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Dec 16 2012

Open Thread for AETV #792

Hosted by Russell and Lynnea Glasser.

Dec 03 2012

Open Thread for AETV #790: Matt and Darrel Ray

The Atheist Experience welcomes special guest Darrel Ray, author of The God Virus and Sex and God. On an unrelated side note, sometime in the last few weeks our FTB blog passed a million hits.  Hooray!

Nov 12 2012

Open thread on AETV #787

Russell and Don on “Embellishing God’s True Religion: How revealed religions need embellishment to keep the con going.”  (Show archive link / mp3.)  

Oct 21 2012

Open thread on AETV 784

Posting this one a little early.  It will be a two hour show with Russell Glasser and Matt Dillahunty.

Oct 09 2012

Open thread on AETV #782

Atheist Experience #782: They Don’t Believe That With Matt Dillahunty and Don Baker.

Sep 17 2012

Open thread for AETV #779

Audio Video (not available yet) Silly show with Russell and Jeff, multiple calls about what “spirituality” means.  And a creationist who thought that Kent Hovind was the most bestest scholar ever. I think there will be a new Non-Prophets airing on Tuesday at 9 PM central.  Keep an eye on Matt’s YouTube channel, which is where …

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Aug 20 2012

Open thread on AETV #775 / NPR 11.12

Atheist Experience: Don and Russell talk about the failure of Christian medicine Non-Prophets: We interview Ben after his second year at Camp Quest Texas. (Sorry, the audio version is not up yet.) Video streaming by Ustream

Aug 13 2012

Open thread on AETV #774 / NPR 11.11

This week: Russell and Jeff on The Atheist Experience.  (Despite what the archive page said, episode 773 772 did not happen due to regular scheduling issues.) Russell throws together a Hangout with several newcomers, including Ian Cromwell and Steven Olsen, calls it The Non-Prophets.  Also available from the podcast. Correction: 773 was aired last week.  Martin’s …

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Jul 08 2012

Open thread on AETV 769

Tonight, Jeff Dee and Russell Glasser took a lot of calls.  Creationist Matt from Oslo returned, and so did the guy who once told us that imagination is beter than knowledge.  Also a long call on how historians and scientists claim to know things.  Good times.

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