Hemant on WGN Radio

If you live in the Chicago area, tune in to WGN radio (720-AM) tonight at 9:00 p.m. to hear me on the Nick Digilio show!

Jim Henderson will also be making an appearance.

And if you’re walking on Michigan Avenue, feel free to wave and hold big supportive signs outside the studio window.

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  • The Unbrainwashed

    General question for Hemant regarding this blog’s readership:
    When you write the blog, do you have certain readers in mind? Namely, do you consider how the Christian readers of this site will react to your sometimes dismissive depictions of God-belief?

  • Darryl

    do you consider how the Christian readers of this site will react to your sometimes dismissive depictions of God-belief?

    How is one to be an honest atheist and not dismiss God-belief?

  • General question for Hemant regarding this blog’s readership:
    When you write the blog, do you have certain readers in mind? Namely, do you consider how the Christian readers of this site will react to your sometimes dismissive depictions of God-belief?

    The people that read this blog are predominantly atheist, but there are a respectable number of religious people who also drop by. I try not to think about the readership, actually, when posting. If it’s interesting to me, it’s up on the site. If people get offended, so be it. I try not to be gratuitous about it, but there are come things I find humorous that others don’t. Oh well. On the whole, I think it’s worked out so far.

    And as for how Christians might react to my atheism, there’s not much I can do to change that. I think everyone coming to this site expects to read what an atheist has to say, so if they’re shocked by my… um, atheism… I’m not sure that’s really my fault.

  • Mriana

    Bummer! We get WGN satellite TV, but not radio. 🙁

  • Lee

    Hmmm… so, if I should wander onto a Chrispy website, shall I inquire as to the intended audience and the perception of those outside that description?