Originally Aired: 12-17-2018 A discussion about the role of language in our society and how it is used without the religious undertones that are infused within it.
A Voice for Non-Believers
Originally Aired: 12-3-2017 A discussion with Bay Area local activist and community leader Sharon Golden of the Alameda Island Cannabis Community.
Originally Aired: 11-24-2017 A discussion with Science Island host and former Science editor for Newsweek Grant Burningham.
Originally Aired: 10-22-2017 Some of the worst laws on the books come directly from religious scripture or the inappropriate respect for religion. How different would our world be if we understood that better, and worked to prevent it?
Originally Aired: 10-15-2017 Rejecting the idea that operating a belief system on fear, that the reward/punishment system employed by religion fails to accomplish its goals, yet remains since it satiates human emotional needs.
Originally Aired: 10-8-2017 How do you console someone who is grieving without religious claims, how do you retain honesty while trying to comfort others when they lose someone.
Originally Aired: 10-1-2017 The science of polling is revealing an incredible truth about the perspectives of Muslims around the world. I take a new look at these figures presenting them as whole numbers rather than percentages of the population.
Originally Aired: 9-24-2017 Celebrate my new favorite holiday, a day devoted to the freedom of speech and religion. A day that should not go without a well-placed insult toward your favorite fairy tale.
Originally Aired: 9-17-2017 One of the more reliable aspects of religion is the way it treats women in society yet a large number of women are not only believers but actively spreading the word of their respective religions. This discussion […]