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In the 70s, 80s and early 90s, a phenomenon known today as The Satanic Panic swept the United States, as the evangelical Christian community charged that a vast underground network of Satanists were controlling large parts of society.
Believers were warned about products subsidized by Satan, including over-the-counter items like detergent and toothpaste, and there was a huge focus on toys, games and cartoons infected with demons.
In this show, we talk about the Satanic Panic of the past, and we look at modern-day charges of Satanic media, products and influences in our culture.
GERALDO TELEVISION SPECIAL: http://youtu.be/uMSf4CAEVLU
TURMOIL IN THE TOYBOX: http://youtu.be/3jrMoVWl5KA
TURMOIL CLIPS (EDITED): http://io9.com/seven-insane-minutes-of-people-explaining-how-80s-toys-1456419789
PODCAST on "The Church of Satan"
Sponsored by Audible. Get a free audiobook and 30-day trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/thethinkingatheist Is evolution a theory or fact? Or both? Is evolution "true?" Dr. Jerry Coyne has a Ph.D in evolutionary biology from Harvard, and he serves as professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolution at the University of Chicago. He is a member of both the Committee on Genetics and the Committee of Evolutionary Biology, and he is author of the books:
Kindness, gentleness, empathy, compassion, love, goodness, morality. These attributes are often called the property of religion, and beautiful acts of kindness between people actually reflect a moral code given to humanity by the Great Eye in the Sky. Of course, this is nonsense. We've covered the subject of "Morality" in a previous episode (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thethinkingatheist/2013/04/09/morality). But the source and nature of morality isn't what toni
Sponsored by Audible.com. Get your free audio book and a 30-day trial at www.audibletrial.com/thethinkingatheist Steve Wells spent years researching the Bible (as well as the Qur'an and the Book of Mormon) to produce a website and hardcover book called "The Skeptic's Annotated Bible." In this episode, we talk with Steve about his history, his research, and the sides of scripture that most haven't heard in Sunday morning sermons. Steve's book "Drunk W
Hollywood isn't generally known for popping out religious films, but in recent months (and periodically throughout the decades), they've become big box office and big business.
In this lighthearted show, we look at religious films from the past century, from Cecil B. Demile fare to the recent "Son of God" and various non-Hollywood movies that have "blessed" theater screens with tales of divinity, tragedy and (almost inevitably) large amounts of cheese.
If you've seen "The Ten Commandments," "The Passion of the Christ," or the recent (and some would say sacreligious) Aronofsky interpreation of the "Noah" story, bring your reviews and join us for an entertaining podcast.
VIDEO: Nicolas Cage (mentioned in this show) - http://youtu.be/kOCF0BLf-BM
What happens when you reject religion AFTER you've already raised your children to believe in God?
How does a parent approach children to inform them that the years of church services, mealtime prayers, bible verses and godspeak were actually a mistake, and what are the potential repercussions and responses? Anger? Denial? Relief? Joy?
This show talks about parents who, for whatever reason, raised children under religious teachings and rules and now find themselves in disagreement with doctrine they once held as Truth.
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In his presentation “Breaking the Taboo of Atheism in Black Communities,” Leo Igwe said that “If there are people who should be religious and theistic today, it is not black people.”
Yet black people are reputed to be the most religious people on earth, and the social stigma for the black atheist can be significant and often severe.
As skeptics, how do we approach the issue of color in relation to non-belief? Should we strive to be “colorblind,” ignoring labels like black, white, etc? Or should color be acknowledged, embraced and even celebrated by those who accept the evolutionary explanation of our origins (aka: we are all Africans)?
Tonight features a panel of very special guests: Jamila Bey: Director of Commnications for the Secular Student Alliance, Alix Jules, President of Black Nonbelievers of Dallas, and Bridgette Gaudette, Executive Director of the Florida Humanist Association. The show will respectfully approach a subject that is controversial, even considered taboo, and will hopefully provide education and resources for atheists of all colors and cultures.
DFW Coalition of Reason: http://www.dfwcor.org
Black Nonbelievers Inc: http://blacknonbelievers.wordpress.com
The Gospel of Doubt: http://gospelofdoubt.net
Secular Student Alliance: http://www.secularstudents.org
Florida Humanist Association: http://www.floridahumanist.org
Fred Phelps, reviled (and excommunicated) pastor of Westboro Baptist Church, built his life upon a foundation of hatred: the protests of military funerals, the condemnation of homosexuals, professed gratitude to God for terrorist attacks, and much more.
Recent news reports of Fred Phelps' death have again brought his name and face to worldwide attention, prompted by a public statement from his own son, Nathan, who escaped Wesboro and has become a champion of human rights in the face of his father's hatred.
In this podcast, we talk to Nathen Phelps. About his father. About his father's death. About the celebratory public response. About the Westboro legacy. And about the often conflicted feelings of a father's son at a time when he is denied access, or should he choose it, the opportunity to say "goodbye."
Join us for a compelling discussion.
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It's the most popular religion on earth. But are its claims easily refuted, dismantled and debunked?
In this episode, we talk to John W. Loftus, a former minister and Christian educator. A prolific speaker, author and blogger, Loftus speaks about his own journey out of faith and what he feels are effective ways to debunk Christianity.
Debunking Christianity: http://debunkingchristianity.blogspot.com
"Why I Became an Atheist: a Former Preacher Rejects Christianity"
"The End of Christianity"
Is atheism a replacement for religion? Or is atheism simply another religion? As non-theists and freethought groups organize, gather and even sometimes attend things like the "Sunday assembly," the charge is often heard that the godless are acting religious, that their adherence to science is "faith," and that their gatherings are just anothe form of church. In this show, we explore the question. And we hear from David Silverman, President of one of the largest
Leaving any faith can be difficult...even traumatic. In some faiths and in some cultures, it can be dangerous. This show features the voices and stories of several ex-Muslims. We attempt to gain a better understanding of Islam and Muslim traditions, the reasons for their apostasy, and the potential consequences. Join us for a fascinating look at the life of an ex-Muslim. Imad Iddine Habib: https://www.facebook.com/ZokTooR BenBaz Aziz: https://www.facebook.com/benbaz.a
Romans 8:28 declares, "And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose." Luke 12 says that the very hairs on our heads are numbered, and that even the sparrows are not forgotten by God. To the believer, God says "Don't be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows." But are the faithful truly insulated from calamity, pain and death? In this podcast, we take a rational look at Divine
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