1. On the Road with David Bazan (part 1)

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    A short documentary about David Bazan, filmed during one weekend during on Autumn 2009 Tour. Watch behind the scenes footage and clips from live performances. Hear Bazan discuss his new songs, his thoughts on the Bible, and his feelings about touring.

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    • Spoken Word Sunday: They Say

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      At the risk of losing followers of The Bathala Project to flex some self expression, I decided to upload this spoken word piece of mine anyways. Like many Second-generation Filipino Americans, I was raised Catholic, and like many of my own generation, I would later become a skeptic... This piece is about keeping an open mind, and to look past what you've been told to find what you find true to yourself. Spoken Word Sundays at The Bathala Project http://www.TheBathalaProject.com

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      • 1-6-13 Sermon - Brian Jobe - Four Steps to Jesus - Atheist to Agnostic

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        Brian Jobe begins the sermon series Four Steps to Jesus by guiding us through the first step: Atheism to Agnosticism.

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        • On the Road with David Bazan (part 2)

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          A short documentary about David Bazan, filmed during one weekend on his Autumn 2009 Tour. Watch behind the scenes footage and clips from live performances. Hear Bazan discuss his new songs, his thoughts on the Bible, and his feelings about touring.

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          • The Truth About The Communist Manifesto: How the Communist Manifesto Ruined the World

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            On this video: Todd Friel Interviews Dr. Benjamin Wiker, author of "10 Books That Screwed Up the World: And 5 Others That Didn't Help" on Wretched Radio. HUMAN EVENTS asked a panel of 15 conservative scholars and public policy leaders to help us compile a list of the Ten Most Harmful Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Each panelist nominated a number of titles and then voted on a ballot including all books nominated. A title received a score of 10 points for being listed No. 1 by one of our panelists, 9 points for being listed No. 2, etc. Appropriately, The Communist Manifesto, by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, earned the highest aggregate score and the No. 1 listing. Authors: Karl Marx and Freidrich Engels Publication date: 1848 Summary: Marx and Engels, born in Germany in 1818 and 1820, respectively, were the intellectual godfathers of communism. Engels was the original limousine leftist: A wealthy textile heir, he financed Marx for much of his life. In 1848, the two co-authored The Communist Manifesto as a platform for a group they belonged to called the Communist League. The Manifesto envisions history as a class struggle between oppressed workers and oppressive owners, calling for a workers' revolution so property, family and nation-states can be abolished and a proletarian Utopia established. The Evil Empire of the Soviet Union put the Manifesto into practice. You've heard of the "Great Books"? These are their evil opposites. From Machiavelli's The Prince to Karl Marx's The Communist Manifesto to Alfred Kinsey's Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, these "influential" books have led to war, genocide, totalitarian oppression, family breakdown, and disastrous social experiments. And yet these authors' bad ideas are still popular and pervasive--in fact, they might influence your own thinking without your realizing it. Here with the antidote is Professor Benjamin Wiker. In his scintillating new book, 10 Books That Screwed Up the World (And 5 Others That Didn't Help), he seizes each of these evil books by its malignant heart and exposes it to the light of day. In this witty, learned, and provocative exposé, you'll learn: * Why Machiavelli's The Prince was the inspiration for a long list of tyrannies (Stalin had it on his nightstand) * How Descartes' Discourse on Method "proved" God's existence only by making Him a creation of our own ego * How Hobbes' Leviathan led to the belief that we have a "right" to whatever we want * Why Marx and Engels's Communist Manifesto could win the award for the most malicious book ever written * How Darwin's The Descent of Man proves he intended "survival of the fittest" to be applied to human society * How Nietzsche's Beyond Good and Evil issued the call for a world ruled solely by the "will to power" * How Hitler's Mein Kampf was a kind of "spiritualized Darwinism" that accounts for his genocidal anti-Semitism * How the pansexual paradise described in Margaret Mead's Coming of Age in Samoa turned out to be a creation of her own sexual confusions and aspirations * Why Alfred Kinsey's Sexual Behavior in the Human Male was simply autobiography masquerading as science Witty, shocking, and instructive, 10 Books That Screwed Up the World offers a quick education on the worst ideas in human history--and how we can avoid them in the future. For more info click here: http://www.amazon.com/10-Books-That-Screwed-World/dp/1596980559 and/or here: http://www.garymcleod.org/communis.htm

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            • On the Road with David Bazan (part 3)

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              A short documentary about David Bazan, filmed during one weekend on his Autumn 2009 Tour. Watch behind the scenes footage and clips from live performances. Hear Bazan discuss his new songs, his thoughts on the Bible, and his feelings about touring.

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              • Advayam

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                An experimental essay film about faith, death, and rebirth. With headphones or the volume up on speakers, you can hear the subtext. Illustrated by views from the elevated subway through Brooklyn crossing the Williamsburg Bridge to Manhattan, and the infamous Bring Your Own Big Wheel event in San Francisco. Advayam means non-duality in Sanskrit.

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                • JesusZilla

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                  • Jeremy L. Green SOS speech 08-13-11

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                    This is a speech given by me, Jeremy L. Green, at the Humanists of the Shoals meeting August 13, 2011

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                    • Virginia Tech Debate on the Existence of God

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                      This was a debate on March 21, 2012 at Virginia Tech. Defending theism were Max Andrews from the Department of Philosophy at Liberty University and Josh Nixon from Virginia Tech. Defending atheism were Dan Linford and Beau Bradley, both from Virginia Tech. For more commentary on the debate see sententias.org The debate was sponsored by the Freethinkers at VT, Leopard Zeuz Fan Club, Ask Big Questions at VT, and the Department of Philosophy at Liberty University.

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