Tagged with “atheist” (19) activity chart

  1. The Atheist Experience #622: Spinning Suffering

    Matt Dillahunty and Don Baker. Spinning Suffering. Don discusses how religions interpret meaningless suffering for their own ends.

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  2. #620: Live Calls, The Atheist Experience

    Russell Glasser and Martin Wagner. Live Calls. Russell & Martin take lots of callers.

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  3. #618: Deconstructing “faith” in science

    Matt Dillahunty and Tracie Harris. Deconstructing "faith" in science. Tracie and Matt examine that age old question of whether science and religion can get along.

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  4. #616: The Argument from Game Design

    Russell Glasser and Jeff Dee. The Argument from Game Design. Jeff responds to a new apologetic called the argument from game design.

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  5. #614: TAM Recap

    Matt Dillahunty and Martin Wagner. TAM Recap. Matt recaps his visit to The Amazing Meeting 7.

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  6. #611: Bible’s greatest hits (Genesis II)

    from The Atheist Experience by tv@atheist-community.org (Atheist Experience TV) Matt Dillahunty and Don Baker. Bible’s greatest hits (Genesis II). Don finishes his topic on the ways in which Geneisis has had biggest impact on the world.

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  7. #610: Live Calls from The Atheist Experience

    Matt Dillahunty and Jeff Dee. Live Calls. Matt & Jeff take calls, many from outside the US.

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  8. #607: Live Calls, The Atheist Experience

    Matt Dillahunty and Tracie Harris. Live Calls. Tracie takes on live calls

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  9. #602: Ex-Atheist

    Matt Dillahunty and Tracie Harris. Ex-Atheist. Matt and Tracie talk about a minister who claims to have been a former atheist.

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  10. #601: Jesus Loves a Captive Audience

    Matt Dillahunty and Don Baker. Jesus Loves a Captive Audience. Don gives a simple explanation for why Christianity is most often spread to people who can’t easily escape.

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