heretic /ˈherəˌtik/ noun - A person holding an opinion at odds with what is generally accepted.
Apostate, radical, heretic. Call them what you want, but... what if they’re right? Introducing Heretics, our brand new original series featuring the thought leaders who aren’t afraid to color outside the lines.
You might not agree with them, but you can’t afford to ignore them. Because heretics have the power to change the world.
The case for the occult
An alternative spirituality historian explains why you should rethink religion.
All Episodes (17)
“The future we want to build is impossible if important ideas are deemed too heretical.”
Twitter saved her from Westboro Baptist Church. Now she has a message for how we bridge the divide of modern America.
White hat hacker Evan Booth found an unconventional way to expose the TSA’s failing “security.”
This hypnotherapist claims he can replicate the feeling of cocaine, alcohol, and even sex within anyone’s mind.
“I spent 10 years at Google… I think we should be able to start new countries as easily as we start companies today.”
This consciousness researcher claims people can influence the physical world with their minds. If he’s right, it would upend our notion of reality.