile academia, media, and culture through which liberals guard the great works of the West behind lock and key to “protect” the next generation from the supposed racism, sexism, and homophobia of those that came before. "Young Heretics," in direct contrast to this, provides an open forum for exploring, u ...
 
Holy Heretics seeks to foster honest conversations about the state of religion in the 21st century. We interview experts, spiritual seekers, scholars, and activists in our quest to examine just exactly how modern-day Christianity lost the Way of Jesus while also discovering how it can be regained through subversive thought and action.
 
Heretic Happy Hour is an unapologetically irreverent, crass, and sometimes profound conversation about the Christian faith. Hosts Keith Giles, Katy Valentine, Desimber Rose, Sandhya Jha, alongside producer Matthew J. Distefano, pull no punches and leave no stones unturned. For some serious sacred cow-tipping, there’s nothing better than spending an hour of your time with us.
 
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Almost Heretical

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Almost Heretical

Nate Hanson & Shelby Hanson

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A former pastor and a bible scholar deconstructing the reformed evangelical theology they used to teach. The podcast is conversations on faith, the Bible, church, race, women and more. We’re joined by Rob Bell, Audrey Assad, Tim Mackie, Hillary McBride, Rachel Held Evans, Lisa Sharon Harper, Kristen Du Mez, Christena Cleveland, Wade Mullen, Brandi Miller, and Mike McHargue.
 
New Southern Heretics is a conversational podcast about culture, individualism, and intellectualism in the American south. The myriad of topics covered by the series include cultural taboos, history, politics, science, pop culture, religion, philosophy, controversy, conspiracies, art, comedy, and the American way of life.
 
For as long as there has been history there have been heretics. Those who went against the norms no matter the cost. Troublemakers. These troublemakers now fill the pages of our history books because they were the ones who went on to change the world. But traditionally, history has not always been kind to the female heretics. The goal of this podcast is to explore the lives and legends of incredible women throughout history. Sharing their stories. With wine.
 
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Heretic in the House

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Heretic in the House

Shalom Hartman Institute of North America

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America has a fascination with Hasidic Jews; they show up frequently in memoirs, in newspapers, and even on Netflix. But these popular depictions don’t tell the whole story; they just tell the story the public wants to hear. What they hide is a complicated dance between Orthodox Judaism and those who leave the community, and a web of stereotypes that trap Hassidim, rebels, and the public alike. In this limited four-part series, Professor Naomi Seidman takes us on a deeply moving journey with ...
 
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Heretics' Social Club

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Heretics' Social Club

Jason Leger & Shauncey Fury

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Co-hosted by Shauncey Fury and Jason Leger; Two self-reformed evangelicals with oddly similar backstories full of disdain for the church, and its teachings. Both born to young unwed mothers, both raised by Grandparents extremely active in church, both got sent off to emotionally manipulative Christian summer camps a la “Jesus Camp,” Both wound up embedded in the suburbanite subculture of Christian Hardcore & Punk music which lead to an interest in tattooing which is how they came together as ...
 
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Heretic Party

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Heretic Party

Christian Atley & Joe

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Heretic Party is a funny, awkward, and sometimes scary audio program hosted by two dorks who grew up into religious leadership, then grew out of religion. Put your childhood traumas to bed and join the post-religious as we listen to stories about the wacky shit we all went through. Together we can begin to expose the ways in which religion is twisted up inside our culture, politics, education, and media. Episodes are released every other Sunday
 
Heretic is about the social justice movement and the unwritten rules that underpin (and may undermine) it. Hosted by lifelong social justice advocate Sam Killermann, and featuring interviews with guest activists, authors, and artists who have been pushed to the fringes by the movement, or spent their lives fighting for social justice, Heretic is a light conversation about the darkness in society. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heretic/support
 
Two mind-bending, and time-bending, adventures written and performed by Paul Francis Matthews: TIMEWAR SPQR: The might of ancient Rome is pitted against the dark forces of Adolf Hitler's Third Reich. This is a stand alone 2hrs 20mins "movie for the ears". The Heretic's Forfeit: A tale of jealousy, murder and revenge spanning four centuries, featuring William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe. Each episode of this serial lasts approximately 25-30mins.
 
