That ritualized complicity episode though!
I am in love with both Amy and Steve
What a wonderful, insightful and hilarious podcast. It’s full of the conversations you wish you could sit down with all your friends and have. Always so so so so good.
I grew up in a really extreme Brazilian evangelical community. I always felt like a misfit both in my community and in the “secular world”. This podcast is so cathartic. Thank you!
Insightful, deep and hilarious!
Amy Miller is the Love of Your Life
This podcast is the best thing you've never heard, and Amy Miller is a gd queen.
I used to really love this show. Then Amy just couldn’t stop doing shows in the middle of a pandemic. Sad when the people you look up to are part of the problem :(
Great insights, love the TOP 3 tenets.
Listen to this podcast if you want to laugh while reimagining what spirituality/faith could be.
Carl Thomas Gladstone
Great God Pod!
The podcast is great. Amy is funny and thoughtful. Full disclosure: she is my friend and I have been a guest on the show, but I wanted to be BECAUSE the podcast is great and Amy is funny and thoughtful. Please enjoy!
Jesus who else
Dumb question, because like everyone I bone Jesus every night and he is the ultimate bottom. Some people just don’t realize it’s only Jesus that takes your sweet loads he comes in every forms it’s Jesus Jesus Jesus!
I’m into it. Amy please do some shows in Phoenix.
I found you in August and wanted to start from the beginning so as not to miss out on anything. I just caught up today!!!! I am so excited. I am a mental health specialist, and former LIcensed Christian Counselor. After seeing clients who were so broken because of what their family and/or church had taught them was an eye opener. I no longer align myself with "Christians" however I"m still not sure where I stand on that. This podcast has been fun and enlightening. Lots of laugh out loud moments. I like the duo and feel like i't's a better flow than when you were 3. Plus, MIchael always seemed to need to clear his throat which was annoying. :) Amy i wanted to see you in Spokane last weekend but got snowed in here in North Idaho. Next time!!! Thanks for the great podcast.
Great personalities and content
Love this podcast! I lost my faith in 2018, and I’ve been slowly discovering others who have been through something similar. Amy and Steve have a great rapport, fun personalities, and interview really well. They’re a delight.
4 out of 5, but feedback included!
I know that nearly each episode you ask for only 5 stars, but that actually encouraged me to think through my feedback. This is an awesome concept and a mostly awesome podcast. At times the hosts opinions are polarizing and I don’t always feel that you two think deeply on the array of folks that comprise your audience. I have a masters degree and hope you choose to pursue further studies if you decide that is the way you’d like to go. There’s a few other topics that I cringe at when they come up. Lately, I find that you lose sight on the topic you’re tackling (whatever the hell people believe in) and I hope that you can continue to dig deeper on that with your guests. I still miss your 3rd host (will he ever drop in??) but do really appreciate this podcast. Hoping that you take this as honest appreciation for the topic and hopefully I can catch you guys on a tour to Austin. Thank you for all that you do.
This podcast is amazing the combination of religion and comedy is perfect!! I now want to be a stand up comedian and also a preacher?! 🧐 anyways awesome show y’all keep up the great work!!
One of my favorites!
Who’s Your God? has quickly become one of my favorite podcasts. Whether you believe in something or nothing you will find that there is a lot to love about this podcast. I found this podcast through the episode with Jeremy Bolm and through Steve’s other excellent pod “Views from the Vista”. The god squad always explore a variety of interesting topics, and always find ways to make me laugh while I’m thinking about life’s biggest questions. A must listen!!!
Mike M. 1995
I love the show.
I don’t know what to say. Love the theme song and chemistry. Big fan of the inside-baseball about comedy. 🐇
I enjoy the hosts and guests. It’s great to hear people discuss this topic openly. It’s odd more people don’t. It religion is a very sensitive thing. Only thing I dislike is the theme song. Starts and ends each episode with slightly annoyed vibes but it goes away quickly. Highly recommended
WYG? is my new nightly ritual
I’m a nonbeliever recovering from a New Agey childhood and can’t get enough of the Who’s Your God? hosts, guests, and conversations. My three tenants: 1) everyone completes a year of service 2) we worship volcanoes or space or anything else that makes us feel small 3) don’t look to Jenny McCarthy for medical advice.
Just found this podcast and I'm starting from the first episode on... THANK GOD and Amy Miller for this honest discussion of all things God!
I love you guys. Also, Steve has the BEST laugh!!
I listen RELIGIOUSLY
This is one of the few podcasts I keep up with weekly. Love the comedy to wash down ideologies, and the inside look at the stand up comedy world. Good job WYG! Give them tips via Amy’s tip jar at ko-fi .com/amymiller.
Cool theme song
Found this via another great podcast (Views from the Vista), funny discussions about interesting topics, the Steph Tolev episode is hilarious, love it!
