January 13, 2019
In this episode, Caleb and Joel chat about what 2018 brought the Mentionables. Also, a game of love song/worship song, a few exciting new segments, and a look at the year to come.
December 16, 2018
On this special Christmas episode, Joel and Caleb talk about whether or not the Christmas tree has pagan roots. Also, who was the REAL Santa Clause?
November 22, 2018
Joel and Caleb talk the benefits of Thankfulness, and its connection to Christianity and Atheism.
November 13, 2018
Part Three of the audio from the Mentionables YouTube series, "Answering Questions no Christian can Answer."
Today's question asks why Christians chose Christianity over any other religion.
Questions answered by Caleb Johnston, Marc Lambert, Joel Furches and Tyler Vela.
November 12, 2018
The next in our Answering Questions no Christian can Answer series - originally a YouTube video series.
Today, Caleb Johnston, Marc Lambert, Joel Furches and Tyler Vela tackle the question "How are you supposed to know which parts of the Bible to take literally and which parts to take metaphorically?"
November 10, 2018
This is the first episode in the 15-episode series premiering on The Mentionable's YouTube channel. In this episode, Caleb Johnston, Marc Lambert, Joel Furches and Tyler Vela answer the question, "What mechanisms or processes did God use to create?"
November 10, 2018
This is a brief introduction to the video series The Mentionables did related to a YouTube video titled "15 Questions Christians Can't Answer."
The 15 videos in this series will now be broadcast as podcast episodes coming up.
October 25, 2018
Joel and guest talk about two news items - one about brain surgery curing arachnophobia, and another about magnets curing religion.
October 12, 2018
In this episode, Network Member Caleb Johnston and Joel Furches talk about the seeming conflict between science and religion - and about what Jehovah's Witnesses are and how one ought to relate to them.
September 18, 2018
In this episode, Joel Furches explores how artificial intelligence might affect ethics, and how this relates to Christian moral theory.