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An American Atheist
26 minutes | 6 years ago
Tom Manger of the Secular Coalition for California
Tom talks to the Legislative Chair for the Secular Coalition of California Tom Manger on atheist political representation in America and abroad, and what can be done to help.
31 minutes | 7 years ago
Noah Lugeons hosts The Scathing Atheist, a straight-to-the-point, explicit language-bearing show by atheists for atheists. Tom interviews Noah to explore the appeal of this particular brand of atheism.
44 minutes | 7 years ago
Tom chats with The Atheist Experience host and public speaker Matt Dillahunty.
50 minutes | 7 years ago
Israel/Palestine: Is religion really the problem?
Robin, Chris Lazare, and Tom sit down to tackle the question: what role does religion really play in the Israel/Palestine conflict? Why is it incorrect to consider the conflict centuries old? Listen in as we explore this divisive and important issue.
32 minutes | 7 years ago
The Historicity of Jesus with David Fitzgerald
Tom sits down with author and speaker David Fitzgerald to discuss the historicity of Jesus and other topics.
32 minutes | 7 years ago
Burwell v. Hobby Lobby
Robin Marie, Chris Lazare, and Christopher Thielen discuss the Supreme Court ruling of Burwell v. Hobby Lobby and what its implications are for women, health care, atheism, and corporate personhood. Burwell v. Hobby Lobby [wikipedia.org] Supreme Court Broadens Hobby Lobby Ruling to All Forms of Birth Control [motherjones.com] Danger sign: The Supreme Court has already expanded Hobby Lobby decision [latimes.com] The Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby Decision [whitehouse.gov]
22 minutes | 7 years ago
Interview with ‘The Unbelievers’ Director Gus Holwerda
Tom sits down with “The Unbelievers” documentary director Gus Holwerda to discuss the experience of following Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss around the world in debate circuits as well as the experience of interviewing other well-known atheists. Be sure to check out the documentary on iTunes, Amazon, and elsewhere.
30 minutes | 7 years ago
Interview with Supreme Court Plaintiff Linda Stephens
A little more than a week ago, the Supreme Court declared in a 5-4 decision that prayer was legal at the start of government meetings in the town of Greece, New York. The lawsuit was filed by residents Linda Stephens and Susan Galloway, arguing the prayers violated the Establishment Clause. Tom Beasley spoke with plaintiff Linda Stephens about the history of this lawsuit and her thoughts and feelings about the ruling. A transcript of the interview is available at anamericanatheist.org.
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