The Atheist & Theist Radio Hour

Tonight at 11pmET 3a3f68e6-20ab-4c48-9693-3ca61c4f8551sunset-space-pacific-ocean-thumbon the Atheist & Theist Radio Hour our topic is cults! What is the difference between a religion and a cult? Mike (the Atheist) and Phil (the Theist) tackle that question and discuss some of the infamous cults and their leaders. Why did people follow Jim Jones, David Koresh, and Charles Manson? What about Scientology? We will also be debuting a new segment tonight called, “Confessions with an Atheist.” You’ll be able to call in and anonymously confess your deepest and darkest sins to Mike and receive penance and absolution. *Tongue in cheek of course. Join us in the chat room or call in with your questions and comments. Any faith or no faith, all are welcome!

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/scatheist

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3 Responses to “The Atheist & Theist Radio Hour”

  1. There really isn’t a place for this, but I thought I’d pass it along. This quote from Christopher Marlin-Warfield in many ways sums up why I consider myself a Catholic, regardless of church attendance or otherwise:

    I’m not trying to suggest that Christianity is not, on some level at least, about a personal relationship with the divine, but we have, in many ways, lost the connection to our heritage that built universities and the American public school system; that inspired education for the poor and enslaved; that inspired the abolitionist and civil-rights movements; and on, and on, and on. I think it’s reasonable to make the demand that churches – with the help of public, academic theologians – reclaim this history and engage the world in conversations about Christianity as though it is something more than a vague feeling. As though, in short, it is something serious.

    The Catholic Church, when she’s at her best, does these things. It’s often slow-moving, hypocriticial, stubborn, and occasionally ignorant, but when it’s at its best, it understands its history, it fights for the rights for the weak and ignored, and it takes seriously its role as a moral compass for the world.

  2. truthmerchant Says:

    The ‘progressive Christian’ (sic):

    http://digg.com/d318rnj

  3. Do ghost phenomena happens? Lets use a atheistic way to explain the mysterious phenomena happens around me and could be proved repeatedly. Investigate it you will be rewarded abundantly.
    radwind.wordpress.com

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