One of my fave comedy podcasts
Love the premise of this podcast. Steve, Amy, and their guests always have interesting discussions that make you think—plus they're super funny and entertaining. Great stuff.
Katy from the Coven
Heck of a Good Time!
This is definitely a weekly hoot! Met Steve at a Santa Ana comedy night, took the wifey and family down for a good time. Chilled for a bit and he is super nice and charming. Amy is so awesome on the show and I can’t wait to meet her next. This will open your mind no matter what you believe in, while taking you on a twisted hilarious ride with a dash of dark humor. Thanks for making my commute to work so awesome!
I discovered this podcast because Amy is a regular guest on Doug Loves Movies, and I wanted to check it out. I love Amy’s voice and laugh. Amy is a great interviewer, and Steve has a unique perspective, so I appreciate him, too.
This is what I need right now, I’ve lost my way and this is helping act as a compass to get me back on the way to recovery through spiritualism. I hope everyone who loves comedy finds this pod
Binge worthy goodness! Love this show, so we’ll done. Makes you think, laugh and feel better. The world is tough and listening to the struggles of the hosts and the guests makes me feel better. We are all just doing our best and we should be able to laugh at the ridiculousness, this helps.
Smarmy skeptic’s review
I’m not a believer in much more than laughing at the absurdity of all the meaningless. That said, this podcast is great for anyone interested in exploring the relationship between the comfort of belief, the dread of realization, and how funny it can all be. Who’s Your God proves it’s much better to hang with cool, open believers than with smarmy skeptics any day of the week.
Love Amy Miller and this is a really thoughtful lusteb
I first hear Amy on DLM and enjoy her a lot. This is not a comedy podcast, but the conversations are extremely interesting. I love hearing about people’s experiences with religion and reflections. The chat can be surprisingly insightful given the light vibe.
The conversations are interesting, the guests are diverse, and the hosts bring so much perspective to faith, lapsed faith, and abandoned faith. Amy Miller is a goddess.
A Hilarious Exploration of Spirituality
Please listen if you are unsure of your current spirituality. The levity and sincerity of Amy and Steve help to make a difficult discussion topic more accessible to people who have been force fed religion or neglected their own spiritual self. As a Christian, raised in the Baptist church, this has been incredibly helpful in changing perceptions of other beliefs and opening a somewhat closed mindset. Thank you Amy for creating this podcast.
Fantastic Mix of blasphemous and sacred
Listen and laugh and learn.
Beautiful balance of honest truth and humor. I seriously adore this pod!
Listening is like hanging with my friends if my friends were funny! Jk my friends rule. Also I loooove Steve’s laugh!!!! 🤣🤣😎😎
DD~ Beauty Lounge
Had never heard of this podcast, but was excited, as an avid fan of what’s your sign, that my third fav host Lisa Chanoux would be on. Checked out the ep, and thought it was great. Keep up the good work!
Doing the Lord's Work - No Matter if One Believes or Not
This episode solidified my opinion that the "Who's Your God?" podcast is doing God's work. I have received so much more out of this particular episode with Rev. Bill Bond then I have out of 30 years of attending church. You guys are doing an expectional job at keeping it real and asking the questions that are taboo to ask at church or to my southern african-american grandma. No matter if you are a skeptic or a dyed-in-the-wool deep southern baptist (from the dirty-dirty south); this Podcast is exceptional and a piece of art. Stay encouraged Amy, Steve, and John Michael !
If I Die Before I Wake
Look, if my Cancer comes back with a vengeance, I slip on a banana peel in the shower and break my neck, a serial killer decides I'm the one, or I just go peacefully in my sleep, I want my soul to be guided to the other side by Amy Miller, Steve Hernandez, and John Michael Bond. This is not your momma's evangelical dogma sundae, or a hatefest of Biblical diarrhea. This is an honest conversation about The Thing that simultaneously brings people together while tearing them apart. And to answer the theme song's question, "You tryin' to tell me Jesus Christ can't hit a curve ball?" Not if Durga is the pitcher, or that's at least what I heard on Twitter.
A lot of podcasts I have to “be in the mood for”, but I’m always “in the mood” for Who’s your God 👌🏻
bless this pod 🙏
As a Catholic school reject, I love the discussions these 3 have on religion and all the mysticism of the world. They continually have great guests and Amy Miller is my new crush. ☺️
WYG Every Week. Fresh, Funny, Necessary
I have been listenting to WYG since the beginning. Any Christian needs to hear this fresh critique of our faith. Everyone needs a chance to laugh, cry, and groan as these three remarkable hosts coax the best, funniest, and pure insights from a wide range of hosts. Sort of of like listnening to Thanksgiving after-dinner give and take without the thrown biscuits. Seriously, WYG has affected how I do ministry. John-Michael is my favorite, but don't ask me to pick the funniest of Amy, Steve, and John-Michael. I do thing we are due for a Julia, Adam, and Emily "Our Side of the Story" show.
