May 12th, 2013 by thegodgamble
Secular Boris sets a trick-question trap about the afterlife, only to find the uncooperative Christians whistling around the graveyard. Despite the foiled ensnarement, this episode is an interesting exploration of differing perspectives of what lies beyond.
Closing music bed credits: "I Will Follow You Into the Dark" by Death Cab for Cutie (c) 2005 Warner Elektra Atlantic Corp.
May 3rd, 2013 by thegodgamble
Boris wants to know why we so boldly proclaim Christianity's singular legitimacy in light of billions of others claiming the same of other religions. Our beloved secularist demands all responses hinge only on rational arguments and we give compliance our best shot. Are we successful? We'll let you be the judge. Our apologies for the recent delays in getting new shows up. We ran into a capacity issue with the host site which has (hopefully) been resolved.
Closing music bed credits: "Noticed" by Mutemath (c) 2007 WMG
Mar 26th, 2013 by thegodgamble
Dave kicks things off by throwing a typically abysmal synopsis of the Atheist worldview into Boris' face. Boris pushes back with a typically philosophical secular retort. Nate joins the action by sharing a few stories about his own dalliances with hopelessness, and I round it all off with a handful nonsensical interjections.
Closing music bed credits: "When a Heart Breaks" by Ben Rector (C) 2010
Mar 17th, 2013 by thegodgamble
Here we go again- Boris, our resident "secularist," is still trying to convince us three knuckleheads that the precepts of Christian morality are, in fact, completely immoral. This is going to go somewhere eventually . . . I think.
Closing music bed credits: "If I Die Young" Performed by The Band Perry (C) 2010 Republic Nashville Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
Feb 25th, 2013 by thegodgamble
Boris showed up ready to put Nate in his place on the subject of capitalism as the ideal model for society. It doesn't take long for us to hit a massive detour, and the fists start flying once the Raging Russian dismisses the idea of Christian altruism as "insane." Don't give up on this episode too soon- we wrap things up miles away from where we started. To be continued . . .
Feb 19th, 2013 by thegodgamble
Am I really as bad as the Bible says? And why should I believe what a 2000 year-old book says about me anyway? After all, I'm not nearly as bad as that guy . . . and he's a preacher! In this episode, we discuss the relative nature of goodness and how, at the end of the day, there is no such thing as a wholly and genuinely "good" human.
Feb 2nd, 2013 by thegodgamble
We're tackling the notion that Jesus was bent on destroying families for the sake of His worship, as presented by a member of "The Church of Theists Suck." Seriously, that's what it is called.
Jan 13th, 2013 by thegodgamble
Sorry it took so long to get this show published. It's a long one. I thought about breaking it up into two shows, but I just want to get it out of the can and be done with it. Aside from the duration, the subject is engaging: We're talking with Boris (the closet Atheist) about whether or not we can trust the Gospel accounts to be accurate, or even true.
Dec 11th, 2012 by thegodgamble
Maintaining a squeaky-clean fiscal perspective is no easy task, considering most of our lives are spent treading water in an ocean of filthy cash. Join us at the pier as Nate dons his water-wings and executes a flawless cannonball into the depths of material depravity.
Nov 20th, 2012 by thegodgamble
Dave, Nate and I take a break from our usual rants to reflect on how each of us developed an unquenchable thirst for the Christian Kool-Aid. Enjoy the incredible stories of three (somewhat) sane dudes who wound up believing the unbelievable.