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#387 – Baptist Police Officer vs. David Smalley

Rick is a former police officer and marine who says the Bible doesn't have a single error or contradiction, that atheism is a religion of faith, evolution is a lie, and homosexuals will burn in Hell along side those who reject God. Clear your throat now for lots of yelling in your car. - Commercial free episodes are available at Patreon.com/davidcsmalley.

#386 – Church Abuse Survivor

If the abuse isn't enough, the way the church leadership handled it will disturb you. From end times prophecy, to the sexual abuse she faced in the church, proud Dogma Debate Patron, Emily Bludworth, flew to Los Angeles to tell the in-person story of her journey out of the faith and into Humanism.

#383 – Black Hebrew Israelite

Aphiah Cey-Jude joins David Smalley to discuss his special lineage as one of God's Chosen People, as a descendent of Hebrew Israelites. David explores his views on biblical slavery, and why he thinks we should still follow the Old Testament while worshipping Jesus Christ.

#381 – Unidentified Baptist: John Doe

Known only as "John Doe" on Twitter, this guest says men should lead all households even if the woman is the more qualified leader, and that David misunderstands biblical slavery. We also surprise another 'spiritual' guest with his favorite YouTuber, Jaclyn Glenn in studio! This is our chance to discuss Atheism 101: the basics of what it means to be an atheist.