Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Rodcast 38: Boxing

I'll be honest. I don't even remember what we talked about. I'm just glad I didn't have to work on Boxing Day.

Maria joined us!

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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Rodcast 37: Festivus

Ezra, Nehemiah, favorite Christmas movies, airing of grievances and the opening of gifts. Sounds like it won't take too long right? RIGHT?! ... wrong.

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By the way, I love It's a Wonderful Life, but I can't explain how. So I got Stephanie Asalone to do it for me. Here are her words:

Watching "It's a Wonderful Life" with my brother, dad, and his wife on Christmas Eve night, the thought crossed my mind that I should write a post about the unique power of this particular movie. There really aren't many movies out there that speak to so many people from so many walks of life for so many years (64 this year) as this one does. Why is that the case, though?

1) Universal concepts: Redemption and second chances (for George, for Clarence...). The little-considered power of one person's influence on another (which is not as cliched or pollyanna as some may claim), and the ripple effect of that influence. The fact that you don't know what you have until it's gone. This is a Christmas movie that doesn't necessarily fall along religious lines.

2) Couching these concepts in a life situation many people could identify with in post-World War II America (the movie came out in 1946) and can today in the current economic troubles...and could through many social and economic troubles in the years in between. It is "evergreen" for this reason--George Bailey is as much 'everyman' now as he was back in '46.

3) The lack of preachiness. George and his family aren't perfect, and the fact that no one is made out to be a martyr, a "devil" (I would argue Potter is made to seem more lost-in-selfishness than outright evil), or an angel, for that matter (except Clarence, of course) makes what could be a choke-on-it-syrupy ending into a tearjerker. The belief that all people are good at heart, but some have forgotten that fact for one reason or another (Mr. Potter, Sam Wainwright to a lesser degree) is an unspoken sermon to be found here. Being reminded of that concept--either for oneself or in regard to those around them--adds to the way this movie gets to people, regardless of personal circumstance.

4) When George is standing on the bridge, crying and praying: "I want to live again. Please God, let me live again"...that was the moment the tears started to flow for me this last time. He was obviously speaking about more than one kind of living. The idea you can be alive and just go through the motions...waste your time and forget your potential...that's huge too. George may well have been doing it just as much as Mr. Potter, though in a different way. As one of my former home teachers once told me: "Don't judge someone just because they choose to sin differently than you do." The same can be said for the way in which an individual chooses to "play small". George was doing great things with his life, both for his family and for his community, but he was missing the end result of those efforts, either through lack of opportunity to see them or through his own refusal to believe he could mean so much to so many. When all those people come flowing into the house at the end and throw money on the table...George finally sees it. Which leads me into...

5) The idea that good people have good returned unto them. In a world where it seems no good deed goes unpunished, to see "an Israelite without guile" be rewarded for his honesty, his integrity, his doing what's right in so many situations can't help but be encouraging. To see evidence that when the giver is the one in need, those who've received will step up and take their turn at giving encourages people to continue giving, or, alternatively, become givers. Which leads me into...

6) "It's a Wonderful Life" is also impactful because it can be seen as a call to service above self. People sometimes need reminded that they really are their brother's keeper...or need to be encouraged to continue in their acting upon this realization. It can be easy to become cynical in either role, and to have the opportunity to see a "third party example" situation and realize the reward to be had--however delayed--in being a giver, is helpful in bringing people to see the value of taking care of others at any stage of either person's life.

There is so much that can be said for and about this movie. It is timeless and I hope it continues to be shown Christmas Eve night on NBC for many years to come. It is encouraging and inspiring without crossing the line into hokeyness. Thank you, Frank Capra, for the marvelous gift you gave in making "It's a Wonderful Life". If we were to be honest with ourselves, we'd realize it really is.

Saturday, December 18, 2010


Everyone remember to send us your airing of grievances and your favorite Christmas movies. Send to or tweet to @ironrodcast.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Rodcast 36: Clay

Daniel 2. Not much reading this week. Also, a few bits of preparation for Christmas and also a discussion of the best church time and schedule. You may have noticed there was less throat-clearing. That's because Rhett was gone.

