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Piloted by its Oxford-educated host Spencer Klavan, “Young Heretics” explores the concepts of truth, beauty, and everything that makes Western culture great in the face of an increasingly hostile academia, media, and culture through which liberals guard the great works of the West behind lock and key to “protect” the next generation from the supposed racism, sexism, and homophobia of those that came before. "Young Heretics," in direct contrast to this, provides an open forum for exploring, u ...
 
Heretic Happy Hour is an unapologetically irreverent, crass, and sometimes profound conversation about the Christian faith. Hosts Keith Giles, Katy Valentine, Derrick Day, and Matthew Distefano pull no punches and leave no stones unturned. For some serious sacred cow-tipping, there’s nothing better than spending an hour of your time with us.
 
Holy Heretics seeks to foster honest conversations about the state of religion in the 21st century. We interview experts, spiritual seekers, scholars, and activists in our quest to examine just exactly how modern-day Christianity lost the Way of Jesus while also discovering how it can be regained through subversive thought and action.
 
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New Southern Heretics

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New Southern Heretics

New Southern Heretics

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New Southern Heretics is a conversational podcast about culture, individualism, and intellectualism in the American south. The myriad of topics covered by the series include cultural taboos, history, politics, science, pop culture, religion, philosophy, controversy, conspiracies, art, comedy, and the American way of life.
 
Heretic is about the social justice movement and the unwritten rules that underpin (and may undermine) it. Hosted by lifelong social justice advocate Sam Killermann, and featuring interviews with guest activists, authors, and artists who have been pushed to the fringes by the movement, or spent their lives fighting for social justice, Heretic is a light conversation about the darkness in society. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heretic/support
 
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The How-To Heretic

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The How-To Heretic

Mark, Dan, and Doug

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Your user's guide to life on the outside. Leaving religion is the first step into a larger, better world. But it can also be a scary world. Things work differently now. Never fear: that's why we’re here! We're your audio uncles, and with help from good friends and experts in all sorts of fields, we're going to share the stories and seek the knowledge we all need for building a great life! After all, you only get one (that we know of), so you'd better make the most of it!
 
Two mind-bending, and time-bending, adventures written and performed by Paul Francis Matthews: TIMEWAR SPQR: The might of ancient Rome is pitted against the dark forces of Adolf Hitler's Third Reich. This is a stand alone 2hrs 20mins "movie for the ears". The Heretic's Forfeit: A tale of jealousy, murder and revenge spanning four centuries, featuring William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe. Each episode of this serial lasts approximately 25-30mins.
 
Tired of all the contradictory advice about health and nutrition? Want to eat better without joining a cult? Join Certified Nutritionist Adrienne Hew and her guests for a humorous, palatable discussion about current health trends and nutrition tips that take the guess work out of what to eat to be healthy.
 
The Author Gilbert Keith Chesterton was born in London, England on the 29th of May, 1874. Though he considered himself a mere “rollicking journalist,” he was actually a prolific and gifted writer in virtually every area of literature. A man of strong opinions and enormously talented at defending them, his exuberant personality nevertheless allowed him to maintain warm friendships with people–such as George Bernard Shaw and H. G. Wells–with whom he vehemently disagreed. Chesterton had no diff ...
 
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Heretics

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Heretics

G.K. Chesterton

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"Heretics," a series of essays by Gilbert Keith Chesterton. First published in 1905. Read by David "Grizzly" Smith. Chesterton had a sense of humor, had a sense of drama, and had sense. He was a man of strong opinions, and quite willing to argue vehemently for his own opinions, even with his friends -- and they remained his friends -- like George Bernard Shaw and Rudyard Kipling. Seems to me that's hard to find anymore. He wrote prolifically. He wrote humor. He wrote mystery novels, the Fath ...
 
