Humanist Network News #43: AAI ‘09 Darwin Legacy Convention + The Atheist Camel

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  1. New Humanist Podcast March 2011

    In the return of the New Humanist podcast, editor Caspar Melville and news editor Paul Sims talk you through the latest news from the world of faith and faithfulness.

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  2. The Bitcoin Podcast Network: Creating a Humanist Blockchain Future #42

    In this episode of Creating a Humanist Blockchain Future, Rhys interviews Eric Meltzer, a Partner at INBlockchain — China’s largest blockchain focused fund, and the curator of Proof of Work, a newsletter that highlights the progress of top projects. They chat about the Asian crypto scene, investing as a crypto VC, and his newsletter Proof-of-Work. Enjoy!

    http://thebitcoinpodcast.libsyn.com/creating-a-humanist-blockchain-future-42

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  3. Reflections on a Humanist Funeral

    A complaint I’ve heard several times about Christian funerals is: "It was more about God than about the deceased!" Yet, attending a Humanist funeral last year, the service didn’t seem to be about the deceased either; in fact they had invented an uber-mensch to mourn instead of the ordinary man who had died. Without God, we seem to lose perspective and fall into insincerity.

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  4. Christian Humanist Profiles 40: Rod Dreher on Dante The Christian Humanist

    Christian Humanist Profiles 40: Rod Dreher on Dante

    Nathan P. Gilmour , 25 May 2015.In the early fourteenth century one of the true figures of Christian intellectual genius gave us the Commedia, a pilgrim’s allegorical journey through Inferno and Purgatorio and Paradiso for the sake of his soul.  Rod Dreher’s latest book claims, with its very title, a place for that poem in the twenty first century: How Dante Can Save Your Life: The Life-Changing Wisdom of History’s Greatest Poem.  Dreher has graciously agreed to join us on Christian Humanist Profiles to talk Dante, and you listeners know that such a chat is always going to encompass psychology, politics, art, philosophy, and ultimately what’s at stake when we venture to say something about God.

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    http://www.christianhumanist.org/2015/05/christian-humanist-profiles-40-rod-dreher-on-dante/

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  5. New Humanist Advent Podcasts Day 1

    New Humanist Advent Podcasts Day 1: Stephen Fry http://blog.newhumanist.org.uk/2008/12/advent-podcasts-day-1-stephen-fry.html

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  6. The Humanist Hour #107: On Being a “Faitheist” with Chris Stedman – TheHumanist.com

    In this episode, Bo interviews Chris Stedman: interfaith leader, author, and humanist. Chris is the author of Faitheist: How an Atheist Found Common Ground with the Religious. Booklist calls the book “an intimate and deeply affecting portrait… [that] proves [he is] an activist in the truest sense and one to watch.” He currently serves as the […]

    http://thehumanist.com/multimedia/podcast/the-humanist-hour-107-on-being-a-faithiest-with-chris-stedman

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  7. From the AHA Archives: Carl Sagan’s 1981 Humanist of the Year Speech

    Listen to famed astronomer Carl Sagan accept the AHA’s Humanist of the Year award at the 1981 AHA Conference in San Diego, California.

    http://americanhumanist.org/HNN/details/2012-05-from-the-aha-archives-carl-sagans-1981-humanist-of-t

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  8. The Preaching Humanist 01.44 - Atheist Interviews with Matt Dillahunty (Full)

    The Preaching Humanist is dedicated to educating Christians with a healthy and positive philosophy of life, without supernatural beliefs. I teach and preach …

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  9. Anand Giridharadas Accepts Harvard Lifetime Achievement Award for Humanism in Culture

    Anand Giridharadas’s tribute to his parents and to the work of truth-telling after receiving the Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award for Humanism in Culture, also known as the "Rushdie Award," after its inaugural winner, Salman Rushdie, from the Humanist Hub and the Humanist Community at Harvard, on March 2, 2019.

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  10. New Humanist Advent Podcasts Day 15

    Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant http://blog.newhumanist.org.uk/2008/12/advent-podcasts-day-15-ricky-gervais.html

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