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Nov 21 2012

Tonight on Dogma Debate

At Skepticon, I met David Smalley of Dogma Debate, which is both live internet radio and a podcast. We had a good time talking in the bar and decided to continue the conversation on the air. That will be happening in three hours, at 7 p.m. CST.

I don’t know what we’ll be talking about yet. David says he likes to ask tough questions. I certainly deserve some, since I suggested he ask Todd Stiefel on last week’s show, “Do you feel that you have an unfair amount of influence in the secular movement because of your money?” I haven’t listened to the show yet, but David said he’d ask that one. He’ll probably ask yours if you submit one.

Here’s what you do:

Dogma Debate with David Smalley – 7p-9p central.
Episode #45 – w/ Guest: Stephanie Zvan & an Apologist becomes Atheist

You can listen live at www.dogmadebate.com and we’ll take callers at 214-377-1166.

Listeners can live tweet the host during the show @davidcsmalleyThe show will podcast to iTunes immediately after the live broadcast.

Go ahead. Make me sweat.*

*Seriously, answering tough questions is far easier than any “Tell me about you” stuff. I’m no good at that. Saaaaave meeeee.

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    Valde

    I love Dogma Debate!

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    David Smalley

    And Dogma Debate loves you.

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    Valde

    David Smalley,

    My favourite Dogma Debate episode:

    http://www.spreaker.com/user/smalleyandhyso/dogma_debate_episode_7_1

    You guys really made him think hard about his position! Why is it acceptable to let a born child die ‘naturally’ without compelling the father to donate blood/organs, yet completely unacceptable to let a child die ‘naturally’ during birth without forcing a c-section on the pregnant women!

    Great episode, and I look forward to downloading the rest of your show. The episodes are long, which I love :)

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