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Hey! Your homework for this week: send in your favorite Christmas movies and your personal Festivus airing of grievances and also what you're getting and giving for Christmas.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Rodcast 35: Hananiah

Hananiah, Mishael, Azariah. Cultural pride. Dig in. Jon was gone by the way.

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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Rodcast 34: Thankamony

Rhett's word this week: evangical.

This week we continued with a discussion of Ezekiel and then went into full on thankamony mode. If you're grateful for anything, feel free to share. All positivity will be gone by the time we get to the year-end airing of grievances.

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If you're curious, here's my list of 100 things I need to do in this life.

Here is a link to an archived version of

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Rodcast 32: Witness

There was cooking noise in the background. Don't worry about it. Rest assured we're eating well. We talked more Jeremiah, wacky Thanksgivings and the Old Testament events we most want to go back and witness.

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Hey, we lowered the audio quality heavily on this one in hopes of lowering the file size making it a more convenient download and more efficient, etc. Please let us know if the audio quality is annoying or if you have any problems with listening at all.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Rodcast 31: Favorite

Jeremiah + favorite BOM characters! All this and a conversation on testimony meeting. Plus we were all super on edge because we were hungry because it was Fast Sunday.

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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Rodcast 30: Hallows

Wrapping up Isaiah, plus... Halloween!

Send your comments. I think we must have left a lot out. What needs to be said?

Also, here's that book Pete mentioned: Isaiah: Prophet, Seer and Poet.

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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Rodcast 29: Nemesis

Yeah, it's an ugly picture, but I used it for a reason. I'll give anyone five bucks if they can tell me what that reason is.

Joey Smith joined us this time with a barrel full of topics. Resulted in us running quite a bit longer than usual, but good times had by all. Sean pops in a bit too, so that's totally a bonus.

I think we talked a little about regional conference in there too. Plus there was some Matsby correspondence. All this and polls!

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a slight delay

Sorry to everyone waiting on Rodcast 29. It's nearly finished, I just need to get home and post it (which may not be until 1 am). Sorry! Usually I get all this posting garbage done on Sunday afternoon.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Podcast 28: Shopping

Joining us this week, is Laura! She also got some high quality cable television in, so it was a very efficient Sunday afternoon.

Isaiah continues his healthy obsession with the Savior and we talk about that (with tangents). Our second topic is the idea of ward shopping and ward squatting. We don't actually use the word "squatting" but it's probably a word that's quite applicable to us.

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Sunday, October 10, 2010

Podcast 27: Fast

More Isaiah.

Also a very quick discussion on fasting. Next week we'll probably have a fast discussion on the quickening.

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Monday, October 4, 2010

Podcast 26: Sleep-overs

Hope you enjoyed the 180th Semi-annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints! If you didn't, no doubt you won't enjoy this edition of the Rodcast.

Joining us this time, we had Sleepy Laura and Skypey Rhett.

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Friday, October 1, 2010

Revelation! Next Topic: 180th Semiannual General Conference

Alright, it's conference weekend coming up, so we'll be doing a conference report. Send in relevant comments and stuff so that we'll have something to talk about in case we forget to watch conference.

Thanks to Matsby for the image.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Podcast 25: Maher-shalal-hash-baz

Hey! Here we go with a bit more Isaiah!

Second topic this week is humility. No doubt we'll get hammered with humility once the angry letters come rolling in. As a special guest on this topic (for about 30 seconds) we brought in a ringer for the opposition -- Dre Deming.

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Thursday, September 23, 2010

next topic!

Alright ya'll. Warning you in advance that the topic for the next Rodcast is HUMILITY. Send us what you want us to say so that you don't yell into your earbuds when you hear us say the lame things that we say. We don't hear you when you yell into your earbuds.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Podcast 24: Scarlett

Isaiah 101. And we're off! Isaiah 1:18.

As a bonus topic we reminisced on our favorite pulpit stories. Laughter and death ensued.

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Hopefully Jim won't mind, but here are his great comments on the Isaiah lesson this week. We'll reference it next time. Enjoy!


If I understand correctly, the reading for this week is Isaiah 1-6. Here are some thoughts on the chapters as I read them.

Isaiah is a delicious book. I think that is undeniable. Many beautiful things are written therein, and it all begins in the first chapter.

