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  1. Russell Glasser and Jeff Dee. Viewer Calls. Russell and Jeff take callers. View the full article
  2. Screwed Up, Beyond Belief -- Part X: By Ex-Pastor Dan ~ Chapter 10 - The “Blessing” of a LifetimeStanding on the... http://t.co/Fgqo7P4D

  3. Abortion As a Blessing, Grace, or Gift–--Reclaiming The Conversation about Reproductive Rights and Moral Values:... http://t.co/1413IWRp

  4. Evolution: Clearing up some misconceptions http://t.co/uK1Li5yS

  5. Departure From Faith: By DataLaForge ~ I’ve recently realized that I have been shutting people out. I have been ... http://t.co/h9oo40PT

  6. Why I left the Canadian Reformed Church http://t.co/6hCVn3mo

    1. Wings

      Wings

      Wow, I was SO EXCITED to read this! I also left the CanRC and Chuck really hits the nail on the head about the inclusive and isolationist mentality.

    2. Wings

      Wings

      Thank you for sharing... even though ex-cers of other denoms have been AWESOME, I'm grateful to read something from someone else who 'gets' our experience!

  7. Host: Chris Mooney This is our first show of 2013, and notably, we're still here. A lot of people actually thought the world was going to end at the end of last year, which, presumably, means that now it's rejoicing time. And also reflection time. Time for reflection on all the things that people are capable of believing, as well as the things that might really lead to global catastrophe someday. To help us in that process, we've invited back our expert on all things related to the world ending and not ending: Phil Plait. He needs no introduction, except to say that he's the Bad Astronome
  8. Matt Dillahunty and Tracie Harris. Argument from "Making Sense". Tracie identifies a type of argument that we hear that a claim "just makes sense," and therefore must be true. View the full article
  9. Matt Dillahunty and Tracie Harris. Argument from "Making Sense". Tracie identifies a type of argument that we hear that a claim "just makes sense," and therefore must be true. View the full article
  10. Matt Dillahunty and Tracie Harris. Argument from "Making Sense". Tracie identifies a type of argument that we hear that a claim "just makes sense," and therefore must be true. View the full article
  11. Christian Morality---Impossible?: By Selly D Paine ~ It is common to hear discourse between Christians, theists ... http://t.co/FWmOf1eX

  12. David G. McAfee, author of <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Mom-Dad-Im-Atheist-Non-believer/dp/1908675047/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1357496179&sr=8-2&keywords=mom+dad+i%27m+an+atheist" target="_blank">Mom, Dad, I'm an Atheist</a>, joins us for a lively discussion of coming out.<br /><br /><b id="internal-source-marker_0.5701344078406692" style="font-weight: normal;"><span style="background-color: white; font-family: Verdana; font-size: 15px; vertical-align: baseline; white-space: pre-wrap;"><a href="http://davidgmcafee.wordpress.com/" target="_blan
  13. <p>David G. McAfee, author of <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Mom-Dad-Im-Atheist-Non-believer/dp/1908675047/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1357496179&sr=8-2&keywords=mom+dad+i%27m+an+atheist"target="_blank">Mom, Dad, I’m an Atheist</a>, joins us for a lively discussion of coming out.</p> <p><b style="font-weight: normal;"><span style="background-color: white; font-family: Verdana; font-size: 15px; vertical-align: baseline; white-space: pre-wrap;"><a href="http://davidgmcafee.wordpress.com/"target="_blank">http://DavidGMcafee.wordpress.com/&l
  14. Welcome to Ex-C! Watch your step, please: by Astreja ~ Every once in a while, a dutiful and fervent Christian "... http://t.co/t3p6u1t1

    1. buffettphan

      buffettphan

      Excellent post! Should be required reading for all our christian guests!

    2. Deva

      Deva

      Great work Astreja!

  15. From Here To There and Back Again http://t.co/wZNWG6OQ

  16. Host: Indre Viskontas It's become almost a truism that in their spare time, skeptics tend to gravitate towards TV shows, novels and games that portray the very monsters, myths and conspiracies that they work so hard to debunk. A great story is just as entertaining to the most hardened skeptics as it is to the rest of the population. And because they are often more knowledgeable about the history of a particular monster or myth, skeptics might even enjoy fictional depictions of pet topics more than the uninitiated general public. A case in point is author and podcaster Scott Sigler, whose fas
  17. Only the Gullible Will be Saved: A sermon by the Reverend Frisbee Pettifog http://t.co/ChcvkT0f

  18. Happy Mama of the Latter Mission http://t.co/Hb1SCFXH

  19. Host: Chris Mooney We usually record Point of Inquiry at a distance. Over the phone. Skyping. But for this show, I packed up my gear and hailed a cab—to the Center for Inquiry's brand new Office of Public Policy in downtown, Washington, D.C. The Center for Inquiry is here to literally make this country listen to reason... and science. It's a sensibility that is simply in far too short of a supply in this town. So I sat down with Ronald A. Lindsay, CFI's president, and Michael De Dora, head of the Office of Public Policy, to talk about their plans to make our legislators and leaders just a
  20. Out of the Lion’s Den and into the Fiery Furnace http://t.co/EuIMuZH9

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