Ironically, the biggest issue this show has is that it's barely tolerable, amid the incessant virtue signalling and intolerant social justice warring.
I get that the atheist community shares some similarities with other marginalized groups, but it doesn't mean all of those other groups' concerns are also directly relevant to theism and theistic edutainment.
It's why the rich diversity of thought, personality, and talent abandoned the show in a 2019 mass exodus. It's why other shows like the once enjoyable Talk Heathen became unlistenable sjw tripe. Their varied hosts were the envy of every online show and reason behind the success of Axp.
Now, we're left with a dollar and change of hosts; Matt being the full dollar, and the myriad others (to be generous) mere amateur Matt imitators adding their two cents each.
Sadly, even the admittedly brilliant Matt is too omnipresent, and often seems to equivocate his many peripheral social views with the same irrefutable, immovable grounding of his theistic stances, to the point that should any caller step on (or even near) one those many sjw landmines and deviate from Matt's own views, the caller is immediately disqualified from participating in a discussion of theism; written off as some mentally unfit or ignorant fool incapable of or at least absent any reason. That, or callers are quickly dismissed because Matt already has a Patreon video on the topic somewhere else on the internet; again a one way conversation.
Nearing my limit of tolerating the intolerance. What made this show great was diversity of host and guest. What once helped me was solid, consistent teaching of reason, not trendy identity politics or theatrical histrionics.