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Ex-Christian Monologues

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ExChristian.Net -- encouraging ex-Christians

Latest Episodes

Everyone's Agnostic podcast Episode 35

Dr. MarleneWinell, counsels post-religious people, healing what she calls Religious TraumaSyndrome.

--2015 MAR 10
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Everyone's Agnostic podcast Episode 35

Former Pastor John Loftus debates Christian Apologist Dinesh D'Souza

--2010 FEB 22
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Former Pastor John Loftus debates Christian Apologist Dinesh D'Souza

Losing Your Religion

A radio interview with William Lobdell, author of “Losing My Religion: How I Lost My Faith Reporting on Religion in America-and Found Unexpected Peace”

--2010 FEB 5
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Losing Your Religion

The Search for Meaning

Dr. Marlene Winell, psychologist, educator, and writer in the San Francisco Bay Area as well as author of "Leaving the Fold: A Guide for Former Fundamentalists and Others Leaving Their Religion," talks about her loss of Christian faith during an interview on the Australian radio program, "The Search for Meaning with Caroline Jones" Caroline Jones (born Caroline Mary Newman, in 1938) is a distinguished Australian television journalist and social commentator. "The Search for Meaning." CLICK HERE to comment.

--2010 FEB 4
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The Search for Meaning

Not Ready to be Nice

Why are you so angry? It doesn’t make sense to be angry about God, since you don’t believe there is a God. You people are like talking to robots that only repeat their programming. I feel so sad for you. You haven’t truly experienced Jesus or you would never say the things you say. I accept that you don’t believe, but why be disrespectful of someone else’s religion? I don’t get it, why would you need encouragement in your ex-Christianity? Click here to read the text and leave comments. Technorati tags: ex-Christian | exchristian | podcasts

--2009 FEB 8
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Not Ready to be Nice

Reinforcing the Fairy Tale

Why do Christians read their bibles daily or weekly? Don’t they already know what it says? Why do they obediently swarm to church services each week, sometimes three times a week, to hear the Word of God as preached by some stranger? Again, don’t they already know what His Word says? Why must Christians labor all day in prayer, praise and worship, calling on His name? Does God truly need all this sycophantic toadying to stroke his ego? Click here to read the text and leave comments. Technorati tags: ex-Christian | exchristian | podcasts

--2009 FEB 8
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Reinforcing the Fairy Tale

How can you be sure there is no God?

Click here for a transcription of "How can you be sure there is no God?" It is both frustrating and fascinating the number of times I’ve seen this question. The people asking are usually sincere, or appear sincere – they believe they are asking a pretty good question, one the requires a pretty good answer. Some people think that by simply asking that question, or some variation of it, that they’ve made a good point, or proven something. Technorati tags: ex-Christian exchristian podcasts

--2009 FEB 8
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How can you be sure there is no God?

Good and Evil

Below is a close transcription of this podcast. Hello, I’m Dave, the webmaster of ExChristian.Net and you’re listening to the Ex-Christian Monologues for April 3, 2006. The topic for this podcast is “Good and Evil.” What is good and what is evil? Where do we get our definition of good and evil? What is the source of our understanding of morality, and how do we decide what is moral vs. what is immoral? Christians claim that without the commandments of God, there is no standard to determine good from evil – morality from immorality. Without the Bible, Christians say, everyone would do what was right in their own eyes, meaning there would be moral anarchy. Supposedly, without God’s mind on the subjects of good and evil, Hitler can be considered every bit as moral as Gandhi. Morality apart from God, it is insisted, would be subject to being decided by majority opinion. And, as we all know, majority opinion frequently changes. Disobeying God’s commands, according to the writer of ...

--2009 FEB 8
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Good and Evil

The Meaning of Life

Christianity brags that it holds the ultimate meaning and purpose for human life. It states most emphatically that the whole purpose of the human experience is to enjoy God and glorify Him forever. It boldly claims that any and all activity outside of the narrow path is worldly, of the devil, and ultimately worthless. While finding a valuable meaning for an individual life is something most people desire, to accuse all who reject the claims of Christianity to be living worthless lives, is arrogantly rude, and historically it’s been destructive. In 540 A.D. Christianity was given a unique opportunity to demonstrate the power of its worldview. Soon after the bubonic plague struck Byzantium that year, striking down 10,000 people a day until 100 million lives had been lost, the Roman Empire was destroyed. Christianity benefited immensely from the pandemic as droves of terrified people flocked into the Church. Christianity castigated secular medicine for failing to cure the plague. The ...

--2009 FEB 8
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The Meaning of Life

Christianity's relationship with witchcraft

Witchcraft was now classified a heretical cult. Not only that, but it was considered heretical to not believe in the power of the Devil. The punishments against witchcraft were carefully laid out, as well as the methods for detecting and trying witches. The hitherto sporadic cases of witchcraft were now to be viewed as a cohesive group that had been marshaled together by Satan to attack and destroy Christianity. Click here to read the transcript and leave comments. Technorati tags: ex-Christian | exchristian | podcasts

--2009 FEB 8
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Christianity's relationship with witchcraft

Latest Episodes

Everyone's Agnostic podcast Episode 35

Dr. MarleneWinell, counsels post-religious people, healing what she calls Religious TraumaSyndrome.