In Isaiah 1, G-d speaks out against Israel, very much in the way He did in Hosea, Isaiah’s contemporary. He compares Judah to children just like Israel in Hosea (and once to a harlot.) And just as in Hosea, the message is more than a rebuke, but a message of hope.

For Judah, things are going difficult. Israel and Syria have been coming against them, with devastating consequences. During this time, 120,00 men of Judah had been killed in one day. (See Chronicles 28.) Here, in Isaiah 1, G-d tells them the reason for their suffering. They are being punished that they might learn. But they are not learning, and so they continue to be punished.

One problem is that the people have seized upon a foreign idea of propitiating G-d. In the pagan world, the gods were bought off by sacrifices. Their favor was not earned by moral living but by rituals and devotion. If one reads The Iliad or The Odyssey one is likely to find divine favor is capricious. Greek deities are bought off by sacrifices. In Iphigenia at Aulis, the innocent Iphigenia is herself sacrificed so that the gods will send a wind to carry the Greeks to Troy so that they may lay siege to the city. This idea of earning divine favor through sacrifice had crept into Jewish practice. Ahaz had begun sacrificing to the gods of Damascus “Because the gods of Aram helped them, I will sacrifice to them” (2 Chron. 28.23).

He has a totally wrong conception of G-d, though. G-d cannot be bribed. While he set up a system of sacrifices, they are largely disconnected from atonement. The blood of an innocent is not what appeases G-d. (Of the personal sacrifices, as opposed to national, only unintentional sins are atoned by a sacrifice, a sin sacrifice. And theft, I think.) In all of Leviticus, G-d does not spend time talking about the necessity of blood for atonement, because this does not interest him. The sacrifices are for us, not for him, a way for us to express our devotion and thankfulness. But G-d is not bought by sacrifices.

And this is the beauty of Isaiah 1. G-d corrects the view that He must be appeased with blood and through ritual. He desires something else: “Wash, cleanse yourselves, remove the evil of your deeds from before My eyes, cease to do evil. Learn to do good, seek justice, strengthen the robbed, perform justice for the orphan, plead the case of the widow” (Is. 1.16-17.) The atonement is reached through teshuvah, repentance. And we see here that it’s a two-fold process. Verse 16 is about purification and cessation of wrongdoing. Verse 17 is about doing good. It’s not enough to not do bad. One must do good.

And the next thing he says isn’t, “And then I’ll accept your sacrifices, that you may be atoned.” No, he invites Judah to argue with him and tells them that their sins will be whitewashed. All he requires is repentance, a change. (See also Ez. 18.) To do this, though, they will have to fix their conception of G-d. They will have to reject the notion that G-d’s favor is earned by sacrifice. They must return to a Torah worldview, rather than the pagan worldview. And then they will understand what G-d wants is repentance. “For you do not want a sacrifice, or I should give it; You do not desire a burnt offering. The sacrifices of G-d are a broken spirit; O G-d, You will not despise a broken and crushed heart” (Ps. 51.18-19.)

I think this is what G-d means, too in Is 5.13 when He says that His people go into exile for a lack of knowledge. They’ve not heeded the signs, their punishments. They seek to appease G-d and the gods of the nations with sacrifices. But if only they knew what He wanted of them, they could turn aside. A bad idea of Who G-d is can make a terrible mess of things. Judah will be exiled because they have a bad understanding of G-d. They think the rituals are for Him. But we can give nothing to G-d.

This isn’t the end of Isaiah 1, but already this is getting long, so I press on. Isaiah 2.1-5 is Messianic. And like the first chapter, the second chapter helps to correct a misconception about G-d, but this is the misconception of the modern scholar who sees Hashem as a tribal deity. (I do not say that this was the purpose of this chapter.) Here G-d clearly tells us that the “nations shall stream to” the Lord’s house (Is. 2.2.) This is a universal message, and it echoes Solomon’s prayer for the temple, that foreigners would pray toward the temple and be heard by G-d (I Kings 8.41-43.) Likewise, in the Messianic era, G-d tells us, again through Isaiah, that His house “will be called a house of prayer for all peoples (Is. 56.7.) G-d is concerned with all peoples. And so, he brings peace, not just to Israel, but also to the entire world.

