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Mormon Matters

Posted: Mar 15, 2012


Mormon Matters is weekly podcast exploring Mormon culture and current events.  In this episode, host Dan Wotherspoon and panelists Tyson Jacobsen, Lincoln Cannon, and Christopher Bradford discuss the future impact of technological advancements, along with several other major themes in Transhumanist debates. They discuss the relevance of religion in a world increasingly dominated by science and secularism, and they pay particular attention to how Mormon and other religious concepts and terms can be given new life when informed by Transhumanist themes.


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