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EPISODE 141: My Dad, The Stepdad, The Streets, and TV: Jeff Leonard

EPISODE 141: My Dad, The Stepdad, The Streets, and TV: Jeff Leonard

The story of what shaped Jeff Leonard. Divorced Parents, a single dad, the contemptible stepfather, the streets, and bootlegged television. Here is one of those episodes that are entertaining, informative, and transformative all the way to the end.

EPISODE 140: The Angriest, Most Hateful (Inclusive) Dude I’ve Ever Met: Jeff Leonard

EPISODE 140: The Angriest, Most Hateful (Inclusive) Dude I’ve Ever Met: Jeff Leonard

Three Months after I left the church I met Jeff Leonard. That encounter has led to a long-term friendship, family relationships, and a lot of anger and hate. Meet Jeff Leonard, the angriest, most hateful (inclusive) dude I have ever met.

EPISODE 087: Revolution Vs. Rebellion. Questioning Our Sexuality? Comedy! Growing Empathy: Daniel O’Connell

EPISODE 087: Revolution Vs. Rebellion. Questioning Our Sexuality? Comedy! Growing Empathy: Daniel O’Connell

This is a roller coaster of comedic conversation through topics of Revolution?  Rebellion?  Questioning Sexuality?  Are We Gay?  Maybe I’m Gay?  Butt Stuff?  Cocaine rules?  Engaging oppression?  Growing in empathy?  And Daniel's rules for cocaine?
 

EPISODE 071: Great Minds Discuss Ideas: Author Abolitionist Zach Hunter

EPISODE 071: Great Minds Discuss Ideas: Author Abolitionist Zach Hunter

This is a deep and challenging episode.  We ravage through the topics of the dualism argument, the gender fluidity of God, humanism, eastern versus western world views, outer space, Elon Musk, social justice, and why the church has sucked at it.  That's just in the first half!

You will enjoy Zach Hunter, his thoughts, ideas, LGBTQ inclusivity, and his challenging of modern day Christianity.

EPISODE 069: You See Me As a Rapper, a Character, But I’m a Person: Arthur Williams “KingDro”

EPISODE 069: You See Me As a Rapper, a Character, But I’m a Person: Arthur Williams “KingDro”

"They don’t wanna know me, they know that character.  They want to know that character." - Arthur Williams

This is Arthur Williams.  He’s a rapper, an artist, a character, even a comedian, but behind it all; he’s a person.  Too often we look to those who entertain us, represent us, or lead us as some kind of demagogues, but they're people.  We’re a finicky species.  If someone doesn’t please us to our liking, we move on.

However, there are real people behind the characters we see.  They deserve a shot!  They deserve to be heard.  The deserve to be human, to mess up, to grow, and to live their life without our input...