Original Air Date: December 1, 2019
Nick, Becky, and Luke celebrate a “meow-raculous” recovery! They then talk about insidious proselytizing and coercion, charity (and its associated attached strings or misuse thereof), freedom of thought, and out-of-this-world role models.
Original Air Date: November 17, 2019
This week Sam is back in the studio with no gimmicks. Josh and Dave hang out to discuss the nicest thing that’s ever happened to Dave, as well as school preaching gone wrong, “straight pride” parades, toxic masculine [...]
Original Air Date: November 10, 2019
Sam has officially returned! He, Josh, and Becky interview Camp Quest’s executive director Kim Newton and hear from camp leaders nation wide during the 2019 Camp Quest National Leadership Summit.
Original Air Date: November 4, 2019
Becky, Dave, and Nick talk sports, Halloween, Satanists, and traditions new and old.
Original Air Date: October 27, 2019
Becky interviews Dr. Juhem Navarro–Rivera, a researcher at the intersection of race, religion, and politics, about the Latinx Humanist Alliance and the evolving religious demographics within the Latinx/Hispanic-American community.
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Becky, Luke, and Josh explore Christian outrage against LGBTQ-inclusive restrooms and cereal, Pompeo’s Christian leadership agenda, and a prayer-based smart watch/app. They also interview Luke Douglas of the Humanist Society of Greater Phoenix [...]
Original Air Date: October 13, 2019
Sam, Josh, and Becky rail against the cycle of medical debt, applaud a church helping to clear it, talk about Jesus-themed footwear, and explore the weird team-up of Andrew Yang and Dr. Oz. Becky explains Never Again and she sheds.
Original Air Date: October 6, 2019
Becky, Josh, and Nick celebrate rainbow crosswalks and growing Bangladeshi egalitarianism, decry abuse of governmental power to proselytize, examine a bit of music theory, and explore the limits of logic.
Original Air Date: September 29, 2019
Becky and Luke welcome Nick back as we discuss plant-based “meat,” religious dress in the workplace and sports, creationist misapprehensions, dinosaurs, and cider.
Original Air Date: September 22, 2019
Becky, Dan, and Luke reflect on the varied ways to be an atheist, criticize the effects of blasphemy laws, and strike back on claims that environmental activism is a religion.