Jerry and Bobby discuss how atheist are more and more acting like their religious counterparts.
Jerry and Bobby talk with Linda Lascola. Linda is the co-author of “Caught in the Pulpit” along with Daniel Dennett. She is also the co-founder of the Clergy Project and has been good friends with Jerry DeWitt for years.
Tonight BobbyC and Jerry D discuss the new play titled “Caught in the Pulpit” taken from the same titled book.
Caught in the Pulpit – The Play
On this episode Bobby C and Jerry D discuss the benefits and negative connotations of Secular Life Coaching. Jerry gives excellent advise to a listener who is facing divorce after 13 years of marriage.
JT Eberhard of WWJTD on Patheos Blogs joins Jerry D and Bobby C for the very first HAF Drinking Game. How much does Jerry and JT drink? You must listen to find out. Enjoy!
Matt Dillahunty of the Atheist Experience television show and webcast joins Bobby and Jerry.
On this episode Ms. Ashley from No Religion Required joins Bobby C in Jerry’s absence. Ashley discusses how she is dealing with the death of her mother.
On this episode, Jerry and Bobby attempt to answer the question “Why do we care about what others think of us?”
On this episode Jerry and Bobby discuss the importance of having positive coping mechanisms and answers the question “What’s wrong with coping?”
We all deal with some type of criticism in our everyday lives. It’s not “if” it comes in our life but “when”. Bobby and guest host, Rev. Alex Moreschi, discuss how to handle criticism in a positive and productive way.
Bobby and Jerry had a listener reach out to them asking them to do an episode on “nones”. They answer the question What is a none?
In this listener requested episode, Jerry and Bobby discuss the differences between a cult and religion. Jerry also explains why he loves cults.
BobbyC is in a rare mood as he and Jerry try and tie up some loose ends about going to church with believer significant others.
This weeks topic can be one of the most difficult situations for a non-believer to be in…living with a believer. Several listeners wrote and called in with personal stories.