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The fight for life is a crucial issue that touches on the deepest principles of the West. Without the right to life, there are no other rights. In a Young Heretics special, Students for Life President Kristan Hawkins joins Spencer Klavan to discuss her bold new campaign to restore and preserve the most fundamental right for the most vulnerable memb…
 
Throughout this country’s history, the hallmarks of American democracy – opportunity, freedom, and prosperity – have been largely reserved for white people through the intentional exclusion and oppression of people of color. America’s original sin is white supremacy, born and bred into the first laws of our land and fully endorsed by the church. Am…
 
Experts hate to be laughed at, especially when they have something to hide. Aristophanes, the genius of Old Attic Comedy, shows us how it's done in Clouds, his goofy satire of an education system in decline. In this episode of Young Heretics, Spencer Klavan explores the question, was Socrates part of the problem—or part of the solution? -- Indeed i…
 
Why do we call God "He"? What if Paul was wrong about women having authority over men? What do we lose by treating God like a single father? In the Woman series, we reframe the foundations of how we see God and the Bible and discuss how the Bible how shaped our perspective of women. We must change the way we think in order to shape the way forward.…
 
It's the year of our Lord 2022 and Spencer Klavan is here to spoil your fun. Not really, but since the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become such an enormous cultural touchstone, it makes sense to ask: where do its ideas come from? In this episode of Young Heretics, Spencer Klavan takes a deep dive into the multiverse, an ancient concept that is now…
 
As the new year rolls in, most of us think about how to be better—but what does that even mean? Luckily, our journey through Plato's Republic has taken us to the perfect book for thinking about excellence of all kinds. In this episode of Young Heretics, Spencer Klavan discusses the cardinal virtues and how to cultivate them. NEW YEARS SALES ARE HER…
 
“Few people can teach you the Enneagram with the genuine insight, humor, and potential for real growth and change better than Suzanne Stabile, writes Father Richard Rohr. And after this incredible episode, we agree! Stabile is one of the world’s most sought-after gurus when it comes to all things Enneagram. Today, she joins us to discuss what it me…
 
The final installment in the Space Trilogy, "That Hideous Strength," is a perfect allegory for our Fauci-worshiping times. In this episode of “Young Heretics,” Spencer Klavan describes the logic which Lewis reveals in his myth of megalomania and satanism—a logic which is still at work today. NEW YEARS SALES ARE HERE: Become a Young Heretics VIP at …
 
This episode revolves around the freeform conversation of Tedd Schuebert (musician, conspiracy enthusiast) and Colter. Topics of this episode include a year-in-review of 2021, #newyearResolutions, #ghislaine, #epstein, #january6th, #vaccinetechnology and #mandates, #eugenics, #transhumanism, #mkUltra, and #concaveEarth.…
 
There are some episodes that defy description, that cover so much ground that it is difficult to describe. This conversation with theologian, poet, activist, and historian Randy Woodley is one such episode. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again for those in the back: evangelicalism is a dominator religion. It seeks to dominate the earth, wome…
 
In the second book of the Ransom trilogy, C.S. Lewis imagines what it would have been like if Eve got a second chance in the Garden of Eden. In this episode of Young Heretics, Spencer Klavan reads from this rip-roaring tale of demonic possession and space travel to tell a Christmas story about the cosmic power of one human choice to change the worl…
 
Sometimes to see earth clearly, you have to look down on it from mars. C.S. Lewis's space trilogy is a classic of sci-fi literature but it's also, weirdly, the perfect thing to read at Christmas. In "Out of the Silent Planet," Lewis takes his place alongside Dante and Milton with a Christian vision of the worlds beyond our world. CHRISTMAS SALES: B…
 
It's been said Christianity is heavy on teaching and light on praxis. You could argue the last two thousands years of Church history has been one long, and often violent, conversation about right beliefs but not right action. Thus, you can believe all the (supposedly) right things about God, the virgin birth, the resurrection, and the Bible and sti…
 
We say "never forget"...but do we really mean it? We deceive ourselves if we think that murderous tyrants like Stalin are uniquely evil in some way that we ourselves could never be. Reading through Volume 1 of the Gulag Archipelago, Spencer Klavan shows how ordinary people can consent to terrible things. CHRISTMAS SALES: Become a Young Heretics VIP…
 
