Ask an Atheist with Sam Mulvey

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Subversive in St. Louis

Sam and Becky talk godless religion on their St. Louis stop of the tour. They chat with Kwame Mensa of the St. Louis Atheists meetup group, and Andy Semler and Lance Finney of the Ethical Society of St. Louis.  They also learn about the Ethical Navigators youth scouting group, take a few heated questions from audience members, and finally meet past caller and friend-of-the-show Manolo from Podcast Ateorizar.  Radio edit is just under an hour, but in the podcast you’ll hear a fourth segment.  It includes listener emails, further discussion with Lance, and a gem of a voicemail message.

This episode was recorded at the beautiful congregational facility owned by The Ethical Society of St. Louis.  The Society’s Ethical Navigators are a youth scouting chapter of  Navigators USA, a national, inclusive scouting organization.  Kwame and many others in attendance were from the St. Louis Atheists meetup group.  Finally, Foam Coffee and Beer is a pretty cool atheist-owned bar and performance space in downtown St. Louis that hosted Becky and Sam during off-hours.

Since this episode is quite large, a lower quality version that is about the same size as a standard episode is available.

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Lance Finney
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In this interview, I mentioned a talk by the Ethical Society’s Leader (our atheist clergy) called “In Defense of Smut”. For anyone who is interested, here is the link to the podcast for that presentation: http://www.ethicalstl.org/platforms/ESSTLPlatform2012-03-11.mp3

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