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Please join us Sunday at 10AM CST/11AM EST as we celebrate Festivus. We will celebrate with the airing of grievances and dirty laundry & then commence with the beating of dirty rugs and dead horses. We will continue laughing at those who are tilting at windmills.
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Please join us for our three part series on the Civil Rights Movement.
Part 1 will discuss slavery to W.E.B. Dubois.
Part 2 will discuss W.E.B. DuBois to the Poor Peoples Campaign.
Part 3 will discuss the Poor Peoples Campaign to today and the future.
While we strive to cover as much material as possible, this is not a comprehensive overview of these important events. We challenge & encourage you to study beyond what is shared on this program.
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Until then, take care...BFT
Please join us Sunday @10AM CST as we discuss losing our religion part 2.
This is the second of a three part series in which we explore how we identified, shed, and grew from leaving the fold of religion. We will discuss how we overcame many obstacles, took control of our lives, and let go of religion.
Please join us for this very important topic. You can dial 310-982-4273 and press 1 to speak with the hosts. You can also Skype into the show.
Please join us Sunday @10AM CST as we discuss a myriad of topics pertaining to atheism, skepticism, community outreach, social justice, interfaith, etc.
We will also discuss our experience at Morgan State University this past weekend at their Philosophical Atheism and Communities of Faith conference.. We will also discuss people of color and upcoming activities.
For some people atheism is enough. For others, they seek more.
Let's talk about it.
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Please join us Sunday at Noon CST as we discuss interfaith, social justice, and atheism.
Can they co-exist?
Can we work with progressive, liberal churches for the betterment of the community? If so, how do we proceed? If not, why not?
Let's talk about it. Dial 310-982-4273 and press 1 to speak with the hosts, You can also Skype into the show.
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I am thrilled to have Chris Stedman join me for this discussion of Atheists in the interfaith movement and his new book, Faitheist.
Chris Stedman is the Assistant Humanist Chaplain at Harvard University and the Values in Action Coordinator for the Humanist Community at Harvard (where he was previously the inaugural Interfaith and Community Service Fellow). He is also the Emeritus Managing Director of State of Formation at the Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue and founder of the first blog dedicated to exploring atheist-interfaith engagement, NonProphet Status. Chris received an MA in Religion from Meadville Lombard Theological School at the University of Chicago, for which he was awarded the Billings Prize for Most Outstanding Scholastic Achievement. A graduate of Augsburg College with a summa cum laude B.A. in Religion, Chris writes for Huffington Post Gay Voices, Huffington Post Religion, The Washington Post On Faith, Religion Dispatches, Relevant, and more. Previously a Content Developer and Adjunct Trainer for Interfaith Youth Core, Chris is an atheist working to foster positive and productive dialogue and collaborative action between faith communities and the nonreligious. He speaks on this topic across the United States and around the world.