Apostates Anonymous Is Back!

Apostates Anonymous Is Back! January 11, 2022

Many of you know I cohost a podcast called Heretic Happy Hour. But most probably don’t know that I used to host one called Apostates Anonymous. I stopped recording back in April ’21, simply because I was stretched too thin, like butter scraped over too much bread (to quote Bilbo).

But guess what!? Apostates Anonymous is back, and it’s better than ever because I’m joined by fellow HHH cohost Keith Giles.

Here’s the tagline for the show:

Apostates Anonymous is the show you turn to when you can no longer call yourself an Evangelical. Join hosts Keith Giles and Matthew J. Distefano as they tip over just about every sacred cow known to man. It’s sure to be a good time for any true heathen or heretic.

So, I hope you’ll check out today’s relaunch episode (which is on most streaming platforms – iTunes, Spotify, Anchor.fm), with a hilarious sponsor that will sure to offend your conservative friends and family.


 

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About Matthew J. Distefano
Matthew J. Distefano is an author, blogger, podcaster, and social worker. He lives in Northern California with his wife and daughter You can read more about the author here.
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