In this month’s audio podcast, listen to Jes Constantine and guest interviewer, Todd Stiefel, speak with Justin Griffith about his experience as an atheist in the U.S. Army and, more specifically, about failing the Spiritual Fitness component of the Comprehensive Soldier Fitness test and turning that experience into a freethought activist opportunity with Rock Beyond Belief. Also: don’t forget to celebrate Darwin Day this February 12th! Happy Birthday, Charles!
Links from this month’s episode:
Rock Beyond Belief: RockBeyondBelief.com
Fort Bragg’s Military Atheists and Secular Humanists (M.A.S.H): meetup.com
Triangle Freethought Society: TriangleFreethoughtSociety.org
Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers: MAAF.info
Steifel Freethought Foundation: SteifelFreethoughtFoundation.org
International Darwin Day Foundation: DarwinDay.org
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Music from this month’s episode (in order of appearance):
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Humanist Hour interview with ‘foxhole atheist’ Justin Griffith
January 28, 2011 by Leave a Comment
The American Humanist Association’s monthly podcast, the Humanist Hour, interviewed me about Rock Beyond Belief, Spiritual Fitness, and the Soldier Fitness Tracker. Jes Constantine has been running the show for many years, and is now joined by Todd Stiefel, of the Stiefel Freethought Foundation as co-host. We had a great time, and the masterful editing by Jes greatly enhanced the flow. Music from our artists are intertwined effortlessly while somehow remaining contextually relevant to the conversation. I’m thoroughly impressed, and I highly recommend this to anyone wanting to have a taste of what Rock Beyond Belief will be like.
From AHA’s Humanist Hour: