The Modern Deist Podcast
By Modern Deist
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The Modern Deist Podcast examines life, nature and science from a Deist Perspective.
||CleanEpisode-05- If Deists Are Right Why Aren’t There More of Us?||Honestly it is a fair question for the non Deist to ask. If Deism makes so much sense why are there not more of us? To me it comes down to a few things. First there is no way to use Deism as a system of control, so it doesn’t benefit the State or||9/29/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode-04- Pantheism, Panentheism and Pandeism||Today we look at the concepts of Pantheism, Panentheism and Pandeism and beyound that I will tell you why I tend to think like a Panendeist if there even is such a thing. I go into why I feel we should not really look at these as individual faiths, rath||9/28/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode-03- My Journey to Deism and What’s the Point of Deism||Today I tell a bit of my own journey to Deism, how I was raised Catholic, left that church and later became a Methodist. How all along the way I never truly believed in main stream revealed religion and how though a lot of study of spirituality I became||9/26/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode-02- Beyond the Clock Maker Version of God||Deism is usually described by non deists as a believe that God is like a clock maker, meaning he simply created the universe and walked away with no concern or further involvement. While there are a few Deists who feel this way the vast majority are far||9/25/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode-01- The Modern Deist Podcast – An Introduction||In the first episode I simply tell you who I am, a little about what this podcast will be like and start to answer the complicate question of what is deism. I will also tell you about my path and how I came to find Deism.||9/22/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Good start for newcomers
As a newcomer to the Deist belief system, I'm grateful to find what few podcasts there are about the subject. This layman's approach to Deism helps shed light on a neglected topic and attempts bringing it to the mainstream.
My only criticism is that, while the host claims taking a "natural" approach by recording at his duck pond and on-the-fly, he urges listeners to promote the podcast on Facebook and other mediums. If this podcast wants to branch out, there should be more effort and time from the host to make this professional and be taken seriously.
That said, I really look forward to more.
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