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A Christian and an Atheist Walk Into a Bar

Ty Gallenbeck & Jay Stooksberry

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About Us

Just because we disagree doesn’t mean we can’t have a civil chat over beers. On this podcast, a Christian (Ty Gallenbeck) and an atheist (Jay Stooksberry) discuss their unique worldviews (sometimes differing, sometimes not) on a variety of topics—all while sharing an adult beverage or two. The goal is to bridge our religious divide one topic and one beer at a time.

Latest Episodes

S2E9: College Admissions Scandal

We discuss the recent college admissions scandal, what it means for the big picture of higher education, and Jay offers a “modest proposal” on how to fix it.

60 MINAPR 23
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S2E9: College Admissions Scandal

S2E8: Sexuality and the Church (Part 2): Getting Over the Hump

Nathan returns for the second part of our conversation about sexuality and religion. We also hilariously tackle keeping unwanted items in the toilet.

60 MINAPR 17
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S2E8: Sexuality and the Church (Part 2): Getting Over the Hump

S2E7: Sexuality in the Church (Part 1)

Ty and Jay are joined by Nathan Clay to discuss the current debate within the United Methodist Church over the topic of sexuality—a debate so heated that it may create a new schism within the church. This conversation highlights the broader taboo of discussing sexuality in a religious setting, which is why we needed to break it up into a two-part series. The three also problem solve how to address bad parking jobs.

60 MINAPR 9
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S2E7: Sexuality in the Church (Part 1)

S2E6: MySpace Jesus

Everybody wants to connect something or somebody—regardless of their religious affiliations. In this episode, Ty and Jay discuss the interesting ways people find solace in an increasingly alienated world. We also interview a man who, for many years, went by the name “MySpace Jesus” and his interesting life as an online messiah whose followers confided all sorts of secrets with him.

45 MINAPR 2
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S2E6: MySpace Jesus

S2E5: Free Will

Do we have the ability to shape our the conditions that surround us or are we just conditioned to think we can? Were Ty and Jay fated to discuss the topic of free will? And what should be the fate of bad tippers? All this and more in our latest episode.

-1 sMAR 26
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S2E5: Free Will

S2E4: Booze

For a show dedicated to adult beverages, Ty and Jay surprisingly haven’t tackled the topic of drinking yet. So they take a moment to discuss their thoughts about the social stigmas that surround alcohol.

68 MINMAR 19
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S2E4: Booze

S2E3: The Pot Preacher

Once upon a time, Michael Sanicola adamantly opposed marijuana. Then his world was turned upside down when his son was diagnosed with cancer. Sanicola quickly became a convert to medical cannabis once he son started responding well to alternative treatments. Now, he is better known as "The Pot Preacher" as he works to spread his gospel about the medical benefits of cannabis.

52 MINMAR 12
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S2E3: The Pot Preacher

What I Like about the "Other Side"

Tribalism encourages you to see the worst in others. But what if the others, especially the people you disagree with, actually have some positive qualities or shared values? Ignore the “God question” for a second, and there a wide berth of common ground between those with faith and those without.

41 MINMAR 5
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What I Like about the "Other Side"

S2E1: Ask Us Anything

They are back! After a brief hiatus, Ty and Jay return to answer your burning questions. Have either of them considered "switching teams"? What do they think about "separation of church and state"? Does pineapple belong on pizza? This and more on the debut episode of Season 2.

60 MINFEB 26
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S2E1: Ask Us Anything

Episode 13: Immigration

This is thecrash course in immigration law that every American—and non-American for that matter—should experience.Joining our show is Bethany Anderson, who serves as theImmigration Initiative Director for Solidarity, a nonprofit advocacy organization based inFullerton, California.Anderson shares her unique perspective on this issue—one that combines faith, justice, and a deep understanding of the law. She debunks many of the myths that surround the topic, offering a thorough and sobering analysis of the systemic issues faced by those seeking a better way of life in the United States.

59 MIN2018 JUN 29
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Episode 13: Immigration

Latest Episodes

S2E9: College Admissions Scandal

We discuss the recent college admissions scandal, what it means for the big picture of higher education, and Jay offers a “modest proposal” on how to fix it.

60 MINAPR 23
Comments
S2E9: College Admissions Scandal

S2E8: Sexuality and the Church (Part 2): Getting Over the Hump

Nathan returns for the second part of our conversation about sexuality and religion. We also hilariously tackle keeping unwanted items in the toilet.

60 MINAPR 17
Comments
S2E8: Sexuality and the Church (Part 2): Getting Over the Hump

S2E7: Sexuality in the Church (Part 1)

Ty and Jay are joined by Nathan Clay to discuss the current debate within the United Methodist Church over the topic of sexuality—a debate so heated that it may create a new schism within the church. This conversation highlights the broader taboo of discussing sexuality in a religious setting, which is why we needed to break it up into a two-part series. The three also problem solve how to address bad parking jobs.

60 MINAPR 9
Comments
S2E7: Sexuality in the Church (Part 1)

S2E6: MySpace Jesus

Everybody wants to connect something or somebody—regardless of their religious affiliations. In this episode, Ty and Jay discuss the interesting ways people find solace in an increasingly alienated world. We also interview a man who, for many years, went by the name “MySpace Jesus” and his interesting life as an online messiah whose followers confided all sorts of secrets with him.

45 MINAPR 2
Comments
S2E6: MySpace Jesus

S2E5: Free Will

Do we have the ability to shape our the conditions that surround us or are we just conditioned to think we can? Were Ty and Jay fated to discuss the topic of free will? And what should be the fate of bad tippers? All this and more in our latest episode.

-1 sMAR 26
Comments
S2E5: Free Will

S2E4: Booze

For a show dedicated to adult beverages, Ty and Jay surprisingly haven’t tackled the topic of drinking yet. So they take a moment to discuss their thoughts about the social stigmas that surround alcohol.

68 MINMAR 19
Comments
S2E4: Booze

S2E3: The Pot Preacher

Once upon a time, Michael Sanicola adamantly opposed marijuana. Then his world was turned upside down when his son was diagnosed with cancer. Sanicola quickly became a convert to medical cannabis once he son started responding well to alternative treatments. Now, he is better known as "The Pot Preacher" as he works to spread his gospel about the medical benefits of cannabis.

52 MINMAR 12
Comments
S2E3: The Pot Preacher

What I Like about the "Other Side"

Tribalism encourages you to see the worst in others. But what if the others, especially the people you disagree with, actually have some positive qualities or shared values? Ignore the “God question” for a second, and there a wide berth of common ground between those with faith and those without.

41 MINMAR 5
Comments
What I Like about the "Other Side"

S2E1: Ask Us Anything

They are back! After a brief hiatus, Ty and Jay return to answer your burning questions. Have either of them considered "switching teams"? What do they think about "separation of church and state"? Does pineapple belong on pizza? This and more on the debut episode of Season 2.

60 MINFEB 26
Comments
S2E1: Ask Us Anything

Episode 13: Immigration

This is thecrash course in immigration law that every American—and non-American for that matter—should experience.Joining our show is Bethany Anderson, who serves as theImmigration Initiative Director for Solidarity, a nonprofit advocacy organization based inFullerton, California.Anderson shares her unique perspective on this issue—one that combines faith, justice, and a deep understanding of the law. She debunks many of the myths that surround the topic, offering a thorough and sobering analysis of the systemic issues faced by those seeking a better way of life in the United States.

59 MIN2018 JUN 29
Comments
Episode 13: Immigration
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