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  1. We speak with Seth Andrews, Host of The Thinking Atheist. His new book is out, and you can hear about it here.<br /><br /><a href="http://www.amazon.com/Deconverted-Journey-Religion-Seth-Andrews/dp/1478716568/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1355583937&sr=1-1&keywords=deconverted" target="_blank">Deconverted: A Journey From Religion to Reason</a><br /><br /><a href="http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thethinkingatheist" target="_blank">The Thinking Atheist Podcast</a><br /><br /><a href=" " target="_blank">The Story of
  2. <p>We speak with Seth Andrews, Host of The Thinking Atheist. His new book is out, and you can hear about it here.</p> <p><a href="http://www.amazon.com/Deconverted-Journey-Religion-Seth-Andrews/dp/1478716568/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1355583937&sr=1-1&keywords=deconverted"target="_blank">Deconverted: A Journey From Religion to Reason</a></p> <p><a href="http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thethinkingatheist"target="_blank">The Thinking Atheist Podcast</a></p> <p><a href=" " target="_blank">The Story of
  3. Why are religious moralists so preoccupied with sex? Attitudes on sexuality are far more predictive of religiosity than attitudes on charity, social justice or any other measure. Religious scriptures abound with rules and restrictions aimed at controlling women's sexuality in particular. Is the current religious obsession with sex just an unfortunate result of religion's male-dominated history or are there deeper forces at work? On this episode the doubtcasters review recent studies which illuminate possible procreative strategies underpinning religious patriarchy. Also on this episode: the s
  4. Why are religious moralists so preoccupied with sex? Attitudes on sexuality are far more predictive of religiosity than attitudes on charity, social justice or any other measure. Religious scriptures abound with rules and restrictions aimed at controlling women's sexuality in particular. Is the current religious obsession with sex just an unfortunate result of religion's male-dominated history or are there deeper forces at work? On this episode the doubtcasters review recent studies which illuminate possible procreative strategies underpinning religious patriarchy. Also on this episode: the s
  5. Host: Chris Mooney When we last had Bill McKibben on this show in 2010, I was mainly treating him as another bestselling science author—one who happens to focus on climate change. Well. Something kinda big happened in the intervening years, and McKibben has become, simply put, the country's leading environmental spokesman and advocate through his organization 350.org. From protests against the Keystone XL pipeline to, most recently, his "Do the Math" tour, rallying of college students to call for their universities to divest from fossil fuel companies... McKibben now speaks for a stunning
  6. Stick to your beliefs, or else what do you stand for? http://t.co/4HtO6iFg

  7. The Most Miserable Time of the Year: By Klym ~ While I like Andy William's classic song, which I perverted for t... http://t.co/JrHDSFQw

  8. Just Not Good Enough!: By DOswalt ~ I am currently enrolled in a Bible College in Texas after having grown up in... http://t.co/KMSKEz3Q

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    #791: News

    Matt Dillahunty and Jen Peeples. News. Jen discusses an upcoming Supreme Court decision and a West Point cadet's rights. View the full article
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    #791: News

    Matt Dillahunty and Jen Peeples. News. Jen discusses an upcoming Supreme Court decision and a West Point cadet's rights. View the full article
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    #791: News

    Matt Dillahunty and Jen Peeples. News. Jen discusses an upcoming Supreme Court decision and a West Point cadet's rights. View the full article
  12. Why a Young Humanist Cadet Walked Away from West Point http://t.co/sl4huOKK

  13. White Wine in the Sun: By Tim Minchin ~ Timothy David "Tim" Minchin (born 7 October 1975) is an Australian-Brit... http://t.co/PyxwuMYV

    1. noob

      noob

      This is my favorite seasonal song!

  14. I Really Like Christmas: By Aspieguy (formally known as Danimal) ~ I like Christmas.I enjoy everything about it:... http://t.co/7u2EpUug

    1. Serendipity Rose

      Serendipity Rose

      Thanks for posting that here, Dave. :)

  15. Host: Indre Viskontas Because we live in an uncertain world, we arm ourselves with facts to gain a sense of control and therefore some modicum of comfort. We know that the sun will rise tomorrow even though it disappears tonight. But what happens when facts, those bits of information that we believed captured some fundamental truth about our world, are shown to be no longer true? With the exponential rise in our knowledge about our universe comes a tsunami of data overturning what we once thought we knew with complete certainty. Are there patterns that emerge from this wasteland of myths that
  16. Matt Dillahunty with guest Darrel Ray. Sex and God. Guest Dr. Darrell Ray talks about sex and god. View the full article
  17. Matt Dillahunty with guest Darrell Ray. Sex and God. Guest Dr. Darrell Ray talks about sex and god. View the full article
  18. Matt Dillahunty with guest Darrel Ray. Sex and God. Guest Dr. Darrell Ray talks about sex and god. View the full article
  19. <p>Alison Rose left the Catholic Church and now writes a sex-positive blog.</p> <p><a href="http://www.cominguprose.com/">Comingup Rose – Allison’s blog</a></p> <div class="feedflare"> <a href="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/LivingAfterFaith?a=S1vi7UQyFUc:Ro2eosQjYao:yIl2AUoC8zA"><imgsrc="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/LivingAfterFaith?d=yIl2AUoC8zA" border="0"></img></a> <a href="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/LivingAfterFaith?a=S1vi7UQyFUc:Ro2eosQjYao:63t7Ie-LG7Y"><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/Livin
  20. Host: Chris Mooney One of the first people I ever got to know in skepticism was Steven Novella. He was a professor at Yale, just starting out as an organized skeptic—I was a student, just getting fired up about the same stuff. Since then, Steve has become hugely successful as a skeptic leader and as a communicator of skeptical ideas, particularly when it comes to his area of specialty, alternative medicine. And one thing I've always noticed about him over the years is his unending capacity to consider what really works to promote skepticism and critical thinking, and what doesn't—and to ad
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