Already this has gotten long. My apologies. I will stop here for the sake of brevity.



Jon's meat consumption for the week of September 12-18, 2010

Sunday, 12 September 2010
-Two platefuls of beef stroganoff at my parents' house

Monday, 13 September 2010
-One plateful of leftover beef stroganoff from the day before

Tuesday, 14 September 2010
-Leftover Ming's General Tao's chicken from the previous Saturday night (before our meat goals)

-A deep fried PB&J and half of Grant Baron's funnel cake at the Utah state fair (both were possibly fried in the same oil that much chocolate-covered bacon was fried in)

Wednesday, 15 September 2010
-One plateful of leftover beef stroganoff from three days earlier

-Half of Matsby's cheese fries at Wiseguy's (later found out there were bacon bits sprinkled on)

Thursday, 16 September 2010
-Half a plateful of leftover beef stroganoff from four days earlier

-Stroganoff on toast

Friday, 17 September 2010
-Maruchan instant yakisoba noodles (spicy chicken flavor)

Saturday, 18 September 2010
- 2.5 pork enchiladas at the Lowell Bennion service thingie

Monday, September 13, 2010

Podcast 23: Secret

First of all, here's Peter's autographed program for today (hope you don't mind, Megan).

Our discussion today was about Amos and Joel. They seem pretty on the ball.

Besides talking a little about the Iron Rodcast polls we also got incendiary with a continuation of the Word of Wisdom from last week. This time the focus was on meat.

Vote in the polls! We re-opened a couple of ties.

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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Podcast 22: Whore

Your seminary teacher probably skipped Hosea when he taught your Old Testament class. Good reason too. God telling a guy to go shack up with a prostitute may be taken the wrong way by impressionable youths. I think we agreed that you're not actually supposed to do that. And ladies, don't become a hooker in hopes of marrying a prophet of God. The story of Hosea is probably more of an exception than a rule -- although it is the basis for the film Pretty Woman (as is my understanding anyway).

Whoring it up may be a sensitive topic, but it didn't stop us from having two girls join us. Welcome aboard Alexis and Mandi!

Our secondary this week was the incendiary topic of caffeine. We drink more than we should (and eat apparently -- there really is lots of caffeine in chocolate. No lie).

Vote in TWO new polls this week!

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Monday, August 30, 2010

Podcast 21: Footnotes

Okay, you'll have to listen carefully to this one, because we say some really profound stuff (but mostly because it sounds like we're behind a closed bathroom door).

This week the topic was supposed to be Micah and Jonah, but we probably spent most of the time discussing the merits of scripture footnotes that only lead to the topical guide.

We wrap up with a cute discussion about techno-gossip.

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Micah 6:9

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Podcast 20: Job

Alright here's the deal. We talked about Job this week. We should have talked more, but I forgot to read up on stuff. If you have any comments about Job, please post them.

Check out this cartoon. Click on it to make it bigger.

Also we talked about laughter and humor. Should we cease from all laughter?

Check out the talk called "A Serious Look at Humor" by Peter B. Rawlins. I think I said it was from General Conference but it's actually a New Era article from 1974. The New Era is a pretty sweet magazine. I especially like some of the fiction in there because there's some subtle romance sometimes.

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Monday, August 16, 2010

Podcast 19: Turn

We really had a full house this time around! Yay! Besides the three of us, we had our old lady, Alexis, plus our old friends (now married) Adam and Laura! Also Pete's parents voiced themselves a little behind the scene.

Ecclesiastes. It's not just where the lyrics to "Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There is a Season)" are from (although I think we never actually mentioned the title of the song in the podcast).

Why are Mormons Republicans? We attempt to answer that. We don't succeed. Special thanks to Laura for being a Democrat in on the discussion. Special thanks to Pete for predictably being a Republican. Semi thanks to the rest of us who just tried to find their way.

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Monday, August 9, 2010

Podcast 18: Tunnel

Perhaps this podcast should have been called "Opening Remarks." We did a lot of housecleaning, so your patience is appreciated. Rhett spoke in church, Rhett had a birthday, Jon tried out a different ward, we responded to emails and we responded to our first batch of audio questions. Pretty packed. Plus there were all the tangents. Oh the tangents! Oh the humanity!