A space made of 5th-line Human Design stories, for 5th-line people. (5/1, 5/2, 3/5, 2/5) It is said that the hopes and dreams of the world lie on the shoulders of the 5th line. The line of the heretic. Heretics catalyze change by bringing unconscious shadows to the forefront. But such a feat comes at a cost; one that often leads to isolation and paranoia. How do we walk this line, without falling into the abyss of our own projections field.,, without setting ourselves up for the world to tak ...
 
Tired of all the contradictory advice about health and nutrition? Want to eat better without joining a cult? Join Certified Nutritionist Adrienne Hew and her guests for a humorous, palatable discussion about current health trends and nutrition tips that take the guess work out of what to eat to be healthy.
 
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!
 
The Author Gilbert Keith Chesterton was born in London, England on the 29th of May, 1874. Though he considered himself a mere “rollicking journalist,” he was actually a prolific and gifted writer in virtually every area of literature. A man of strong opinions and enormously talented at defending them, his exuberant personality nevertheless allowed him to maintain warm friendships with people–such as George Bernard Shaw and H. G. Wells–with whom he vehemently disagreed. Chesterton had no diff ...
 
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Heretics

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Heretics

G.K. Chesterton

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"Heretics," a series of essays by Gilbert Keith Chesterton. First published in 1905. Read by David "Grizzly" Smith. Chesterton had a sense of humor, had a sense of drama, and had sense. He was a man of strong opinions, and quite willing to argue vehemently for his own opinions, even with his friends -- and they remained his friends -- like George Bernard Shaw and Rudyard Kipling. Seems to me that's hard to find anymore. He wrote prolifically. He wrote humor. He wrote mystery novels, the Fath ...
 
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New Orleans is a city of history and myth, and often the two become intertwined. No where is this more apparent than in the legend of the most notorious female figure in the city's history... Marie Laveau, the "Voodoo Queen" of New Orleans. In her lifetime she was both haled as a spiritual leader and condemned as vial sinner (depending on who you a…
 
In the first episode of our new series, we'll examine the Bible and explain what it is, what it's not, and share our favorite - and least favorite - translations. Plus, an eye-opening conversation with Bible scholar and author Dr. Jennifer Bird, our Heretic of the Week. Today's episode is brought to you by Sola Mysterium, by our very own Keith Gile…
 
The first of many episodes where we shift our focus away from the words of the B-I-B-L-E, and onto those chosen few who find themselves considered Saints in the world of Catholicism (and other forms of holiness). We use our machetes of truth & humor to hack away at the overgrown vines of religion that have blanketed our society. Also, if you pay at…
 
We respond to a listener's story about how Trump, hell and bad biblical interpretations on women left her disillusioned with Christianity. What was your breaking point? Was were the first cracks you noticed in the walls of your experience of Christianity? We'd love to hear your story too! You can share it at almostheretical.com. → Join the next Zoo…
 
Episode Summary In the second installment of our conversation with Natalie Drew, we move deeper into her gender transition and how it impacted her marriage, career, and spiritual journey. If you haven’t checked out Part One, go back and listen now before moving forward into this episode! We answer several questions including, can you be Christian a…
 
So we find our heroes stomping around in the desert trying to find a way home, when Moses disappears into the hills tripping balls during a thunderstorm. So the kids get all bored, and decide to throw the first Burning Man Fest! They make a dope cow statue out of all their own jewelry, and get some music going. Then here comes the ol' Party-Pooper-…
 
This episode celebrates our 69th (giggity) episode with recurring guests Jud Jud (satirist) & Biscuit (agriculturalist, humorist). Topics of this episode include political correctness, Neil Degrasse Tyson, cryptids, dream analysis, Miss Universe 2023, cartography, shred & djent, snakes with legs, posthumanism and transhumanism, AI art generators, D…
 
