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An ex-Christian (Lauren O’Neal) and a nonbelieving sort-of Jew (Niko Bakulich) read the entire Bible, cover to cover, so you don’t have to. If you’ve ever been curious about what’s actually in the bestselling book in history but never found the time to read it, we’ve got you covered. Sunday School Dropouts is kind of like Mystery Science Theater 3000 for the Bible, or like listening to a recap of your favorite show, if your favorite show was about polygamous shepherds on very strict diets. The weird, the wacky, the wonderful—we’ll clue you in on everything they didn’t teach you in Sunday school.

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    • 4.7, 393 Ratings

An ex-Christian (Lauren O’Neal) and a nonbelieving sort-of Jew (Niko Bakulich) read the entire Bible, cover to cover, so you don’t have to. If you’ve ever been curious about what’s actually in the bestselling book in history but never found the time to read it, we’ve got you covered. Sunday School Dropouts is kind of like Mystery Science Theater 3000 for the Bible, or like listening to a recap of your favorite show, if your favorite show was about polygamous shepherds on very strict diets. The weird, the wacky, the wonderful—we’ll clue you in on everything they didn’t teach you in Sunday school.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
393 Ratings

393 Ratings

HaloZero ,

Fun to listen

If you're looking for a discourse on the Bible and a full understanding of it it's not very good but nobody is selling that.

I give them 13/13 angry writers who need to stop adding misogynstic content to the bible.

Hard to Inspire ,

Not a reliable source of info

What you would expect from an ex Sunday School teacher... uneducated, biased, out of context, and riddled with ethnocentric opinion. I wish I liked it more, but it’s just kind of ridiculous to listen to.

SweetOrbMace ,

Just what I needed to know

Filling all the holes in my sketchy bible knowledge.
Rating 9 out of 9 cursed cat lives

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