The only non-murder podcast I like
When I was eight, one of the teachers at my weird church cult school made us write on an index card and then turn into her a few lines about when we had accepted Jesus. Don’t remember what I wrote. Do remember she gave it to my dad who loved it. He shouldn’t have, cuz it was lies. Religion has always seemed so bonkers to me! Still, or maybe because of that childhood, I find it highly enjoyable to talk about religion, to think about religion, to listen to people talk about religion. I really like these three smart and funny and thoughtful people and their guests talking about religion and life. This podcast is great.
My Official New Favorite Podcast
I was raised Christian, going to church, praise team, youth group, VBS, etc., so I had an immediate connection with this podcast as the hosts come from similar backgrounds. It’s a great mix of funny banter and substantive conversation. Some podcasts by comedians that have comedians as guests get a little too “inside baseball” but not this one. I love Amy Miller she’s a great listener, asks great questions, and she’s also super funny and smart. The guys are great too. I admit, I was in it for Amy, but I just finished the ep where Steve and John hosted without Amy and it was great too. 👍👍👍
A trio of comedians who come from church backgrounds interview other comedians about religion in this perfect combination of laughter, ribaldry, and earnestness. In each episode, they ask their guests to identify the three requirements or tenets of the hypothetical church they would found. An entertaining window into the lives of stand-up comedians as well as into America’s complicated relationship with religion.
Can’t get enough
I found this cast through another one of my favorites Savage Love with Dan Savage when Amy was a guest. Since then I’ve listened to every episode and saw Amy when she was last in PDX. This podcast makes me laugh, cry and think a lot. After being raised very religiously and stepping away from my faith I’ve been tryin to figure out where I stand spiritually ever since and this podcast has really helped me process a lot of feelings and thoughts. Thank you all so much! My three rules would be: 1. Dance party or yoga at least once a week 2. Psychedelics once a year 3. Everyone must adopt a pet
Refreshing, honest and funny
This podcast hosted by very funny and real people is one my top picks! Every time I listen, I feel like I’m hanging out with these three and we’re swapping stories. Love the fresh, honest perspective they offer on life, current events, family as well as God and beliefs, of course. I grew up in the church and questioned it all as a young adult so I find this topic relatable and who else is talking about this in an open forum?
Second coming of the God squad...
I really love this podcast. I love comedy and I am also a fellow seeker of truth (whatever that means). I don’t know why, but it makes me feel at home when I listen to you guys talk about faith, love, respect, and justice. Btw, I recognize almost all of the samples in your theme song, except the kid in the beginning. What is he/she saying and where is that from? I could only think of those super cute kids in one of the last scenes of The Apostle, with Robert Duvall. Thanks for this podcast and keep searching! You make me happy.
Hilarity & Humanity
If you are looking for a podcast that features three very hilarious comedians and amazing guests that take on sometimes very serious topics with a perfect blend of hilarity and humanity, then this is the show for You. Amy, Steve, & John have conversations with folks that many are afraid to have with their own friends and family, let alone a bunch of strangers on the internet. Love the podcast. Love the hosts, and have loved every guest they have had thus far. Keep up the amazing work! Sincerely, Ron Trembath
Totally Not Ron Trembath
Excellent Podcast on Fascinating Topic
Mid way through second episode and I so love this podcast (both in concept and execution). I’m preparing to enter my 3rd and final year of seminary, pursuing the call to be a pastor. It is so very insightful and fascinating to hear people are not classmates or fellow church people share honestly, thoughtfully, and thoroughly about their own spirituality in a very personal way. Thank you, hosts, for what you are doing!
On the 7th Day, God Listened to This Podcast
Saw Amy Miller at Clusterfest and was blown away by what a clever, fun presence she has onstage. Brilliant, accessible, in-your-face material without being obnoxious and needy. Her observations are hilarious. Imagine how excited I was to find this podcast. It's like drinking at a Sunday brunch with your funniest friends. Sometimes deep, sometimes goofy, sometimes profane, sometimes profound, and always entertaining. Funny as hell! Or heaven. Or Hades. Or whatever floats your existential boat. A must listen!
The hosts, the guests, and the general premise of this podcast are incredible. Each episode humorously and curiously explores the religious background/upbringing of its guest, and poses the question, "If you were to start your own church today, what would be three tenants/practices/beliefs of your church?" There's also discussion of religion and its larger-scale political effects, but the podcast primarily focuses on personal experience. If you like to laugh and think about the mysteries of the universe and of our own existence, then you're in luck; Amy, John, and Steven will make you do both simultaneously.