Once again we gather to award some lucky person the coveted "Jivanjee" award and crown a new Heretic of the Year for 2022. Who will it be? Kevin Garcia? Yolanda Norton? Meg Heppner? Rommel Parks-Weekly? Or April Ajoy? Tune in to find out! And the winner is.... To support the Heretic Happy Hour podcast on Patreon, please go to www.patreon.com/hereti…
 
What kinds of texts were rejected from the New Testament canon? Are extra-canonical texts as dangerous and bad as we used to think? How does history and archaeology affect how we read the Bible today? We wrap up the Canon series diving into these questions and more as we seek to discover better ways to approach biblical and non-biblical texts and u…
 
CW: We discuss trauma, addiction, suicidal ideation, abuse, and other topics that may be triggering. Please listen at your own discretion. A lot of times on our show, we discuss theological matters that mostly reside in your head, but this episode is altogether very different. This conversation is personal, it’s raw, it’s painful, it’s the deeply t…
 
Season 2 opens to find that Moses & them didn't really want to get them ol' Philistines all riled up, so they took a shortcut directly through the Red Sea. Of course Pharaoh's dumbass followed them right in, and let me just say that it's really too bad that Pharaoh brought Herb & the boys instead of 600 of his best amphibious hovercrafts. Not even …
 
For the penultimate episode of the show, Spencer Klavan is joined by friend and Dante expert Catherine Illingworth to approach the Commedia's beatific vision. Tying together threads from the whole series, and the whole podcast, Spencer and Catherine discuss the roles of flesh and spirit in love as the pilgrim makes his final approach to God in para…
 
Can you imagine the world without the influence of Christianity? Or your own life without Jesus? Let's try to imagine what that alternate reality might look like, plus our Heretic of the Week is the amazing Dan Henderson, author of the newly released book Confessions of a Recovering Evangelical [Quoir Publishing]. To support the Heretic Happy Hour …
 
A sneak peak at my latest Patreon Exclusive episode! At its height, the Roman Empire stretched across the regions of what today make up most of western Europe, portions of eastern Europe and west Asia, down into the Middle East and across northern Africa. And at the farthest western reach of that great Empire was the island of Britannia. But in the…
 
This episode welcomes back agriculturalist & humorist, Biscuit, to discuss the events, ideas, and controversies of #2022. Topics of this episode include #russia and #ukraine, #trumpdocuments, #willSmithSlap, #deppHeardTrial, #celebrityWokeness, #monkeypox, #roeVwade, #andrewTate, #theWitcher, #QueenElizabeth, #nordstream, #ye and #culturevultures, …
 
As a special holiday treat we are taking a look back at my first two episodes Elizabeth Tudor Part 1 & 2 (Royal Bastard). Examining the tumultuous background and early years of her life before she became the powerful figure we remember her as today. Way back in 2018 I started this podcast with little idea what I was doing; a lot of heart without mu…
 
In this middle portion of his series on Dante, Spencer Klavan outlines the lay of the divine "land" in Dante's Commedia. Traveling from the lust of the damned up to the longings of the saved, Dante the pilgrim meets Beatrice the redeemed soul, seeking a way to purify and channel his fleshly desires. -- Rocket Money is the new app that helps you ide…
 
CW: Adult Language. Christians were never meant to be normal, we've always been "holy troublemakers" who do not accept the world as it is but who insist on the world becoming the way God wants it to be. In the words of our friends at The Center for Prophetic Imagination, “A world where all walls of alienation are torn down as we live justly with on…
 
Well folks, it's been a helluva year. We've been yammering away on this bad boy for 16 episodes now, and we couldn't have done it without you. Well, we could have, and we did, but we probably wouldn't have kept doing it at least some of you hadn't listened, so thank you for that. This here will be our last episode of the year, but we'll be back nex…
 
