SkepSun #28 (03_03_2013)

Hasa Diga Eebowai! On Freethought Radio, an atheist songwriter tells us why we should “Not Be Mad At God.” FFRF attorney Patrick Seidel updates us on government prayer controversies, as well as a victory stopping church discounts at Milwaukee’s Mexican Fiesta. Then Annie Laurie Gaylor and Dan Barker speak with Gretta Vosper, a pastor in the United Church of Canada who is now a nonbeliever and author of the bestselling book, With Or Without God: Why the way we live is more important than what we believe.  The rest of Skeptical Sunday this week is dedicated to exploring the growing number of African Americans joining the atheist, skeptical and humanist movement.  We hear a BBC-produced piece on black atheists in America. Then Leighann Lord of CFI Harlem and African Americans for Humanism talks about her journey and the mission of her organisation. Finally, we listen to  a Point of Inquiry episode from the vault, in which the director of African Americans for Humanism, Norm Allen, tells host D.J. Grothe about organized skepticism in the African-American community as well on the continent of Africa.

http://dl.dropbox.com/s/edr5ro7990fg6ux/SkepSun_03_03_2013.mp3

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2 comments

  1. Alaskan dinosuar find


    Twelve different types of dinosaurs were discovered in this area. Today most paleontology in Alaska is done around the Colville River. Some of the dinosaur bones in the Colville River contain the actual bone tissue that was in the dinosaur. In fact, many of the bones are not completely mineralized; some have been found with 50% real bone tissue.

    Note that if you search for Alaska dinosaur bones, the second link is to Ansers in Genesis (roll-eyes)

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