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Seth Andrews, a former Christian broadcaster and believer for 30 years, ultimately escaped the bonds of superstitious thinking to embrace the more satisfying explanations that science provides. A professional video producer and host of one of the most popular atheist communities on the internet, Seth Andrews brings a polished format, a relaxed environment and a rage-free challenge to the religious beliefs that defined his youth.

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From 1990-2000, Seth Andrews worked for Tulsa's KXOJ 100.9FM, a Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) radio station, with 8 of those years as morning show host. Seth also hosted another Christian morning show at Clear... more

They are known by a variety of names — blue laws, Sunday blue laws, Sunday-closing laws, Sunday statutes. They affect a variety of activities on Sundays, ranging from liquor sales to hunting to car-buying. Many blue laws are... more

It's another "Anything Goes" show, where we skip the themed format and instead make the podcast a buffet of whatever the host and listeners bring to the table. Hemant's Blog:... more

This show is a celebration of science. We talk about (arguably) the best discoveries and inventions of the Information Age. We honor the work of humankind's greatest scientific minds. And we raise our glasses to those who... more

The subject of grief in regards to personal loss has been covered before in one of our most popular shows, but as the topic resonates with so many, we felt it warranted another show. When a loved one dies, there is no promise of a... more

Our St. Louis on-location podcast was such a hit, we recorded an extra show the followng evening in Springfield, Missouri. It's a dynamic format, with the audience providing the topics for discussion. Many thanks to Springfield Freethinkers for... more

For the first time ever, The Thinking Atheist Podcast is being recorded with a studio audience in The Crown Room at Schafley Bottleworks in St. Louis, Missouri, sponsored by The St. Louis Atheists. No set topic. No theme. No... more

Greta Christina has been writing professionaly since 1989 on topics including atheism, sexuality, LGBT issues, politics, culture and much more. Her writings have appeared in publications varying from the Chicago Sun-Times to Skeptical... more

If you don't believe in God, where do your morals come from? Non-believers hear this question constantly. In this episode, we talk about morality as it pertains to scripture and to our everyday lives. We'll also present to the listeners and... more

Richard Carrier received a PhD in ancient history from Columbia University in 2008. He is author of the books "Sense and Goodness without God," "Proving History" and "Not the Impossible Faith," as well as numerous print and online... more