I Participated In A Video Conversation On Atheist Parenting

I Participated In A Video Conversation On Atheist Parenting July 22, 2012

I just had a total blast hanging out with Kylie Sturgess, Ophelia Benson, PZ Myers, and Russell Glasser talking about atheist parenting for an hour. Forgive the echo on the audio early on, it should go away:

I would love it if you would watch the video and offer Your Thoughts!

Here are some more posts where I have explored the sorts of issues about atheism and values inculcation that I focused much of my discussion on. I am also including in these links posts about my religious upbringing and its affects on me since I discussed my extensive experience with emotionalistic religious indoctrination at religious camps:

Faith As Corruption Of Children’s Intellectual Judgment

Answering Greta: My Goals As An Atheist Writer (in this post I argue for the need for constructive non-theistic communities that inculcated values with alternative deliberateness to religious communities).

On Atheism and Parenting: An Interview With George Waye

Christopher Hitchens and Freethinking Parenting At Its Best

Before I Deconverted: Ministers As Powerful Role Models

My Fundamentalist Preacher Brother, His Kids, And Me (And “What To Do About One’s Religiously Raised Nieces and Nephews”)

Before I Deconverted: I Was A Teenage Christian Contrarian

Before I Deconverted, I Already Believed in Equality Between the Sexes

Addressing Skepticism About Atheism’s Value For Skepticism

Atheism and Tradition Building

Against Accommodationism: Religion Has NO Proper Magisterium of Its Own

Also, as usual, let me recommend you read Richard Wade’s “Ask Richard” column which often features humane, nuanced, pragmatic, sage advice about particular quandaries that atheist parents find themselves in—most involving negotiating relationships with religious relatives, spouses, or children.

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