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Mormonism LIVE!: 001: What in Hell is Going on at FairMormon?!

The Inaugural Episode of Mormonism LIVE! kicks off tackling FairMormon’s new video series titled, “This Is The Show” (T.I.T.S.).  T.I.T.S.  is intended for a younger audience. Radio Free Mormon (RFM) and Bill Reel dive into whether FairMormon is taking on this project with honesty toward the material and compassion toward those who lose faith. Sadly on both fronts it is a strong NO.

The Live Broadcast of Mormonism LIVE! is recorded on Wednesdays at 6:20PM (MST) and can be watched Live at Mormon Discussions Youtube Channel and Mormon Discussions Facebook page

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You Can reach RFM and Bill Reel by emailing them at [email protected]


19 thoughts on “Mormonism LIVE!: 001: What in Hell is Going on at FairMormon?!”

  1. Since I can’t comment about T.I.T.S. on YouTube, I’ll comment about it here: After seeing T.I.T.S. I think I probably looked like Ralphie Parker’s parents did in “A Christmas Story” after Ralph says “Flick said he saw some grizzly bears near Pulaski’s candy store.” (They looked at him as if he had lobsters crawling out of his ears.)

  2. Many years ago Scott Gordon told everyone that the Church “never taught that blacks were cursed nor the children of Cain”. He blamed “some members for this folklore”. Of course, Gordon KNEW that was a LIE, yet he kept saying that. I think FairMormon no longer says that, but, for over a decade, those lies were right on the FairMormon website. Those men are so disgusting.

    1. I absolutely agree with you that like Scott Gordon, apologists knowingly lie to defend the Church. That simply doesn’t work anymore in the information age.

    2. I think this type of argument hinges on the idea that “the Church” never really teaches anything.

      Only leaders of the Church teach things.

      But that is not “the Church” per se.

      Just its leaders.

      Nothing to see here.

      Move along.

  3. RFM, I disagree with your sentiment that Kwaku is a “good guy”. If he is a good guy, he is a good guy behaving badly.
    One thing I’ve always liked about your podcast is your focus on evidence. I viewed those videos and in my opinion, the evidence is overwhelmingly in favor of, “not good guy”.
    Sorry Kwaku. Not really.

    1. I admit I don’t know Kwaku personally, but I do try to think the best of people.

      I just think he needs to grow up a little and get some experience under his belt.

      Kwaku, like the rest of us, is a work in progress.

      (Now what was somebody saying about my getting snarkier? LOL!)

      1. I understand and appreciate your position. I should probably, along with Kwaku, count to ten before posting!
        Love Mormonism live!
        Grateful for all you do and PLEASE dont give up the snarky!

  4. For FairMormon to put out such garbage the CES Letter must be deadly effective. The executives must simply be beside themselves. My guess is that TITS crass flavor will push wealthy donors away from Fair.
    BTW, in Googling “Mormon TITS” the Fair videos didn’t show up until page 5, with porn sites pushing it back. I just don’t see any wisdom in that acronym.

    1. I think the point of these videos was to increase FairMormon’s failing donations, but agree with you they will likely have the opposite effect.

      The unfortunate acronym T.I.T.S. was probably an inside joke that wasn’t too terribly difficult for an outsider to decipher.

      1. You must admit that when Cardon Ellis retweeted and praised a graphic with the TITS acronym right in it he didn’t demonstrate any desire to keep the inside joke private. One can only imagine what Gordon & Lynch’s reaction when they saw it.

  5. These videos seem like a mashup of the Daily Show and the Trump campaign. One designed stylistically to capture the attention of younger folks – but then promote an alternate reality. Amazing!

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