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A Christian and an Atheist

By Emery and Scott

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Tired of one-sided rants from either side? Wish Christians and atheists would actually talk to each other, rather than over each other? So do we! Fundamental disagreements about God, faith and morality are too important to reduce to mere sniping from afar. Respectful, friendly discourse is what's needed, if there is to be any hope of mutual understanding. That is what our show is about.

Customer Reviews

Fair, but only fair

These two guys are fair to each other, and that's nice. But the podcast itself is "just fair," and that's not too good. The discussions meander quite a bit, and although I appreciate the civility of the conversation, I notice Emery occasionally taking it easy on Norton, which my skeptical mind rebels against. I suppose there are plenty of people on either side of the Christian/Atheist fence who don't really know what the other side thinks, but I'm not one of them. I think there are much better podcasts out there.

Thought-provoking and Even-handed

Norton and Emery challenge each other to articulate their beliefs and the reasons behind them, but respect each other at the same time. My only complaint is that they are sometimes unable to fully explore a topic before they move on. If you are interested in a thoughtful dialogue between a theist and an atheist, then this is the podcast for you.

Pretty good and balanced program.

As a Christian/former athiest I find this podcast to be very interesting... but I kind of feel at times that the Athiest guy is trying to make the Christian guy look like he is wrong. It is almost as if he is trying to catch him in his words. He even makes it sound as if Christianity is a joke at times, which is strange, because the athiest guy says that he was a former Christian.

A Christian and an Atheist
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  • Category: Christianity
  • Language: English

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