Atheist Nomads Episode 25 LIVE – Foundation Beyond Belief with Dale McGowan

Recorded 04/06/13 for release on 04/18/13

This is a live episode, you can find the video on YouTube and since we did the whole thing live on the Hangout on Air, All the editing I’ve done is clean up the audio and truncate the silence, otherwise it is live and unedited.

0:01:40 INTRO

0:02:38 INTERVIEW – Dale McGowan

Dale is editor and co-author of books including Parenting Beyond Belief, Raising Freethinkers, Voices of Unbelief, and Atheism For Dummies (2013). He presents workshops for nontheistic parents across the United States and was named 2008 Harvard Humanist of the Year. Dale created Foundation Beyond Belief in 2009 and launched the charitable giving program in 2010. He now serves as the Executive Director of Foundation Beyond Belief.

0:52:24 THIS DAY IN HISTORY – April 18



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  1. I just listened to this episode yesterday. I need to take better note of when the live broadcasts happen so I can watch timely. I just can’t get over the story of North Carolina wanting to declare a state religion. That it sends an exclusionary message to people of other faiths and nonbelievers (who incidentally also pay taxes to hear that their world view matters less) just makes my blood boil. NC is turning into one of those states (well, like mine (AZ)) that only makes the news with something bad. In the southwest we have people in the upper ranks of state politics who are young earth creationists and it wasn’t that long ago relatively speaking that a friend of mine was posting on her timeline to the effect of, “I live in NC where I can marry my opposite sex cousin but not another woman”. Anyway, marriage equality wasn’t the point this time and I’m listening for any follow-up of the state religion issue (for closure hopefully) on “AN” and Freethought Radio.

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