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Atheist Underground is your source for atheist news, comedy, personal stories, and more. We are an atheist podcast supporting the rights and needs of the secular community and exposing the harm done by religion through satire and commentary.
||ExplicitLos Datos: Atheist Underground Station 009||The all-Hispanic stop! The group discusses a potential Mexican president, Weather Jesus checks in from Mexico City, and HAFREE founder and America’s top Latin Atheist rides the train!… All this plus Jason and Rob’s snark spicing up the news… I||9/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitFreethinker Falls: Atheist Underground Station 008||Freethinker Falls The f**k is a freethinker anyway?? All Aboard….and Mind the Gap! In Freethinker Falls: – Random Rider Joseph Theissen explains himself – Freethought Fer-reals? Rob and Jason talk terminology – Hellmo’s Underworld Th||8/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSecularia: Atheist Underground Station 007||SECULARIA The Underground drops us in Secularia this time, a completely fictional place where state politics are not influenced by religion. Join us in this fantasy realm as Sally Buxbaum Hunt tells how she was dragged off by fascists when she spoke o||6/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMissing Pieces: Circumcision in America||The full length of the penis story makes its debut!. All three chapters, The Tip, The Head, and The Shaft come together in one hard unit, releasing a giant load of information and entertainment. Produced by The Third Rail,||5/28/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitRational City: Atheist Underground Station 006||Rational City The train arrives in Rational City to talk to Dr. Stephen Law, who disproves God! Now that’s rational! Also, the final chapter of the circumcision story, Missing Pieces. Sir Hugo unveils some anti-religious dirty limerick and Jo-Jo||4/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHumanistopolis: Atheist Underground Station 005||Humanistopolis The train pulls into the made-up Greek neighborhood of Humanistopolis! Joe Human himself, Joe Magestro talks about his new group and the Brew City Benefit! Get a Weather Jesus report from Salt Lake City and Part 2 of the big circumci||3/15/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMythicistopia: Atheist Underground Station 004||Mythicistopia, or Myth Is Dystopia? Meander the misty meadows of Mythicistopia with us! A Trinity of Jasons weighs in on Christ Myth Theory, and A Pagan Priestess explains there’s more than mere myth to Norse religion. At the top,||12/26/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitBrighton: Atheist Underground Station 003||Arriving in Brighton, the train tracks down a true original. Dr. Mynga Futrell, founder of the Brights! Mynga mingles mirth and civic-mindedness as she recounts the progression of the secular movement, and babbles a bit about her baby, the Brights.||6/5/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitNew Evidence – Atheist Underground Ep. 002||In this episode of Atheist Underground, we visit New Evidence, home to Infidelphia’s scientific community. The village founded by physicists who emigrated from Evidence, in the old country. Station highlights during this stop include: “New Evide||3/31/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSkepticsburg – Atheist Underground Ep. 001||In this episode of Atheist Underground, we visit Skepticsburg. Many atheist pilgrimages begin in Skepticsburg and so does the AU subway line. Station highlights during this stop include: “The Skepticsburgers” interview montage tells the story of||2/26/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
Cool concept, great editing and production values, fun and informative.
Great, great podcast! It's short, entertaining, and very real! Keep doing what you are going!!
High on Production Value and Heart
A new atheist podcast entering the crowded space, but this one has an NPR-esque attention to atmosphere and production value. The first episode is a gripping host of tales of life in an out of religion, along with news and satire to lighten the mood. I enjoyed this immensely and recommend you give it a listen.