Monthly Archives: January 2008

Show 250: Children, Religion, Coercion, and Submission

What is the relationship between the way we are raised, and religion? Equal Time for Freethought explores the way in which our experience as children predisposes us toward certain religious attitudes and practices, and how religious attitudes and practices in … Continue reading

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Show 249: Ubuntu, Humanism and South Africa

A person is a person through other persons”. This rather humanistic concept articulated by the Zulu philosophy of “Ubuntu” is enjoying a renaissance in the 21st Century, serving as a fashionable touchstone for progressive ideals from African diplomacy to the … Continue reading

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Show 248: Dr. Susan Wicklund – “Women’s Reproduction, Christian Fascism, and Women’s Emancipation: The Morality of Abortion and the Immorality of Those Who Want to Take it Away”

“Women’s Reproduction, Christian Fascism, and Women’s Emancipation: The Morality of Abortion and the Immorality of Those Who Want to Take it Away, Pt. II” As the 35th anniversary of Roe V. Wade approaches, it is appropriate to take stock at … Continue reading

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Show 247: Cristina Page – “Women’s Reproduction, Christian Fascism, and Women’s Emancipation: The Morality of Abortion and the Immorality of Those Who Want to Take it Away”

“Women’s Reproduction, Christian Fascism, and Women’s Emancipation: The Morality of Abortion and the Immorality of Those Who Want to Take it Away.” Part 1 of a two-week special hosted by Sunsara Taylor! As the 35th anniversary of Roe V. Wade … Continue reading

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