The NonSequitur Showactive
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Kyle Curtis
NonSequitur is a Podcast crafted by an uncommon philosophy, where bold Ideas are righteous, unique perspectives are gospel and where strong opinions are sacred. Kyle Curtis and Steve McRae's style of optimistic-sarcasm balances entertainment with information designed to open minds and provoke thought. Each episode features interviews with fascinating and inspirational guests that are making an impact within our social, political or religious culture. While most consider these issues taboo, Nonsequitur defiantly showcases them in passionate debates between leading experts on controversial issues. The result is a podcast unapologetic in it's audacity and relentless in it's originality.
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147 Available Episodes (147 Total)Average duration: 01:45:50
Mar 22 | 01:54:52
Episode 147: Conspiracy: Shannon Q. has a Conversation with RussianVids
Mar 21 | 02:44:33
Episode 146: The Steve and Duke Aftermath
Mar 20 | 02:03:37
Episode 145: Resurrected? A Debate on the Empty Tomb | D.M. Spence vs Steven Worthey
Mar 18 | 01:44:38
Episode 144: DEBATE: How Atheism/Agnosticism Are & Should Be Used || Steve McRae VS The Duke
Mar 16 | 01:49:28
Episode 143: Platforming Controversy: Why Discussion is Better than Dismissal
Mar 14 | 02:17:31
Episode 142: The Impact of Slavery | JF Gariepy vs Sykopathiest
Mar 08 | 02:11:54
Episode 141: Redneck Atheism vs Dodge-ianity | Cult of Dusty vs SkyOut
Mar 07 | 02:26:11
Episode 140: Human Origins: Created or Evolved? | A Discussion w/ Aron Ra and Dr. Grady McMurtry
Mar 05 | 01:56:30
Episode 139: Should The US Issue Reparations For Its Role in Slavery? A Multi-Viewer Discussion
Mar 02 | 01:34:24
Episode 138: The Night Kyle Broke | Pastor Sylvester Williams ft. Jackson Wheat
Mar 06, 2018 by Dave Dallafior

I’ve listened to it 4 times and still haven’t had enough.

Great show!
Mar 06, 2018 by Thomas Westbrook

The NonSequitor show goes above and beyond. The Kent Hovind vs. Aron Ra showdown was epic!

A New Voice For a Community That Has Become Divided.
Mar 05, 2018 by Tony Reed

I first experienced this channel as an invite to a discussion. I had no idea what to expect, so I was pleasantly surprised to see how Steve McRae deftly handles divisive issues. This is not to say he has no biases, they certainly are there, but he handles discussions with an interesting compromise between allowing all opinions to be heard, allowing all opinions to be questioned, and a propensity to stay out of the discussion and let ideas flow. Because of this, Influential voices like AronRa, King Crocoduck, and Kent Hovind, who don't all agree, feel confident enough to present their ideas openly and honestly. Definitely worth a listen and a subscription just to avoid some of the best debates on Youtube.

Great conversations with interesting people
Mar 05, 2018 by Heretic Woman

Steve and Kyle do a great job of being fair with everyone, even people they disagree with. They put a lot of work into what they do and it shows. Great conversations and very interesting guests!

Great discussions with interesting people from across the board that will captivate the open-minded.
Mar 05, 2018 by FineMan

I ran across this show on twitter and gave the first episode a try. It's less than a week later now and I've plowed through several more trying to catch up on all their content. I especially enjoyed the discussions with Kent Hovind, or "Dr. Dino". The hosts did a great job moderating and remaining fair and unbiased while no allowing either side to question-dodge as best they could. They also have a YouTube stream so you can tap into some of these discussions with the added visual dimension. This was great with Aron Ra, whose entertaining physical presence is only eclipsed by the enthusiastic machine-gun delivery of pertinent scientific facts. Not all episodes are so emotionally charged, and I enjoy the fluid dialogue that the show presents when the guests have more congenial relationships. I'm definitely staying subscribed to this one.

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