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In this week’s episode of the ReligionProf Podcast, I share a long-overdue conversation with Andrew Murtagh and Adam Lee. Both of them are humanists, but Andrew is a Christian humanist while Adam is an atheist humanist. Both are also Patheos bloggers: Adam blogs at Daylight Atheism and Andrew blogs at Soapbox Redemption.
Why did I say that we were long overdue to record a podcast? Because we talked about doing so prior to Andrew and Adam’s visit to Indianapolis last October, when they spoke at Butler University. Unfortunately we didn’t manage to make it happen until later.
Podcast - Topics - Ability - People - Principles
In the podcast, we talk about topics such as whether the ability of people to collaborate based on shared moral principles across a significant ideological divide is a problem for either worldview.
In case you are wondering, having pressed Adam on his espousal of mythicism during the Q&A at Butler, I didn’t see the point in focusing on that again, although if he is ever interested in coming back on the show to do so, I’d be happy to...
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