Podcast Ep. 214: Sex Ed Ignorance Isn’t Bliss April 28, 2018

Podcast Ep. 214: Sex Ed Ignorance Isn’t Bliss

In our latest podcast, Jessica and I discussed the past week in politics and atheism.

We talked about:

— The Ten Commandments monument outside the Arkansas Capitol… again. (3:12)

— The Congressional Freethought Caucus has finally formed! (13:13)

— Why did the House chaplain resign? Maybe he deserved to. (24:15)

— There’s an open atheist in the NFL once again: The Arizona Cardinals’ Josh Rosen. (37:42)

— There’s no good reason to prevent your kids from learning about sex education. (41:50)

— A Tennessee school district wants to celebrate Billy Graham Day. No… just no. (59:13)

— GQ says the Bible isn’t an essential read. They’re right. (1:04:48)

— Oklahoma is on the verge of passing a bill allowing taxpayer-funded adoption agencies to discriminate against gay couples and non-Christians. (1:09:47)

— When FOX News is too tough on you, Donald Trump just goes to Christian television. (1:15:44)

— Jessica has some thoughts on recent mass shootings. (1:19:14)

— We answer listener mail! (1:23:40)

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