An evolutionary biologist makes the case that there’s no reconciling science and religion. In the search for truth, one tests hypotheses while the other relies on faith.
The concept of an overseer who knows all, sees all and forbids you to live a life of absolute peace and pleasure unless you serve his name, sounds like absolute madness.
Accepting that life is temporary doesn’t make it meaningless.
How can critical thinking lead to the disproof of a God of Mercy?
Why was this man a genius among African-American writers of the 20th century? How did he come to captivate the US imagination?
The origins of beliefs about life, the universe, and everything.
What happened in this moment in history? What prompted it?
How does an unsettling thing lead to thoughts about God’s plan?
Why is the statement of Constitution Act 1982 unfair, even offensive, to the non-religious, polytheists, and potentially other theists and deists in Canada?
How is religious faith different than atheism in the United States?
Why is the life of an early atheist different than other kids who remain in a faith or formal religion?
What does a Tunisian ex-Muslim atheist who went to Europe have to say about atheism, religion, and critiques of religious practices?
What does a Tanzanian freethinker have to say about Africans and freethinking?
On my latest episode of Faith Deficit, I speak with writer and comedian Chris McCron. Chris is a writer who tackles the challenges that artists encounter during the creative process. He discovered Secular Humanism and his atheistic worldview during his undergrad at the University of Guelph. Read Christopher’s work at https://steemit.com/@chrismccron and chrismccron.com. In this…
There are two new Faith Deficit interviews for you to enjoy. See below for the details – thanks for listening! Episode 15 – Austin Gentry My guest on this episode is Austin Gentry. Austin graduated from UNC Chapel Hill with a double major in Religious Studies and Interpersonal/ Organizational Communication and is also a graduate…
Today I am launching my podcast, Faith Deficit. This is a labour of love – I’ll be exploring individual stories of faith in an increasingly secular world. It’s a conversation I believe we desperately need to have. This is something that has been on my mind for a long time. I am culturally Jewish,…