A weekly look at religion and the stupidity that breeds it. Hosts Noah Lugeons, Heath Enwright, and Eli Bosnick delve into theistic attempts to intrude on the secular world in an unflinching expose on just how juvenile the whole god thing is.
Dos and Don'ts Edition
In this week’s episode, we try to stuff a show with prerecorded stuff and come up a bit short, making us one of the few instances where there were too few Thanksgiving leftovers.
The Heart of War Edition
On this week’s episode: An Arizona judge leaves child abuse to the professionals ... A Florida health clinic leaves medicine to the UN-professionals ... And Tom and Cecil will be here for the parts we recorded before Noah was cleared to return to work.
Heckles for Shekels Edition
On this week’s episode: The Center for Religion, Culture, and Democracy is only in favor of one of those things ... The Speaker of the House worries that a gavel counts as handling wood ... And Tom and Cecil will help us kick off "Vulgarity for Charity" with a zing.
Commedia dell'Hearte Edition
On this week’s episode: We’ll worry about our Johnson ... We learn about America's anti-Christian purge of 1963 ... And what happened in Vegas will stay on our podcast.
In this week’s episode, Ben Shapiro tries his ctiny little hands at kids TV, we learn about the peer-reviewed climate science in the Book of Genesis, and Eli will tag Marsh into the ring halfway through the episode.
Sinking Our Heath Into It Edition
In this week’s episode, some British bigots will tell us who’s actually to blame for the conflict in the Middle East, we learn some more science from the dolphin f*****g shaman of the NFL, and we’ll quantify American ignorance some more.
Vulgarity for charity!!!!!
Wooooo! Glad Noah is doing well. I hope he fully recovers soon. Hope good times head your way!
Speedy recovery to Noah
Goddammit, Eli. You made me cry while trying to apply makeup. Fantastic tribute to Noah, and a poignant reminder to tell the important people on our lives what makes them so important to us.
Amazing Podcasts Online
I can't even remember when I started listening. I remember when Eli was a guest. I have two books signed by Noah (not his real name or profession). Like Cognitive Dissonance, they have grown so much. They offer humility, comedy, and honesty in one package. I don't know which host embodies which attribute. Oxford comma is the appropriate option. When love for LGBTQ+ seems thin on the ground, everything counts in large amounts. And Heath is very tall. Even taller than me. But I have larger hands. Somebody out here loves Depeche Mode.