Hear Two Interviews with Godless in Dixie (Audio/Video)

Hear Two Interviews with Godless in Dixie (Audio/Video) April 30, 2015

This week I had the honor of being interviewed on two fantastic shows, one based in Minnesota and one based in Oklahoma.

On Sunday morning I was interviewed on Atheists Talk, the weekly radio broadcast of the Minnesota Atheists, hosted by Mike Haubrich.

We talked briefly about the CBS Sunday Morning segment that aired the Sunday before featuring me, Mandisa Thomas, and Todd Stiefel (check that out here if you haven’t seen it yet), then we talked about an article I recently wrote entitled “The Nones vs. the Dones.”

Here’s the link for that if you’d like to listen:

If that link doesn’t work on your device, you can still catch the talk here along with all the previous broadcasts that show has made available while you’re at it.

Then on Tuesday, Seth Andrews of The Thinking Atheist did a show entitled “My Family Thinks I’m Going to Hell.”  As always he did a fantastic job, and he had me on at the beginning and at the end, in a way. At about the 16:00 minute mark he interviews me, and then at the end he reads aloud a piece I wrote this weekend entitled, “You’re (Not) Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone?” Be sure to catch that as well!

Here’s that episode of TTA:

Recently I also spoke to the Chattanooga Humanist Assembly  in Tennessee, but I’ll wait to post that talk later.  This summer I expect to have many more trips planned and I’ll do what I can to make the content of those talks available online once they’re available.

 

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