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This Week: The Original Motto Project


This week, Becky, Mike and Sam talks to Seth Andrews of the Thinking Atheist podcast.   He is the author of “Deconverted: A Journey from Religion to Reason,”  a personal story about the transition to atheism.  We’ll also talk with Donald Wright, engineer and author, about the third annual Day of Solidarity with Black Nonbelievers, an event he first organized in 2011.  Check out DoSwBN events around the country for Sunday, February 24, 2013.

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Eric February 19, 2013 at 10:01 am

How about a link to the poll that you mentioned at the end of a podcast.

btw I love your show so much that I almost wish that I lived in Washington.

Sam Mulvey February 21, 2013 at 6:05 am

Just updated the website to include a link. Thanks for asking!

Jeff February 19, 2013 at 11:09 pm

re: Mike’s question about how Catholics feel about supporting child abuse with their funds

Perhaps they feel there is no choice. For example, I am a conservation activist, but live in Japan. The government redirects some of my tax money, including some that was supposed to be for tsunami reconstruction, to their horrific whaling fleet, which is a money-loser and requires government money to literally stay afloat. Why do I pay tax? Should I move? Well, I live here, and wherever else I move to, they’ll probably fund something I hate. If I stay and just don’t pay my tax, I can be fined, jailed, or deported. Do the Catholics feel the same way? Do they think they’ll be in “soul jail” if they don’t continue to fund this enterprise? Would splitting off and forming a new group be punishable by eternal torture?


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