The crucial moment in so many stories about leaving the Orthodox community is the decision itself, which is frequently portrayed as a painful and heroic act, one that requires tremendous willpower. But leaving rarely works this way; instead, it is a messy and gradual process, one that can leave scars on both the leaver and their community. This epi…
 
In this final series of Young Heretics, Spencer Klavan charts a map of Dante's career and the structure of his greatest work, the Commedia. Walking through the politics, metaphysics, and artistic background of the poem, Spencer approaches the beginning of Dante's journey to discover the true nature of love. -- Public Goods is the one stop shop for …
 
Try to imagine your life without Christmas. No tree. No presents. No eggnog. No red-nosed reindeer. How different would your life be? Plus, our HOTW is YouTuber Justin Tang. To support the Heretic Happy Hour podcast on Patreon, please go to www.patreon.com/heretichappyhour. As this is a crowd-funded podcast, we cannot continue without your help. So…
 
Episode Summary Barbara Brown Taylor is who you want to be when you grow up. Her life is a legacy of wisdom and wonder, walking the long road toward becoming fully human. In this intimate conversation that is more memoir than interview, she looks back on a long pilgrimage of faith while sharing some of the secrets she’s found along the way. As she …
 
When the Devil visits Ivan in the Brothers Karamazov, he looks at first like a rather unimpressive gentleman. But lurking under his seemingly distracted conversation is a sinister depiction of the world broken down into infinite matter, formless and void. What answer can we possibly give to this satanic vision? Spencer Klavan explores Dostoevsky's …
 
The secular world has a narrative about what it means to leave Orthodox Judaism. The Orthodox world has a narrative, too, one that treats those who leave as pitiful people who were dealt a bad hand in life. This story is so deeply ingrained that even those who leave take it with them, whether they want to or not. What does it mean to shed that self…
 
If there's one thing I can't stand, it's when you go try to do the thing God has told you to do, but when you get there, God has secretly replaced the compassionate heart of Pharaoh with a second, hardened heart thus making the task given to you impossible. Sometimes that there God fella works in ways that are so mysterious that even he has no idea…
 
How did the early church determine which texts would go into the canon and which would not? Are all texts outside the New Testament heretical or dangerous? Does the truth of the canon formation process change how we think about the Bible we have? Nate & Shelby look at how we got the books we have in our bibles and debunk some myths about the proces…
 
"Everyone is guilty for everything before everyone”: This week, through the mystery of Father Zosima's life and sermons, Spencer Klavan unfolds Dostoevsky's answer to Ivan, to Nietzsche, and to modern skepticism and scientism. The words of Zosima are at the heart of this sprawling novel, and their wisdom is, if anything, more relevant now than when…
 
Our “What if?” series continues as we explore how different Christianity may have been if the “Christ” had been a woman and how this new “Christa” movement might have impacted the Patriarchy, Church leadership, and more. Plus, hypnotherapist, life coach and host of The Art of Being H(YOU)man podcast, Meg Heppner, is our Heretic of the Week. To supp…
 
Anne of Cleves was not born to be a queen... but by chance or fate she found herself married at the age of 24 to Henry VIII of England, arguably the most infamous ruler of his day. Anne's arrival in England should have been the start of a real-life fairy tale, instead it was the beginning of a nightmare. Separated from her family in a strange new l…
 
Ivan, the most brilliant and also the most tormented of the brothers in Dotoevsky's "Brothers Karamazov," saw something that few others could see: if there is no immortal soul and no God, then everything is permitted. It's something that Nietzsche realized as well, and it drove him mad. How did Dotoevsky avoid the same fate—and how can we? Spencer …
 
One of the great ironies of the Christian religion is that the person Christians worship isn’t a Christian. Jesus was born, raised, and died a Jew. He might even find it odd that an entire new religion grew up out of his short life and painful death. He is without question, the most popular person to have ever walked the earth. But what do we reall…
 
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