Zachrilege Cast is an interview series with atheists and other awesome people.
Zachrilege Cast #262 -- Kory Diggs-Moore
After another long absence, Kory returns to the show. We talk about our ReasonCon meet cute, the ups and downs of the atheist community and her relationship with Chris Mailey. Then we talk about Florida, covid, coming to a new place and finding new love/community. I absolutely butcher some Star Trek references. Of course we talk a bit about 9/11.
Hasan Piker talks about 9/11
Zachrilege Cast #261 -- David Fitzgerald
We mainly discussed the post apocalyptic and damn enjoyable trilogy of the Time Shards series. Note that there are some series spoilers starting in the 30 minute or so range of our talk.
Recovering from religion talk on the evolution of world religions
I Don’t Speak German episode 92
Zachrilege Cast #260 -- Helping Haiti with Reggie Beloved
It’s another reunion as Reggie and I talk about Haiti, Afghanistan, being an essential worker during covid and Dolphins football. We wanted to highlight Reggie’s fundraiser to help Haiti after the recent earthquake.
Fear and Maulding
Zachrilege Cast #259 -- Culture Wars on ADHD
It's me and Chris just shooting the shit for 45ish minutes. You know the drill.
Zachrilege Cast #258 -- Candace Gorham
Note that this is the audio from episode 136 of the Postmodern Polymath podcast. Candace Gorham is a licensed medical health counselor and the author of The Ebony Exodus Project and On Death, Dying, and Disbelief. We talked about her own grief leading to writing the book and how nonbelievers can deal with grieving.
Postmodern Polymath on youtube
All Hasan Piker, all the time
Zachrilege Cast #257 -- Space Dicks for All
I don’t have a ton to add here. I’m just rambling for 45 minutes this week. Here are some of my favorite shows at the moment:
Worst Year(s) ever talk about Tucker Carlson:
Look at me, new co-host of the Postmodern Polymaths podcast:
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