Anyway, anybody know anything about Hezekiah? If you answered anything less than "Mmmm, a bit" then prepare to have your mind grapes blown with Hezekiah knowledge.

We skipped out on our second topic this week, since podcast announcements took longer than our actual first topic.

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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Podcast 17: Bald

Elijah, Elisha. I still think it's weird that their names are so similar. Not only did we complete the Eli epic, but we dabbled a little in heaven as a motivation for goodness vs. goodness for its own sake. I think we talked about a bunch of other stuff too, but what we were supposed to talk about was Elisha and his mantle -- which we did.

Also, tithing. How much should you pay? How much do you pay? What if you're paid in food? How do you get 2.75 chickens into one of those grey envelopes?

As an added added bonus if you listen all the way to the end you'll be able to hear the spiritual conversation we have before every podcast to get us ready for what we'll eventually discuss.

Also, I tried to get rid of some of the background ceiling fan noise, so I eliminated some of the audio in the 160-200 Hz range using an artificial graphic equalizier. What do you think? Is that frequency range a good one to eliminate?

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Monday, July 26, 2010

Podcast 16: Voice

Rhett was gone this week, but we were able to talk to another Sunday school teacher in the form of repeat guest Laura! The life, power and attitude of Elijah was this week's topic.

On the secondary we took advantage of Laura being around by discussing hymns in slightly more detail than we did before.

We wrapped things up with a very fun (for Jon) rendition of The Hymn Game!

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Sunday, July 18, 2010

Podcast 15: ...oboam

Chatting about Rehoboam and Jeroboam which one would you follow? Check out the new poll!

Click here for "What Every Elder Should Know."

Doctrine & Covenants 84:38 -- And he that receiveth my Father receiveth my Father’s kingdom; therefore all that my Father hath shall be given unto him.

Also read page 67 of the OT student manuel -- the one with Daniel in the lion's den on the front.

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Also: remember Peter's birthday.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Podcast 14: Wisdom

I think our exhaustion after watching the World Cup final is very apparent. Here's a fun game -- see how many "ums," "you knows" and "likes" you can count during the course of the podcast. Being tired didn't stop us from setting a new record in podcast length. Perhaps you should listen to this one in stages (or more stages than usual).

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Sunday, July 4, 2010

Podcast 13: Praise

Peter and Jon talk Psaltry. We talked a lot about the hymns. Surely we'll talk more about hymns as an official second topic soon.

And speaking of the second topic, happy 4th of July everybody (unless of course you're from a different country).

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Also: I'm trying something new this week. I'm not editing it. I'm pretty much just taking the audio file and posting it as is (which is practically what I do anyway). In short, I'm not listening to the thing after it's done. If there's a problem with the audio, let me know.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Podcast 12: David

Alternate title for this week's rodcast: "Humorically."

David's downfall: how far down was it exactly?

Why do priesthood holders in a single student ward need to learn about mothers educating their children in the home?

Ought the Song of Solomon be solemnized?

Were the New Testament wise men Chinese guys, Nephites or some of Santa's elves?

Will The Iron Rodcast survive through the World Cup?

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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Podcast 11: Jonathan

This week we welcomed special guest Maria!

Sunday school this past week dealt with the story of Jonathan and David. Full disclosure: Jonathan is actually my first name. I hardly ever use it to the fullest though. Too many syllables. Fun fact: Jon Stewart was also named Jonathan when he was born. True story.

Priesthood meeting was taught by Rhett this week and we do a mild re-cap of that.

Of course the big highlight of the Rodcast is Maria's take on women in the church. Certainly the Rodcast deserved to be named "Women" this week, but it's sort of Rodcast tradition to be named after the Sunday school lesson (plus I can never pass up an opportunity to promote my own name). It went a bit long, but quite informative and engaging. As an added bonus we discussed why we tend to leave the room when women speak in General Conference.

As mentioned earlier, this one is really long. Apologies to everyone who prefers them short. Hopefully you'll be able to listen in shifts and eventually hear the whole thing.

Comments are welcome and expected (and also slightly feared, but don't worry about that)!

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Sunday, June 13, 2010

Podcast 10: Diligence

Just Peter and Jon this time around. Unfortunately, even though there were two of us, we still approached an hour.

