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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.

Comments

  1. bobo says

    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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