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"You only want to be an atheist so you can go on sinnng!" Ever heard that before? There is so much wrong with this question, I want to do an entire show on it.
Do I want to be an atheist? Is sin the reason? What sin? Why would anyone think this?
I'll give my perspective.
Plus, your calls. The awesomeness is in your hands.
I hear so often that the angry atheist isn't helping the movement. Being angry doesn't help our position or cause. It doesn't push the conversation forward. It doesn't help move people away from faith or belief. It only serves to fortify the religious in their rut of superstitious ideas.
Or does it? When I was a believer, I got angry at all the caustic atheists, and wanted to prove them wrong. Doing so moved me to atheism. I realized that the jerk may be a jerk, but he was also right.
Let's talk about the different ways people talk about atheism and within the atheism movement. Are the mean, angry atheists helping?
Plus your calls. Let the awesomeness wash over you.
Our goal is to help spread awareness about Climate Engineering, and its effect on our environment. By focusing on the facts, as we know them, we can provide a useful tool for people trying to understand the issue. This subject, by its very nature, attracts a lot of conjecture, and that can be very counterproductive in trying to spread awareness. Facts and hard evidence in the absence of speculation, however, can be very powerful.
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In this reairing (repeat) episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the recent tragedy in Chapel Hill, North Carolina where Craigs Hicks, a "militant atheist" and devotee of "new atheist" Dr. Richard Dawkins executed three young Muslim students. Hicks executed in cold blood: Deah Shaddy Barakat, 23, Yusor Mohammad, 21, and Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha, 19 - See more at: http://www.sacerdotus.com/2015/02/atheist-kills-young-muslims.html#sthash.1lMfPTt1.dpuf.
The crime has sent shockwaves across the world, especially among atheists who often claim that atheism is a peaceful movement as opposed to religion which they claim causes war and death. Despite local law officials calling the crime an isolated incident over parking spaces, the possibility of it being a hate crime has not been ruled out. The federal goverment is investigating the crimes for possible charges of hate since Hicks' personal views on Facebook and in person exhibit hate towards God, religion and religious people. Sacerdotus gives his input on the tragedy and speaks on the psychology behind Hicks and atheists in general based on available research.
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This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show airs from the legendary Hotel del Coronado in Coronado, California. It’s a historic hotel. It’s a haunted hotel. For movie buffs, it was also the location for the legendary film Some Like it Hot with Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, and Marilyn Monroe.
Meredith Manee, Chef de Cuisine at 1500 Ocean restaurant, tells us about the most surprising dish she serves at 1500 Ocean (a people pleasing fish) and what she’s doing to locally source delicious ingredients. “Gnarly” Neal, owner of Gnarly Neal’s Ocean Instruction to share stories of surfing in San Diego. All of this and more is on this week’s broadcast of Peter Greenberg Worldwide from Hotel del Coronado in San Diego County, California.
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On this episode of Witness Radio, we celebrate National Atheist Day (see Psalm 14:1)!
CA SB277 from Senator Richard Pan would ban exemptions on vaccines. The new law would prevent parents from citing personal beliefs or religious reasons to avoid getting their children vaccinated.
The first public hearing on the bill took place today, April 8 2015.
Watch on YouTube here
Source article: http://www.bakersfieldnow.com/news/local/California-vaccine-requirement-bill-gets-first-public-debate-299074731.html
Teenagers go through so much during this time in their lives. Everything is changing, they are finding their own voice, and they are becoming their own person. They have independent thoughts and feelings. One thing that a lot of teens are going through now is growing up without religion or even coming to the realization on their own that there is no god.
Tonight's show, I will be interviewing a 14 year old, self-proclaimed agnostic atheist and what it is like going to Middle School as an atheist. Is he open about it? How do his peers view him? Does he think it matters? You will hear his thoughts and feelings on this issue!
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