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Join Ask an Atheist at Tacoma Community College!

TCC_Show_PosterJoin Ask an Atheist as we record an episode in front of an audience this Wednesday, January 30th at 4:00 PM in the Theater at Tacoma Community College!

On this episode, we’ll cover some current events, talk about some of the interesting emails we’ve received in the light of our first vaccination episode, and then taking questions from the audience!

This is the second time we’ve recorded in front of an audience, and we really had fun doing it. ¬†¬†This event is in coordination with the TCC Science and Inquiry club. There’s no charge for attendance, and there’s the possibility of extra credit for TCC students.



About the Author: Sam Mulvey

Sam Mulvey is a producer and the technical brain behind Ask an Atheist. He is a collector of vinegar varieties, vintage computers, antique radios, and propaganda.

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Judy January 28, 2013 at 4:49 am

Trying to get the God idea out of my head. Actually, it is the “Higher Power” AA business that is my problem. Because of my “unbelief”, and upset about closing meetings with the Lord’s Prayer, I do not feel I belong in AA. However, I feel group support important.

Do you know of “secular” meetings (besides SMART) that is for alcobol only?

Thank you – I am OLD but NEW to your show and secular/humanistic thinking. Look forward to more broadcasts.

Julie Benson January 31, 2013 at 6:41 am

Thank you for your presentation, was entertaining as well as informative. I have a question about Atheism and Spirituality. In nursing, students are taught about spirituality (which does not = religion can include religion.) from a nursing perspective. It is defined by what brings a person meaning or joy in life. In my experience if the term spirituality comes up in conversation with an Atheist, it automatically equates to religion. Is this your understanding of spirituality? Do you not feel that everyone, has a spiritual side? For example if you were a patient in the hospital ill with a life threatening disease/illness nurses would look to support your spiritual side, which may be providing facts/science and or ensuring that family can be by your side-what ever would bring your comfort or joy. Looking to get one of the three presenters perspective.


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