Podcast #183 – What You Don’t Know about Religion (but Should)

We interview Ryan Cragun, sociologist and author of What You Don’t Know about Religion (but Should) (available in hardcover and for Kindle). Ryan is also the co-author of Could I Vote for a Mormon for President? as well as the landmark study “How Secular Humanists (and Everyone Else) Subsidize Religion in the United States.” For more about Ryan Cragun, visit RyanTCragun.com.

Plus:

David and Vonda will miss it this year, but John and Allison will be at the upcoming Atlanta Star Party, Thursday, August 29, 7PM on the campus of Emory University. Guests will include astronomers Phil Plait, Nicole Gugliucci, Pamela Gay and Derek Demeter. For more visit AtlantaStarParty.com.

John will be introducing Dr. Frans de Waal (The Bonobo and the Atheist) at the Decatur Book Festival, Sunday, September 1, 5PM. For more visit DecaturBookFestival.com.

Finally, our live presentation of American Freethought will be Sunday, September 1, 10PM at Dragon*Con’s SkepTrack! For more visit SkepTrack.org. See you there!

To listen to this episode click here.

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