Atheist Roundtable

Atheist Roundtable


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This is a call-in show about atheism, the lack of belief in supernatural deities and gods. The show airs live at 11:00 pm Eastern every Sunday night. Host Andrew Garber was a true believer for years. Now, after a 12 year apostasy journey, he is an atheist. The show focuses on the issues that have had to change since losing faith.

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When I think of the harm religion does, I often think of violence. I think of the killings ISIS does, the brutal, deliberate kind of violence. I also think of parents who refuse to seek medical attention for their children, that passive,... more

I find the story of jesus is often touted as this wonderful example of love, sacrifice and forgiveness. I find the story morally vile. I think this idea of jesus saving us from eternal damnantion to be a distict failure to understand morality and what... more

So I did another debate, this time on morality. Is morality objective or subjective? I wasn't too impressed with how the debate went down, mostly because I didn't get to do all the talking. If I HAD done most of the talking, this is what I would... more

Last night, I did a debate on the topic: Is religion a force for good or bad? I've posted the link on the fan page. In this show. I'll go over my points and why I think religion is bad. I hope to have someone who should have been in the debate on... more

It's the Listener feed back episode! Your calls, emails and voice mails! This is the participation episode you've wanted forever! Call in with even more awesomeness!!

Is it worth it to even talk to believers? Will we ever change their minds? My thoughts plus your calls equals awesomesause!

I was a believer for years. My deconversion took 12 years. Now, as I look back on it, the time of my belief seems far away. At the monthly meetup I have with some fellow non-believers, I was asked what it was like to believe these things I... more

There was a dude recently who challenged atheists to prove god does not exist. To illustrate the flaw in this thinking, I'm reminded of an old debate blog I did years ago. A far less charismatic person gave me the exact same... more

If there is an argument against god, it is the problem of evil. Even believers admit this is the strongest argument against god, so that must be so. If it is, why hasn't it convinced all the believers? Let's talk about the answers to the problem of... more
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