Do beliefs impact our biology? What about a rejection of those beliefs? Glenn sits down with Chelsea to talk about belief, culture, social media, the Mormon “cult” (her word, not mine), and both the social and biological costs of walking away from your “tribe.”
It’s been three years. And this episode just dropped off iTunes. So it’s time to put it back where it belongs. And you also get a bonus smackdown of Jeremy Goff. More like that on Patreon. Please join here to support Infants on Thrones on Patreon.
Glenn and Tom sit down with licensed Psychologist Colton Miller to discuss the psychological impact of Mormonism. Access the new listener feedback survey here.
It’s time, once again, for an Infant General Conference parody episode.
What is it like to actually do Street Epistemology? Glenn is joined by Randy, Delany, and Jimmy to talk to Street Epistemologists Reid Nicewonder and Anthony Magnabosco. Their YouTube videos can be found below: Anthony Magnabosco’s YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/magnabosco210 Cordial Curiosity (Reid Nicewonder’s YouTube Channel): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiWKxPMKUBFjN3Ny_VxpkYw
Tom and Matt are joined by Jake and Glenn to reflect on our recent Sam Young interview and the polarizing impact it had on all of us.
What happens when a Street Epistemologist sits down to atheist-convert two Mormon Missionaries who have sat down to Mormon-convert him? It’s a wild wacky panel discussion full of laughs and groans and cognitive distortions of all shapes and sizes. Enjoy.
Glenn and Tom sit down (once again…) with Melissa Leilani Larson to discuss the movie Jane and Emma, showing in select theaters in Utah Oct 12-14, 2018. Go see it if you can! Lindsay Hanson Park also provides a review of the film, and Glenn includes two bonus easter eggs: 1) an interview with Mel […]
What is the difference between Mormon culture and “the gospel?” You don’t have to be anti-mormon-crusader-extraordinaire Jeremy Goff or privately censured General Authority Ronald E. Poelman to see there is a distinction between the culture and the gospel. Unless of course you remove the biasing blinders from your eyes and finally see that there really […]