This week's Sunday school lesson was Lesson 22 -- "The Lord Looketh on the Heart." We mostly talked about Saul and not David. Perhaps next week we'll get into David a little.

As a bonus we not only touched on home teaching slightly, but we also went over Pete's talk that he gave in church!

All this and brownies!

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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Podcast 9: Eli

Running long again, but quite interesting. If you don't listen completely in one session, continue listening over the course of a couple of days. We got some good stuff goin' on here.

We had hymn specialist Laura on board for certainly not the last time.

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Vote in the poll!

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Podcast 8: Gleaning

We've shortened this one a bit by ONLY talking about what happened at church today... but it ran long again.

Today's topic is the one about Ruth and Hannah. Also we chatted a bit of marriage, because our bishop gave us the annual reminder this week.

Also, Alexis graced us with her presence and Happy Meal toys.

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EDIT: Also notice that we've put a poll up. Vote in it!

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Podcast 7: Awareness

This week's lesson is number... whatever the one with Samson is in. Looks like 19.

Also, Peter and Rhett briefly discuss the proper method of passing the sacrament and passing the roll in class. They neglected to discuss the concept of non-priesthood holders passing the roll around.

Jon was gone, so apparently half the length of the podcast was gone as well.

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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Podcast 6: Joshin'

This week we had the fortune of having Alexis help out. Nice to have the girl perspective on the show -- even though by definition it's always wrong. Kidding! Kidding!

This week's Sunday school lesson is #18: "Be Strong and of a Good Courage."

Also, we talked about what to wear (and what not to wear) to church. Interesting stuff. Please comment on it here on the blog or email us your comments to

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My apologies to Watterson

Monday, May 10, 2010

Podcast 5: Remember

Discussed today: Lesson 17 "Beware Lest Thou Forget."

ALSO! Our super big conversation on Mormon movies we like and dislike. If you really love those movies they show in the JSMB, this may not be the podcast for you.

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EDIT: PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE! If anybody out there has a copy of the 70s recording of "Saturday's Warrior" please give it to Jon. He wants it.

Peter's in charge next week so email him about what you wanna talk about (

(Hey, also take note of the list of topics we've put over on the left side of the page!)

Monday, May 3, 2010

Podcast 4: Quails

This week we discussed OT lesson 15: "Look to God and Live."

Also we had a wondrous discussion about the merits of the Church program known as Especially for Youth. Pete was in a ball whimpering the whole time.

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Also, here are a couple of visual aids to help you get through this one. Pete was talking about the geography of the Exodus, which we can see right here:

Also, here's the amazing graph Pete drew as we were talking about the spiritual merits of EFY:

Next week we'll probably be discussing lesson 17: "Beware, Lest Thou Forget." Check out the teacher's instruction here.

ALSO: we'll probably be discussing our favorite and least favorite Mormon movies! Should be way way fun.

Monday, April 26, 2010

Podcast 3: Stakey

Just Pete and Jon for this one, but only one of us went to stake conference... place your bets!

This one was quicker. We just summed up some stake conference stuff. Plus there was a little legitimate insight too.

Be sure to listen all the way to the end so that you can hear Jon's temple rant.

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Oh btw, forgot to mention the best comment by our listener Jake from last time! Why not change Rhett's name to James? Then it would be Peter, James and Jon. Middle name's Jensen. What if we went by PeterJensenJon?

Bbttww, we are now on iTunes! Audio manna! If you EVER use iTunes, click here to subscribe to the podcast. Doing so allows iTunes to download future Iron Rodcasts automatically.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Podcast 2: Loud

This week we had a guest speaker in Sunday School so we discussed (kvetched) about that and the whole idea of guest speakers in Sunday School.

We also had a very surface discussion about the geography of The Book of Mormon and Jon threw a curveball non-topic non-question at Pete and Rhett.

Rhett compiled a huge huge list of stuff he WANTS to discuss.

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Saturday, April 17, 2010

Podcast 1: Genesis

It's here! It's the Genesis Podcast!

For this one we discussed The Ten Commandments as well as our favorite moments from conference -- plus tons of random stuff.

For this one it was Jon, Pete and Rhett.

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