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It’s a solo effort this week, as a Southern Snow/Icepocalypse added to hectic schedules conspired to make it impossible for the intrepid heathens to synchronize, so apologies to those who only tune in for Joe’s dulcet tones; hopefully Seethin’s decidedly less velvety tones will do for this week. On tap: The Denmark shootings and what we know as of now; Tennessee once again tries to sneak Christianity into the State Constitution; Georgia teachers thinks forcing kids to pray is just fine; 50 Shades in a hit in a hilariously ironic locale; A pediatrician won’t see a baby because of its parents; and Foundation Beyond Belief shows atheists have a heart without the threat of eternal damnation to motivate them. Sometimes going solo feels better! Enjoy!
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Request for Review of Court Order Forcing Non-Religious Parent to take Children to Catholic Church Petition
Sam Harris iTunes Page
Sam Harris Soundcloud Page
Denmark attacks: Large crowds mourn shooting victims
GOP Lawmaker Wants To Add ‘Almighty God, Our Savior’ To Constitution As ‘Creator’ Of Liberty
Georgia public school teachers humiliate kids for not praying to ‘God our Father’: lawsuit
Maddow: ’50 Shades Of Grey’ Top Ticket Sales From Religious Anti-Gay Hate Group’s Hometown
Christian Pediatrician Refuses to Treat Baby Girl Because Her Parents Are Lesbian
Drive to Honor the Victims of the Chapel Hill Shooting
The Unholy Trinity Down Under Tour Official Website
We keep you guessing with the release schedule here at UTBB, and this is no exception, as this is being released on a Thursday! Who doesn’t like surprises? This week, we start off with the tragic story of the Chapel Hill shootings and its relation to atheism (nothing, we contend); Tennessee decides it wants to try to succeed where Mississippi failed; A prayer for no insurance for poor people in Tennessee; We see Alabama once again trying to stand in the way of progress, which it partially succeeds at, for now; Obama tells the truth about religions, and Republicans shockingly are appalled; and Virginia may be for lovers, but apparently not when they’re non-believers. Keep away those winter blues and listen to the latest UTBB podcast!
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Camp Quest Oklahoma Website
3 Muslim students shot to death in Chapel Hill, neighbor charged
CJ Werleman Tweet Regarding Sam Harris And Chapel Hill Shootings
Lawmaker wants to make Bible official book of Tennessee
State Senate Trots Out Wingnut To Pray … Against Insure Tennessee?
4 Alabama judges refuse to perform same-sex weddings citing religious beliefs
President Obama Compares ISIS Terrorism To Christian Crusades Right Wing Heads Explode (Video)
Virginia Court Official Tells Atheist Couple They Have No Right To Get Married Because They Don’t Believe In God
We went to a library study room to put this week’s episode together, and it shows. But it also goes to show the lengths we will go to bring you an episode. That’s a positive thing, right? This week, Seethin reads a letter, plugs a podcast, and makes the case for charity and doing good deeds in an atheist/secular context; We discover that Bryan Fischer is out, but not really, at the American Family Association; We find that Alabama repeats history and wants to defy Federal law; A more inclusive Veteran’s monument is given the green light in North Carolina; Judaism is not exempt from crazy fundy types; and how atheism could bring peace on Earth! It may not sound great this week, but this episode in nothing if not uplifting!
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Everyone’s Agnostic Podcast
The Moody Atheist Blog
Foundation Beyond Belief
The AFA Cannot Wash Its Hands Of Bryan Fischer’s Bigotry That Easily
SPLC files ethics complaint against Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore over pledge to defy federal law and enforce same-sex marriage ban
King approves design for new kneeling soldier statue
Facebook, Unchain Me!
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