Ask an Atheist with Sam Mulvey
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||CleanSticky and Transparent Circumstances||Sam speaks with guest Faye who recounts the moment that percipitated her departure from high school Mormon seminary class, Dan explains slime eels, Becky verifies that there are ways to be an atheist apart from Humanist,||7/17/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSmuggling & Catholics & Bears, Oh My!||Becky and Dan welcome Karen Garst, the Faithless Feminist. We also consider the ethics of using religious freedom to protect the environment. Newcomer Colby joins us in the 3rd segment to decry Hobby Lobby and celebrate a Washington State LGBT victor.||7/9/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSucking Ultra-Eighth-Dimentional Lemons||Sam, Josh, and Wes recall Trump’s pro-wrestling interactions, ponder the cosmos, discuss what makes a Christian, express horror over cow vengence, and lament girl engineers being denied entry in the country for robotics competitions.||7/2/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean50 Generations of Lemon Chicken||Rebecca Vitsmun returns with an update from the Humanist Disaster Recovery Team‘s most recent deployment. Sam, Becky, and Jeremy discuss pride, politics, and fastidious airline passengers who can’t use religion to discriminate.||6/27/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDuck, Duck, NOOGE||Sam, Dave, and Tyson delve into fundamentalist child-abusing money launderers, the toning down of rhetoric among Southern Baptists/washed-up rockers/family restaurants/Mac’n’Cheese, and what to do with a president who doesn’t care about people with||6/18/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNo Wait… A Llama!||Sam gets political, screamy, and mushy. Josh laments the persecuted majority. Becky yells about inappropriate school discipline and also sex clubs, separately. Dave joins for a nuanced discussion on sports.||6/11/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanClimate of Terror||Sam, Wes, and Meredith speak freely about prayer patrols, Portland, Patriot rallies, and sassy responses to Trump pulling out of the Paris Accord. Dan explains doomsday seed vaults to Sam and Jeremy. News Three attackers stab and mow down Londoners; Th...||6/4/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIs it Terrorism? Yes.||Sam, Becky, and Dave lament bodyslammer creationists and racially and religiously motivated mass transit stabbings. Then we’re back with Ranjan to debrief the Pro-Truth Pledge and discuss presidential politics.||5/28/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEach Time I Feel LIke This Inside…||Sam, Becky, and Ranjan talk lovely local news, followed by a cerebral and fascinating interview with Dr. Gleb Tsipursky of Intentional Insights and the Rational Politics Project that promotes the Pro-Truth Pledge for individuals and public figures.||5/22/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAsparagask an Atheist||Sam, Meredith, and Tyson talk ghosts, vegetables, pigs, measles, and alt-right gods. News Ted Bundy’s Childhood Home Blessed and/or Haunted Anti-Vaxxers Delude Somali Immigrants, Spark Measles Outbreak Pink Floyd Pigs To Block Trump Tower Logo Asparagu.||5/14/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
Fun and entertaining
If you love the atheist experience you will love this show! They have quite a fresh feel to them. The callers are great as are the topics. Definately subscribe to this one!
I downloaded this podcast because a previous reviewer compared it to the atheist experience, and they were right. It's outstanding and it's one of the few podcasts that take live calls. I throughly enjoyed it and recommend it to all atheists/skeptics and any one else who enjoys intelligent conversation.
Thoughtful and Entertaining
The show's panel offers a consistently thought-provoking and generally fair-minded discussion of matters ranging from interfaith dating to gay marriage to Governor Rick Perry's faith-based shennanigans. Listening to this show is a bit like hanging out with a group of skeptical-minded friends. Recommended for nonbelievers of all kinds, but also for those theists who have overcome the knee-jerk defensiveness and victim mentality which plagues too many of the faithful.