Author's details

Name: Tracie Harris
Date registered: September 29, 2011
URL: http://www.atheist-experience.com/

Latest posts

  1. Determining the Attributes and Effects of Gods — July 3, 2014
  2. Justice for the 800 Tuam babies — June 30, 2014
  3. Open thread in AETV 871: Russell & Tracie — June 22, 2014
  4. ACA Bat Cruise 2014: Bigger and Better than Ever! — June 16, 2014
  5. Support Romanian Secular Public Schools — June 2, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Open thread for episode #849: Spirituality in Healthcare — 379 comments
  2. Christianity: It’s Just About Being Nice to People? — 341 comments
  3. “Coincidence” is powerful “evidence” to many people — 338 comments
  4. Open Thread for Show #750 – Matt & Tracie — 254 comments
  5. Open thread for show #778 — 246 comments

Author's posts listings

Jul 03 2014

Determining the Attributes and Effects of Gods

So, I was on The Thinking Atheist the last two weeks with Matt. And before going on the final night, the show’s host, Seth Andrews, submitted a very long, well organized e-mail that he’d received from a listener regarding the prior episode. It included a number of questions and concerns about statements made by all of the …

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Jun 30 2014

Justice for the 800 Tuam babies

You may have seen in the news recently that about 800 babies—children of the Catholic Church’s historic “homes” for unwed mothers (or “laundries”)—are unaccounted for and presumed to be buried in unmarked graves.

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Jun 22 2014

Open thread in AETV 871: Russell & Tracie

Russell and Tracie take viewer calls.

Jun 16 2014

ACA Bat Cruise 2014: Bigger and Better than Ever!


Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 27, 2014! This is the date of the 2014 ACA annual Bat Cruise, and we have something special lined up for this year’s cruise, you won’t want to miss. Details of the event are still being finalized, and more information will be made available in coming weeks. But we are …

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Jun 02 2014

Support Romanian Secular Public Schools

So, I was tagged in a Facebook post this morning. I normally am not interested in being tagged in Facebook posts. But this was a rare occasion where it was something legitimately interesting. A group in Romania has organized a protest of religious instruction in their public school system. They have many local secularists posting …

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May 22 2014

ReasonCon Materials Going Public

The material that was produced in Hickory, NC, at ReasonCon earlier this month, is beginning to post for public consumption. The majority of presentations are not yet available, but one is, along with something that has become informally dubbed The Drunk-Cast. Below are the audio files that are currently accessible, with descriptions. I will post the …

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May 18 2014

Open thread in AETV 866: Russell and Tracie

No set topic, just calls…although might launch into a rant on explanatory function…

May 12 2014

“A Better Life” – The Movie

Most of you on this blog have likely already heard plenty about Chris Johnson and his “A Better Life” project (AKA “The Atheist Book”). The book was published, orders taken, and product shipped. And if you haven’t seen it—you’re missing something really gorgeous on your coffee table. The book provides photos and stories from the …

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May 05 2014

ReasonCon One, in Hickory, NC

This weekend I was a guest speaker at ReasonCon One. This was the first ReasonCon, held in Hickory, NC. I was invited to come and talk about “Analogies.” The main Keynote was Dr. Richard Carrier, who spoke on the historicity of Jesus and the origins of Christianity. The speaker sessions were free and open to …

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Apr 28 2014

When the Internet Gives you Lemons…

What is not OK? A long time ago, someone made an Internet video reading an e-mail I had written to them during an e-mail exchange. Everything was fine until they reached a point in the letter where what they were “reading” was not what I had written. I defended myself here at the blog because …

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