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The Science Enthusiast Podcast

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Mar 29, 2017

The Science Enthusiast Podcast!

Just the right amount of not-a-science-podcast! It's not the worst, but thank you for listening (and we're sorry?)!

Hosts: Natalie Newell (Skeptical Parenting) and Dan Broadbent (A Science Enthusiast)!

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Sponsor: Ken Ham. Because Ken Ham.
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God of the week: A story (as always, but this time told by Nat)

Interview: Tonight we are thrilled to be joined by Kevin Davis, the founder of Young Skeptics and the head writer of Secular Voices for Patheos. Kevin is also the author of Understanding an Atheist: A Practical Guide to Relating to Nonbelievers (Get it at Kevin’s activism is focused on attacking the social stigma that accompanies being openly nonreligious, as well as advocating for children against the harms that aggressive indoctrination can cause.

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Why we love the internet: Because our favorite FFRF attorney, Andrew Seidel, continues to come on our show! He talked to us about the FFRF’s newest commercial, shot at Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter!

The commercial:

Our live video record with Andrew:

Quote of the Week: Religion is not merely the opium of the masses, it's the cyanide. (Tom Robbins)

Next week:  Rob Sharkey, aka the Shark Farmer on Twitter (! He also does *two* podcasts: and!

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The music you heard tonight was written and performed by Adam Johnson, and was used with his permission. You can contact Adam at

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