In this episode of Young Heretics, Spencer Klavan begins a journey through Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's masterwork, "The Gulag Archipelago," which exposed the horrors of Lenin's and Stalin's Russia to the West. Describing how Russia's Empire was overthrown and replaced with a socialist state, Spencer explains the nightmare philosophy behind it all and …
 
Was Jesus spontaneously generated by Holy Sperm? Did Mary have a magical hoo-ha? Or is this all a big misunderstanding? Let's ruin Christmas as we welcome Yvette Cantu Schneider, from the Netflix documentary Pray Away, as our Heretic of the Week!Quoir
 
You've heard about the "first Thanksgiving," but have you heard about the miraculous sea crossing that made it possible in the first place? In this Young Heretics Thanksgiving special, Spencer Klavan talks about the journey of faith that gave birth to the American spirit. -- The Magnus Fellowship is the college to end colleges and serves as a tuiti…
 
Deconstruction has become a dirty word in evangelical circles. Some people think all we want to do is burn Christianity to the ground. Others worry that the deconstruction community isn’t doing enough to shed itself from fundamentalism. We will just be honest, most days we’d rather just let evangelicalism go up in flames, purging the entire super-s…
 
This episode revolves around the free-form conversation of Biscuit (agriculturalist, humorist), JudJud (satirist), That Guy Phil (human being), and Colter. Topics of this episode include #livemusic, #rittenhouse, #ahmaudarbery, #justice, #selfdefense vs #murder, #deepfake, and #airbud,New Southern Heretics
 
Are video games art? What about a urinal? And how about splotches of paint on a wall? We all have instinctive answers to these questions, but it can be hard to articulate the logic behind them. In this episode of Young Heretics, Spencer Klavan discusses one of the West's oldest and most sophisticated books on the topic and how it can help us solve …
 
Continuing our "Pillars of the Faith" series, the Heretics take a second stab at the atonement, sacrifice, our obsession with Jesus's death, and more. Plus, Craig Hostetler, host of The Black Sheep Experience, is our Heretic of the Week!Quoir
 
This episode revolves around the free-form conversation between Malory (humanitarian, mother) and Colter. Topics of this episode include #abortion, #autonomy, #lockdowns, #dmt, #tyranny, #modernity, #freedom, and #womensrightsNew Southern Heretics
 
If you want a perfect state, you have to seize the means of artistic production. That's something that both the Right and the Left now instinctively understand... which is why we're fighting so hard over things like Netflix. Plato saw to the heart of the matter in the third book of his Republic, which is why that book has caused, shall we say, quit…
 
This episode revolves around the free-form conversation of Gavin Livermore, Kole Madison, and Joe Martin of the pop rock band, Hand Signs (@handsignsga), and Colter. Topics of this episode include #travisScott, #astroworldTragedy, #steveHarwell, #smashMouth, #frequency and #energy, #ggAllin, #bandEttiquette, and details on Hand Signs' forthcoming a…
 
Leaving evangelicalism feels a lot like recovering from an addiction. “For a species wired for survival, we have an odd habit of getting hooked on things that can kill us,” writes science journalist and professor Michael D. Lemonick. Much like an addictive substance, evangelicalism felt good until it didn’t. Most of us began deconstructing evangeli…
 
The new addiction we'll face, is that of sexy NPC's, NFT armour that makes you harder than your dad banging your mom when they loved each other, and the gaming currencies of the future: Cryptocurrency.modernhereticspodcast
 
Everyone's talking about mob rule these days—but why is it happening now? In this episode of Young Heretics, Spencer Klavan explains insights into mob rule from the French anthropologist, philosopher, and literary critic René Girard. Using Girard's brilliant exposition of the Gospels, Spencer explains everything that's going on in our politics... a…
 
We interrupt our Pillars of the Faith series to bring you a special episode. While Keith and Matt are gone researching Keith's next book, Jesus Unclothed, Katy and Derrick discuss women, race, and other taboo church topics.Quoir
 
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