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Welcome back to the show! In today’s episode of the Atheist Experience, Matt Dillahunty is joined by Jim Barrows! First up is James from Canada who supposedly has scientific evidence that supports Jonah’s ability to survive in a whale’s mouth. Except it wasn’t a whale's mouth, but the stomach of a fish. Our first audience question of the show asks what the host’s opinion what the weirdest Christian denomination is. Next is Sean from UT who criticizes referencing the harm caused by Christianity throughout history because they don’t believe those who carried out that harm truly understood the bible’s teachings. Next is audience member James from TX who asks if the same criteria used to determine which books to include in the bible can be used to exclude certain books. Bob from VA thinks Atheists won’t accept that God does all of the miraculous things the caller claims he can because they willingly don’t understand. Roy from IL presents an argument for the exodus story and how this is evidence for biblical truth and the existence of a messiah. Next is Kevin from GA who believes Matt holds theists to a different burden of proof than he does himself. Kai from Israel asks how atheists can evaluate something as immoral without an objective moral authority, and if they can, why should anyone care or respect their subjective moral opinion?