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The Freeligion Podcast - Episode 10

This weekend, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Michael Cain of the Freeligion podcast, A podcast about Embracing Reason & Exposing Nonsense. Each episode they take on a topic or three regarding Science, Religion and just whatever grabs their attention like shiny objects and butterflies, or in this case, music, my music!

  Listen to "S02E10A Jonny Miller Interview" on Spreaker.

The first part of the podcast, we talk about my journey from Christianity to atheism, as well as my inspiration as an artist. In Part B, I perform a few live songs, and discuss what inspired the songs and the meaning behind them. I hope you enjoy, and check out more of the Freeligion podcast.

Listen to "S02E10B Jonny Miller Live Part B" on Spreaker.

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