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He’s a father with a tragic story. Now, he’s a friend, guest, and Patron of Dogma Debate. Chris shares a heartbreaking story that may disturb you. How has that affected his faith?
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David weighs in on the Always brand removing the Venus symbol, and Louie discusses his personal experiences that give him his faith. Commercial free version at Patreon.com/davidcsmalley.
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David sits down with Richard at his hotel in Los Angeles to discuss his new book, Outgrowing God. They engage on topics like dealing with death as an atheist, how we view spirituality and biology, and they both weigh in on questions from listeners who are atheists and Christians. Richard even takes a few questions from recent Dogma Debate guests! Please visit centerforinquiry.org to get involved with their special projects you’ll hear about on this episode!
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Some just pray for success. Others make it happen. This episode captures the inspiring success story of Bruce Buffer; a spiritual, yet secular celebrity, who respects religion and people who believe, while making the most of his time on earth.
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In one of the most controversial episodes yet, Nick McClellan, who leads Sunday School in a small town in Georgia, gives reasons why humans deserve school shootings, rape, and cancer. His explanations may upset you, and his descriptions of how he’s had a direct encounter with Jesus may shock you. The extended version is available with no commercial interruption at patreon.com/davidcsmalley.
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AD-FREE SHOW ON PATREON! Her atheist brother is a Patreon 4th Listener, and she is a Christian listener who debates with her brother quite often. They both join David for a discussion on women in the Bible, the sins of gay sex, and why evil happens in the world. In the extended portion, she talks directly with her brother: patreon.com/davidcsmalley.
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Bible Contradictions: Adam & Eve, the fallen world, the morality of God, and so much more is covered in this one. The full Patreon version is 4.5 hours! Jon Geary is a Pentecostal Youth Pastor, and is here to defend his faith.
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He’s a Christian Minister and friends with our Immortal Christian friend from #418. Robbert Bleacher asks David to defend more hardline atheist positions held by Hitchens and Dawkins, and offers some insight into the previous guest, as he was roommates with William G. Peter in Israel. He also defends his faith, the Bible, Free Will, Creationism, and much more.
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Jon Geary is a Pentecostal Youth Pastor who posted a video online answering the common question: Can God make a rock so big he can’t lift it? This launched David and Jon into a nearly 4 hour conversation! The first 3 hours and 10 mins are right here for free! The bonus portion of the show is available at Patreon.com/davidcsmalley. The free portion is brought to you by: SimpleHabit.com/DAVID and Brooklinen.com – promo code: DAVID and BetOnline.AG – promo code: PODCASTONE.
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The Professor is a Global Hooper, an international YouTube sensation for his basketball skills; and often credits his faith for his current position in life. He’s in David’s living room to discuss his road to success, and the reasons for faith that he has. Isak Allen starts us off with some comedy & sports talk, and we reveal a way for you to make $100. Maybe.
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