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"Ark Encounters of the Odd Kind" Justin Scott on Atheists Talk #364, July 17, 2016

On July 7th of this year one of the most expensive biblical cosplay costumes was opened to the public, the Ark Encounter.  A vision of creationist museum creator Ken Ham, and partially paid using public funds from the state of Kentucky, this religious monument is a breathtaking example of why we need to remain vigilant in our efforts to strengthen the wall of church state separation.

Justin Scott is no stranger to Atheist Talk listeners, he is a public atheist activist with the Eastern Iowa Atheists, and was part of a peaceful counter protest, organized by the Tri-State Freethinkers, against the public funding of this religious building.  Justin is here today to discuss his experiences with other atheist protestors, as well as they pushback they received from evangelical christian groups, upset at the atheist protest.

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Listen to AM 950 KTNF on Sunday at 9 a.m. Central to hear Atheists Talk, produced by Minnesota Atheists. Stream live online. Call in to the studio: 952-946-6205, or send an e-mail to radio@mnatheists.org during the live show.

Atheists Talk radio and podcast is a communications service of Minnesota Atheists.  Our volunteer producers, hosts, interviewers, and contributors are committed to presenting topics of interest to atheists and humanists. Topics include, but are not limited to, general atheism and humanism, separation of church and state, science, religion, gender, race, culture, and the arts.

"Ark Encounters of the Odd Kind" Justin Scott on Atheists Talk #364, July 17th 2016

On July 7th of this year one of the most expensive biblical cosplay costumes was opened to the public, the Ark Encounter.  A vision of creationist museum creator Ken Ham, and partially paid using public funds from the state of Kentucky, this religious monument is a breathtaking example of why we need to remain vigilant in our efforts to strengthen the wall of church state separation.

Justin Scott is no stranger to Atheist Talk listeners, he is a public atheist activist with the Eastern Iowa Atheists, and was part of a peaceful counter protest, organized by the Tri-State Freethinkers, against the public funding of this religious building.  Justin is here today to discuss his experiences with other atheist protestors, as well as they pushback they received from evangelical christian groups, upset at the atheist protest.

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Listen to AM 950 KTNF on Sunday at 9 a.m. Central to hear Atheists Talk, produced by Minnesota Atheists. Stream live online. Call in to the studio: 952-946-6205, or send an e-mail to radio@mnatheists.org during the live show.

Atheists Talk radio and podcast is a communications service of Minnesota Atheists.  Our volunteer producers, hosts, interviewers, and contributors are committed to presenting topics of interest to atheists and humanists. Topics include, but are not limited to, general atheism and humanism, separation of church and state, science, religion, gender, race, culture, and the arts.

"Fantasy and Non-Belief" Atheists Talk #363, Sunday July 10, 2016

Is there a connection between those who love fiction and those who embrace some flavor of non-belief (atheism, freethinker, agnostic, skeptic etc.) in the supernatural? This Sunday we'll speak with Tim Wick and Matt Allex, two attendees of one of the largest fan-run science fiction/fantasy/media/pop culture conventions in the United States, CONvergence. We'll discuss their relationships with SF/F, geekdom, performance art and atheism and get some perspectives on the possible overlaps. And we'll share some of our favorite moments from CONvergence!


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Atheists Talk radio and podcast is a communications service of Minnesota Atheists.  Our volunteer producers, hosts, interviewers, and contributors are committed to presenting topics of interest to atheists and humanists. Topics include, but are not limited to, general atheism and humanism, separation of church and state, science, religion, gender, race, culture, and the arts.

"Christian Mythology for Kids" Chrystine Trooien on Atheists Talk #362, June 26, 2016

"If you want your children to be brilliant, tell them fairy tales. If you want them to be even more billiant, tell them even more fairy tales." - Albert Einstein

 

Thus begins Christian Mythology for Kids - A Secular Family's Guide to Modern Christianity. This children's book, written by Chrystine Trooien and illustrated by Christopher Zakrzewski, is a collection of some of the most well-known stories from the Christian Bible and doctrine, stories and myths told without the dogma and with secular introductions and footnotes. The book is written for children of all ages, and also reaches out to adults from various religious and non-religious backgrounds. 

Join us this Sunday as we speak with the author of Christian Mythology for Kids, Chrystine Trooien, about her work on the book, as well as her secular activism and her fundamentalist Catholic upbringing.

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Atheists Talk radio and podcast is a communications service of Minnesota Atheists.  Our volunteer producers, hosts, interviewers, and contributors are committed to presenting topics of interest to atheists and humanists. Topics include, but are not limited to, general atheism and humanism, separation of church and state, science, religion, gender, race, culture, and the arts.

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