Also: What's Wrong with Pres. Obama's Faith-based Council?

President Obama's executive order creating a White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships will be analyzed and critiqued. The show will include audio clips of Obama's speech before the National Prayer Breakfast with host reactions. Author Eric Maisel will be interviewed about his new book: The Atheist's Way: Living Well Without Gods.
Direct download: FTradio_148_022109.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:23 PM

Guest: Matthew Chapman, Author, Filmmaker & Darwin's Great-great Grandson
& Updates on FFRF's "Praise Darwin" Billboard

In honor of Charles Darwin's bicentennial birthday this past week, the hosts will interview Darwin's great-great grandson Matthew Chapman, author of Forty Days and Forty Nights, and Trials of the Monkey. Also featured: Susan Hofer singing the jazz love song and ode to science, "It's Only Natural." The hosts will update the Foundation's campaign to take pro-Darwin billboards to sites where the Dogma Versus Darwin debate still rages! Listen for an entertaining clip of local coverage of the "Praise Darwin: Evolve Beyond Belief" billboard in Dover, Penn. (site of the intelligent design controversy).
Direct download: FTradio_147_021409.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:33 PM

Announcing FFRF's New Darwin  Billboard Campaign

In honor of Charles Darwin's bicentennial birthday on Feb. 12, the hosts will interview reporter Lauri Lebo, author of The Devil in Dover: An Insider's Story of Dogma v. Darwin in Small-town America. Lauri covered the Dover "intelligent design" trial for the York Dispatch. The hosts will also talk about the Foundation's new Darwin billboard campaign, and pay a little homage to "the birthday boy." The song, "Intelligent Design," by poet/Darwin scholar Philip Appleman, to the tune of Battle Hymn of the Republic, will also be featured.
Direct download: FTradio_146_020709.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:28 PM





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