MHH14: Joseph Bishop MTC President Sexual Assault, Discussion and Guests

The Angels on Fire tackle the overwhelming topic of Joseph L. Bishop, Former President of Provo MTC and his confession of multiple instances of sexual assault. Two guests join the episode to provide their perspectives on the most important issues, Reddit u/relevantlife, and advocate/activist Lesley Butterfield. Don’t worry, we take lots of intermission breaks to help us through the tough discussions. We even have a new Instagram account, yet again, @book_of_moron_stories. Video of the episode and extended interviews with our guests can be found on our Patreon page.

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MHH13.2: Breaking Interview w/Ethan Dodge of MormonLeaks on Joseph Bishop Sexual Assault Leak

The Angels on Fire bring you urgent news following a groundbreaking MormonLeak that was released yesterday, March 19th, 2018. We interview Ethan Dodge, co-founder of MormonLeaks regarding several listener-submitted questions about the leak involving Joseph L. Bishop and an audio recording where the former MTC President confesses to sexual misconduct with several women throughout his many callings as an ecclesiastical leader within the LDS Church. Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the MormonLeaks process and learn more about this particular leak. Thanks for catching our bonus breaking news episode! We will see you on a regular episode next week!

 

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MHH13: Willoughby #andsoIstayed, Missionaries on Social Media, Predators in Local Exmo Groups

The Angels on Fire showcase the #andsoIstayed hashtag begun by Jennie Willoughby, ex-wife of Trump Secretary, Rob Porter and how this experience is relevant within her LDS culture.  Colleen shares updates for Missionaries and their usage of social media to communicate with friends, family, and prospective spouses. Miranda and Colleen discuss common experiences within local Exmo Support groups with predators. Check out a new hilarious Instagram account @the_angelmoroni and their video “When Mormon Prophets are DTF.” Don’t miss the full episode video live on Patreon!

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MHH12: PHX Sunstone Interviews with Lindsay Hansen Park, NewNameNoah, Ryan McKnight of MormonLeaks

The Angels on Fire have an amazing experience at PHX Southwest Sunstone Conference.  Colleen and Miranda get to partake in an Epic Mormon Potluck, interview your favorite names in Post Mormonism, and some great attendees who sit down and chat with us as well! We announce the winners of two contests we run at Sunstone and give away some amazing gifts! Don’t forget to check out the video of this episode and all the interviews on our Patreon page!

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MHH11: Truth or Dare with Ryan McKnight of Mormon Leaks, The Drinking Game

The Angels on Fire sit down with Ryan McKnight of MormonLeaks for an enlightening round of Truth or Dare, in the spirit of Truth and Transparency. Listen to Ryan tell stories, drunk rants, and sing a primary song! Is he a confirmed homosexual? Is he honest? You decide! Once he’s had far too many shots, Ryan dives into his two favorite topics, Soaking at BYU and Multi-Level-Marketing. But you’ll have to check those out on our Patreon page, where you will also find all the video footage of this episode.

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MHH10: Trump Staff Secretary Rob Porter, MormonLeaks and provoguysamiright

This week, national media is bursting with references to the roles of LDS Bishops in connection with marital abuse, divorce, childhood sexual development and more. We tackle these issues with a few personal experiences and a relevant MormonLeaks audio recording. But do not despair, there is a brightness this week as we bring you the Instagram account @provoguysamiright. An unholy collection of screenshots from “Brovo, Utah: a land flowing with milk, honey, and NCMO propositions.” Plus, a TBM summary of the stats surrounding the stagnant growth of the LDS Church. And as always, Miranda’s Post Mormon Life Pro Tip, a crash course in Tequila!!!
Patreon Subscribers, thanks to your generous support, we are closer to a camera to bring you weekly video episodes! And, we won 4th place in the Brodie Awards, thank you, listeners, for your votes!

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MHH09: Mike Norton on Church History, The Drinking Game

The Angels on Fire are joined by the devil himself, Mike Norton. We subject him to a firey round of Church History trivia, mercilessly peppering him with questions. Each time he gets one wrong, he takes a shot, but don’t worry, its Mike, he knows Church History! Each time he skunks us, then we have to take a shot. After our rousing game, we turn up the heat even more and ask Mike a few questions of our own that you’ve never heard the answers to! But this second half is only available to our loyal listener subscribers on our Patreon channel. Be sure and join the party, and don’t miss out on the rest of the interview!

MHH08: Dan Reynold’s Believer, Disappearing Unicorns, and @byupda

The LGBTQIA community dominates the topics for this week, bringing with it a powerful mix of emotions and reactions. Dan Reynolds debuts his documentary Believer, at Sundance. Josh and Lolly Weed announce their divorce, an end of a mixed orientation LDS marriage. We cringe and die laughing at the Instagram account @byupda. Sam Young is defined as an apostate by his Stake President, because of his campaign to Protect LDS Children. And we tease you with our newest Patreon endeavor, Drunk Mormon Kitchen!!!

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MHH07: 1st Presidency Succession, Oreos and Boundaries

What do Oreos have to do with Sacrament Meeting talks? Oh, I’m about to tell you, and you’re gonna love it! We have a lot to say about Mormons and appropriate boundaries, do you? And yes, of course, we are talking about the 1st Presidency Succession and the departure of the Silver Fox.

 

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MHH06: New York Times Monson Obit, Petition to NYT, Response by NYT

Come check out kopi luwak coffee with us! Have you heard of it? Upon request of you, the listeners, we gather and share the responses to the New York Times controversial obituary of Thomas S. Monson, Prophet and President of the LDS Church, who passed away last week. We respond to the petition that asks the NYT to rewrite the obit and contrast the signatures it has received with the petition Sam Young has begun to Protect the Children. The NYT editor responds to the criticism of the obituary for Monson.

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