Monthly Archives: July 2007

Show 226: Michael Perelman – “Markets, Competition and Economics”

About Michael Perelman: Although I earned a degree in agricultural economics from the University of California, Berkeley, I never could bring myself to accept the ideological framework of conventional economics. When I looked more deeply into the environmental, social, and … Continue reading

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Show 225: Fund Drive Show – “Evolution, Religion & the New Atheism” w/ David Sloan Wilson

Fund Drive Show – “Evolution, Religion & the New Atheism” w/ David Sloan Wilson What does the Judeo-Christian, Islamic religious world view tell us about human nature and our place in the universe? What does Evolutionary Biology and Scientific Naturalism … Continue reading

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Show 224: Stephen Prothero – Religious Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know–And Doesn’t

From Publishers Weekly: (Stephen) Prothero (American Jesus), begins this valuable primer by noting that religious illiteracy is rampant in the United States, where most Americans, even Christians, cannot name even one of the four Gospels. Such ignorance is perilous because … Continue reading

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Show 223: Call-In Special w/Chip Walter – Humanity through a Naturalistic Lens

One Hour Call-In Special w/Chip Walter – “Humanity through a Naturalistic Lens” To be skeptical merely about the value of religion, faith, and belief in the supernatural, and not call into question the overwhelming influence which such ways of seeing … Continue reading

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