UTBB Episode 25 : Marsha, Marsha, Marsha!

Say congratulations to Joe for coming up with this week’s episode title! Isn’t he creative? On this week’s episode of Unbuckling The Bible Belt, we plug author/illustrator Courtney Lynn, as well as a new Southern blogger from the State of Kentucky, Bluegrass Skeptic; as well as JD Brucker’s new book, Reason Over Faith. Did I mention the Facebook page has hit 200 likes? Woo hoo!

We then move on to your weekly round of “you would have to laugh, or you would cry” stories. Our first story is about a disgusting hypocrite of a politician representing our home state in the House of Representatives. We then talk about yet another Representative from Tennessee who seems to think Christians are being holocausted in our great nation! We then cover an analysis of an article written by my new friend, the blogger and YouTuber The Bluegrass Skeptic. Texas then proves once again why everything is bigger there, including psychopathic Christians. We then encounter another story in Kentucky, but this time we have some outraged parents who don’t seem to understand what religious equality means. We then end the show with a ‘Volunteers For Stupidity’ segment, in which we discuss a bill that establishes a weekend of prayer for the entire State, whether you like or not! The stupid is strong in this latest of episode! You don’t want to miss it!

Show Notes

Courtney Lynn’s Website, Atheist Children’s Books

Courtney Lynn’s Gofundme Page

The Bluegrass Skeptic

The Bluegrass Skeptic YouTube Channel

Reason Over Faith: Antitheism & the Case Against Religion

Tennessee Republican who pressured mistress to have abortion votes to restrict them for other women

Papers From Desjarlais Bitter Divorce Pop up In Media

New law requires 48-hr. waiting period before having sex with Rep. DesJarlais

Idiot Tennessee Rep Knows All The Christians Are Being Holocausted, Just Can’t Say Where

A Very Reverend’s Analysis Still Misses The Mark Of The PEW Religious Poll

Texas cop kills for Christ, claims he is a ‘Christian Warrior’

Kentucky Woman, Who Says She’s Not a Bigot, Walks Out on Muslim Speaker During Baccalaureate Service

Tennessee touts ‘weekend of prayer for students’ despite experts calling it ineffective

Download the show here.

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