This week for you guys we have our interview with Mr. Brian Deer. Mr. Deer is a social issues investigative reporter writing for the Sunday Times of London. He is the recipient of two coveted British Press…Continue
Hey guys! Welcome back! Hope you all had a good week. Thanks for joining me to recap the week's links! We'll get to it in a sec but first...
Have you guys found me on Google+ yet? I share Sunday School links on G+ as I find them each day; no waiting till Sunday! There's a great community of people I share the links and interact with. And on…Continue
Yesterday I had the pleasure of attending the Think Inc conference in Melbourne Australia, the inaugural event, and one that showed much promise with a line-up of speakers which included Professor Tim Flannery, YouTube sensation Christina Rad, activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali (appearing via Skype), poet Shane Koyczan, Professor Neil Degrasse Tyseon, Professor Michael Shermer and political commentator Christopher Hitchens (also intended to appear via Skype).
Unfortunately Christopher Hitchens…Continue
"In what has become one of the greatest deceptions of our day, radical environmentalism…Continue
Added by Martin Pribble on July 18, 2011 at 8:40pm — No Comments
hey guys, as always thanks for stopping in to see what i've gathered together for your Sunday reading!
before i get to the links i'm going to let you know that later tonight we'll be featuring a chat with Tom Clark, author of the excellent book Encountering Naturalism and the guy behind Naturalism.org, a wonderful resource.
always keep in mind that…Continue
first off, last week we re-launched the Think Atheist Radio Show podcast. it was an incredible success. we had a ton of listeners tune in live to hear Greg play his interview with John Loftus. and to our surprise, John even called into the show live in between the recorded portions of the interview during which Greg was taking calls. as if that wasn't enough John popped into chat to say hi to the crew chatting there! and in addition to the ton of live listeners the show has since had a ton…Continue
Added by Martin Pribble on July 1, 2010 at 10:29pm — No Comments