Losing Our Religion
About This Show
Losing Our Religion is a candid, comedic, sometimes serious look at what life is like after institutional spirituality. These conversations are crafted with love, recorded over shared drinks with friends, neighbors, doubters, and believers. Where people sit down together to have candid exchange while sharing life together without the walls that religion and discriminating ideologies create. Inspiration and hilarity during your daily commute, while you workout, with friends or alone. You can make it into a drinking game if you want. Just take a word from that specific episode title and chug when you hear that word said! Losing Our Religion is a hilarious and candid look at religion and culture, with former pastor, now commune living lover of sinners, Zac Gandara. As he has drinks with other former religious, excommunicated pastors, LGBTQ, artists, poets, anarchists, atheists, punk rock singers, and those considered rejects or recovering religious people.
Most Recent Episode
EPISODE 062: Bartender Therapy: Derek Pete
4 days ago
LISTEN ON iTunes | Soundcloud | Stitcher | Google Play | TuneIn So for the first time, we record while drinking genuine, fancy, delicious cocktails. Because we're with a real bartender this time. Derek Pete, raised Seventh Day Adventist now atheist makes us a fantastic cocktail called The Last Word. Derek promised me that he would be asking me a bunch of questions if he ever came on the show. He fulfilled that promise! So in this first episode with Derek, he becomes the interviewer and me the interviewee. JOIN US Join the CounterCulture Society - Get Emails & Deals! Become a Producer - Join the Team Website & Blog Join the Conversation on Twitter Join the Forum on Facebook Call 'Losers Anonymous' Hotline: 206-395-5608 This Episode's Landing Page
Rated 5 out of
Somebody pinch me...I honestly can't believe I found this podcast. Real, candid, and transparent truth. So helpful. I've never heard anyone be this honest about their experience, along with the joy of being able to relive the former hate, and join in relationship with those that where shunned by the religion.
Date published: 2015-08-13