--2015 MAR 10
Comments
Everyone's Agnostic podcast Episode 35

Former Pastor John Loftus debates Christian Apologist Dinesh D'Souza

--2010 FEB 22
Comments
Former Pastor John Loftus debates Christian Apologist Dinesh D'Souza

Losing Your Religion

A radio interview with William Lobdell, author of “Losing My Religion: How I Lost My Faith Reporting on Religion in America-and Found Unexpected Peace”

--2010 FEB 5
Comments
Losing Your Religion

The Search for Meaning

Dr. Marlene Winell, psychologist, educator, and writer in the San Francisco Bay Area as well as author of "Leaving the Fold: A Guide for Former Fundamentalists and Others Leaving Their Religion," talks about her loss of Christian faith during an interview on the Australian radio program, "The Search for Meaning with Caroline Jones" Caroline Jones (born Caroline Mary Newman, in 1938) is a distinguished Australian television journalist and social commentator. "The Search for Meaning." CLICK HERE to comment.

--2010 FEB 4
Comments
The Search for Meaning

Not Ready to be Nice

Why are you so angry? It doesn’t make sense to be angry about God, since you don’t believe there is a God. You people are like talking to robots that only repeat their programming. I feel so sad for you. You haven’t truly experienced Jesus or you would never say the things you say. I accept that you don’t believe, but why be disrespectful of someone else’s religion? I don’t get it, why would you need encouragement in your ex-Christianity? Click here to read the text and leave comments. Technorati tags: ex-Christian | exchristian | podcasts

--2009 FEB 8
Comments
Not Ready to be Nice

Reinforcing the Fairy Tale

Why do Christians read their bibles daily or weekly? Don’t they already know what it says? Why do they obediently swarm to church services each week, sometimes three times a week, to hear the Word of God as preached by some stranger? Again, don’t they already know what His Word says? Why must Christians labor all day in prayer, praise and worship, calling on His name? Does God truly need all this sycophantic toadying to stroke his ego? Click here to read the text and leave comments. Technorati tags: ex-Christian | exchristian | podcasts

--2009 FEB 8
Comments
Reinforcing the Fairy Tale

How can you be sure there is no God?

Click here for a transcription of "How can you be sure there is no God?" It is both frustrating and fascinating the number of times I’ve seen this question. The people asking are usually sincere, or appear sincere – they believe they are asking a pretty good question, one the requires a pretty good answer. Some people think that by simply asking that question, or some variation of it, that they’ve made a good point, or proven something. Technorati tags: ex-Christian exchristian podcasts

--2009 FEB 8
Comments
How can you be sure there is no God?

Good and Evil

Below is a close transcription of this podcast. Hello, I’m Dave, the webmaster of ExChristian.Net and you’re listening to the Ex-Christian Monologues for April 3, 2006. The topic for this podcast is “Good and Evil.” What is good and what is evil? Where do we get our definition of good and evil? What is the source of our understanding of morality, and how do we decide what is moral vs. what is immoral? Christians claim that without the commandments of God, there is no standard to determine good from evil – morality from immorality. Without the Bible, Christians say, everyone would do what was right in their own eyes, meaning there would be moral anarchy. Supposedly, without God’s mind on the subjects of good and evil, Hitler can be considered every bit as moral as Gandhi. Morality apart from God, it is insisted, would be subject to being decided by majority opinion. And, as we all know, majority opinion frequently changes. Disobeying God’s commands, according to the writer of ...

--2009 FEB 8
Comments
Good and Evil

The Meaning of Life

Christianity brags that it holds the ultimate meaning and purpose for human life. It states most emphatically that the whole purpose of the human experience is to enjoy God and glorify Him forever. It boldly claims that any and all activity outside of the narrow path is worldly, of the devil, and ultimately worthless. While finding a valuable meaning for an individual life is something most people desire, to accuse all who reject the claims of Christianity to be living worthless lives, is arrogantly rude, and historically it’s been destructive. In 540 A.D. Christianity was given a unique opportunity to demonstrate the power of its worldview. Soon after the bubonic plague struck Byzantium that year, striking down 10,000 people a day until 100 million lives had been lost, the Roman Empire was destroyed. Christianity benefited immensely from the pandemic as droves of terrified people flocked into the Church. Christianity castigated secular medicine for failing to cure the plague. The ...

--2009 FEB 8
Comments
The Meaning of Life

Christianity's relationship with witchcraft

Witchcraft was now classified a heretical cult. Not only that, but it was considered heretical to not believe in the power of the Devil. The punishments against witchcraft were carefully laid out, as well as the methods for detecting and trying witches. The hitherto sporadic cases of witchcraft were now to be viewed as a cohesive group that had been marshaled together by Satan to attack and destroy Christianity. Click here to read the transcript and leave comments. Technorati tags: ex-Christian | exchristian | podcasts

--2009 FEB 8
Comments
Christianity's relationship with witchcraft
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