Atheist Community of Austin is hiring a Social Media Coordinator

The Atheist Community of Austin is looking to hire a part-time Social Media Coordinator. We’re a small organization with a huge following, and we want to better organize, modernize, and expand our social media presence with a dedicated employee.

Below, you can see a list of qualifications, as well as a list of expected duties.

Qualifications

Duties

To apply, please send:

  1. Your resume
  2. Your cover letter
  3. A brief (half-page) description of how you would approach managing the ACA’s social media

To:  socialmedia@atheist-community.org

 

Applications will be open until March 10th.

Open thread for episode 22.02: Tracie and Eric Murphy (of Talk Heathen)

Today on TAE, Tracie and Eric take viewer calls.

The Atheist Experience is a production of the Atheist Community of Austin, a Texas nonprofit educational organization dedicated to the separation of church and state and promoting positive atheist culture.

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Links of interest to this week’s program (to come)

Open thread for episode 21.49: Tracie and Don

Today on TAE, Don discusses category errors in the Bible, and then he and Tracie take viewer calls.

The Atheist Experience is a production of the Atheist Community of Austin, a Texas nonprofit educational organization dedicated to the separation of church and state and promoting positive atheist culture.

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Links of interest to this week’s program

  • This history and evolution of “Elohim”
  • Galatians I (verses 1-9 discussed on the show)
    • In the conversation about Galatians, I (Tracie) was asked whether I believed the Galatians had read the Letter to the Hebrews. On the fly I didn’t know. But after looking it up, the answer is “no, and it wouldn’t matter if they had.” The letter is considered to be a forgery and not an authentic Pauline letter (whereas Galatians is considered to be authentic–in contrast). And the letter to the Hebrews is dated after the latest estimated date for the Galatian letters–meaning that it didn’t exist at the time Galatians would have been written and read.