Nov 29th, 2009 by admin | No Comments »
Naturalistic Holiday Special!
The holiday season is officially here and though many nonbelievers might spin an index finger and mutter “Well, whoopty do!,” the period from Thanksgiving to Christmas need not be problematic for people who don’t believe in Jesus, nor need it be joyless for people who do not believe in god at all.
During this one hour special Arnell Dowret offers a naturalistic take on the holidays – and he’ll explain how those who are secular may want to celebrate the holidays for the significant benefits they have to offer.
He’ll start out wrapping up thanksgiving weekend by asking listeners to call in about what they are grateful for in their lives.*
For the bottom half of the hour, he’ll talk about the upcoming weeks and ideas for having a Naturalistic Christmas Day.
And while not everyone’s response will be to run out, get a flu shot, and go visit a Santa (probably a good thing) – you may find the holidays just a little more fun!
Nov 22nd, 2009 by admin | No Comments »
Michael O’Neil will host as we take your calls LIVE and discuss the BBC’s refusal to include Humanist contributions in their Thought For The Day program, along with a new ad campaign in Britain partly financed by Dr. Richard Dawkins.
Nov 15th, 2009 by admin | No Comments »
‘Good without God’ w/ Greg Epstein
This Sunday, Matthew will interview Greg Epstein, author of the new book ‘Good Without God; What a Billion Non-Religious People Do Believe.’ The book has influenced many campaigns, such as the ‘Good Without God’ posters in the New York City subway system.
Epstein is the Humanist Chaplain at Harvard University. He blogs for Newsweek magazine and The Washington Post, and has been featured by National Public radio, BBC radio, Newsweek, US News and World Report and more.
Nov 1st, 2009 by admin | No Comments »
Celebrating Charles Darwin!
Join us for a 2-hour fund-drive program airing at a special time as we celebrate naturalist Charles Darwin, author of perhaps the most important science text in human history – ‘On the Origin of Species‘ (1859)!