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FAIR Podcast Archives
Browse the archives of FairMormon’s past podcast shows and episodes.
Brother Ned speaks about subjects and interviews individuals who bring a unique perspective to various gospel topics with a down-to-earth approach.
Host Nick Galieti interviews scholars and writers from various scholarly journals such as The Interpreter, SquareTwo, and others, on a topics that directly address concerns and questions that find their way into the discourse of Latter-day Saints culture and doctrine.
Features addresses from past FairMormon Conferences.
Extended interviews with a variety of scholars, addressing various religious questions through an academic lens.
Consists of interviews that take an in-depth look at interesting, and sometimes difficult issues facing members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Short episodes addressing various apologetic topics.
Features a question that was submitted to FairMormon volunteers through the FairMormon Answers service at fairmormon.org. The answer in each episode is compiled from the various responses provided by the volunteers.
A podcast featuring evidence supporting the restoration and the prophetic abilities of Joseph Smith. Host Julianne Hatton interviews author Michael R. Ash every Friday about his book Faith and Reason: 80 Evidences Supporting the Prophet Joseph Smith.
Explores ways in which our faith can be challenged, and ways in which we can overcome those challenges.
The Mormon FAIR-Cast is the winner of the 2011 and 2013 People’s Choice Podcast Award for best podcast in the Religion/Inspiration category.
Provides faithful answers to difficult or critical questions that young adults may have about LDS teachings or culture. Aimed at the seminary student or institute age individual.