In our latest podcast, Jessica and I discussed the past week in politics and atheism.
We talked about:
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— A Belgian court fined the Jehovah’s Witnesses for shunning former members. (0:25)
— The Catholic Church still says it won’t bless same-sex marriages. Some priests want to rebel. (7:50)
— The Liberty University “think tank” co-founded by right-wing activist Charlie Kirk has fired Charlie Kirk. (18:28)
— CNN’s Don Lemon said God loves everyone. Now a Christian hate group is furious. (24:18)
— The Georgia spa shooter had a long faith-filled history. (27:09)
— Bob Jones University, which once banned interracial dating, wants you to know they oppose the Equality Act. (40:40)
— A Montana Republican says he wants silent prayer in schools as a way to get God back in the classroom. (44:58)
— A Florida bill would let student athletes preach over the loudspeaker before playoff games. (49:55)
— A student recorded her middle school health teacher preaching in the classroom. (57:38)
— Sen. Lindsey Graham says if the filibuster is changed, he’ll talk until he falls over. Let him. (1:00:20)
— Being “Super Straight” is a (silly bigoted) thing now. (1:06:59)
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