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#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.

#379 – Flat Earther: Travis Finley

This one goes much better! A do-over with a respectful flat earther who makes his case and listens to evidence. A surprise Patreon supporter got an invite to join us in studio. Will you be next? Get full commercial free episodes and extra content at: patreon.com/davidcsmalley

#378 – Offensive Crayons and Sexy Games

Alice Vaughn and Isak Allen join David and Michael in studio to talk about free speech, social media platforms banning content creators, and they play some sexy games you don't want to miss. Video from inside the studio and full shows without commercials is available at Patreon.com/davidcsmalley.

#377 – Christ Follower: Kathy Taylor

Kathy returns to talk about the feedback she's received from Christians after being on the show the first time, and dives into new territory with David on what it means to be Humanist. Comedian KT Tatara joins in on the discussion with Michael Cain, and news for the 4th Listener. And then: Is censorship a conservative principle? Iraqi born atheist Faisal Saeed Al Mutar and comedian Ian Harris, debate the meanings of Conservative, Left, Liberal, and Right, all from a secular perspective.