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A little about the show

Bryce & Shannon team up to take on headlines in and out of Mormonism to see what slipped through the cracks. We start with a quote that could be inspirational, sarcastic, or even funny, depending on the topic, then we move on to the main segment, where we usually do a deep dive into the topic to see what slipped through the cracks. Occasionally we have an interview where we can talk to interesting people. Then we move into Media of Great Price and either deep dive into different Mormon books or talk about some interesting or pertinent media. And we finish up with a positive news headline to show you that the world isn’t always on fire. Sit down and have a listen! We have a lot of fun.

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Objective

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormonism) exerts a stranglehold on the lives of millions of people worldwide. This isn’t your average talking heads current events podcast, nor is it an Ex-Mormon podcast. Instead, we contextualize subject matter to view modern issues in proper historical context, often from the Mormon angle. Drawing on decades of personal experience and research, Shannon and Bryce will help you process church history, dogma, and (cult)ure, gain perspective on a litany of modern issues, and appreciate a critical viewpoint in all its beauty. We hope this journey will help you gain control over your own life. Skepticize everything, folks!

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