Podcast Ep. 130: Janet Heimlich, Founder of the Child-Friendly Faith Project October 9, 2016

Podcast Ep. 130: Janet Heimlich, Founder of the Child-Friendly Faith Project

Our latest podcast guest is Janet Heimlich, founder of the Child-Friendly Faith Project and author of Breaking Their Will: Shedding Light on Religious Child Maltreatment, both of which examine child abuse and neglect that is enabled by religious belief in the United States.

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Janet is also a reporter who has worked for NPR and written for a variety of publications.

(Full disclosure: I’m on the advisory board for the Child-Friendly Faith Project.)

I spoke with her about the way children suffer at the hands of religion, whether teaching kids about Hell constitutes abuse, and what atheists can do to help.

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