Monthly Archives: May 2013

Podcast #178 – Woolwich

                  A pair of homegrown terrorists murder a British soldier in broad daylight in Woolwich, UK. They say they’re motivated by the teachings of Islam, and some refuse to condemn the act. … Continue reading

Posted in atheism, islam, news, podcast, religion | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Wolf, Wolf, Wolf

Never bring a knife to a gun fight. And never ask somebody on-air about God unless you’re sure they’re not an atheist: It coulda been worse. She could have said she thanked God for sending the killer tornado so that … Continue reading

Posted in atheism, humor | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Generation Atheist on ChatBasket

You may recall that back in podcast #171 we interviewed Dan Riley, author of the new book Generation Atheist, which tells the personal narratives of 25 people who found truth and meaning by fleeing religion. Dan was recently interviewed on an … Continue reading

Posted in atheism, books, interviews | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Podcast #177 – Trouble in Lumpkin County

There’s trouble in Lumpkin County, with a capital T that rhymes with P and that stands for Prayer! At least fifty students and four teachers at Lumpkin County High School (north of Atlanta) ditched class for SIX HOURS to participate … Continue reading

Posted in children, christianity, civil rights, podcast, religion, religious rights | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Podcast #176 – Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia

We interview Susan Gerbic, coordinator of Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia, an international team of writers and editors whose goal is to ensure that skeptical topics on Wikipedia are fair, accurate, and have the level of detail they deserve. Those interested … Continue reading

Posted in children, interviews, podcast, religion, skepticism | Tagged , , | Leave a comment