1. The Humanist Hour #91: Sanderson Jones, Sunday Assembly co-founder

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    In this month’s show, Todd and Kim interview Sanderson Jones, co-founder of The Sunday Assembly. Along with Pippa Evans, Sanderson Jones co-founded the rapidly growing global phenomenon called The Sunday Assembly. Learn how comedians Sanderson and Pippa came up with The Sunday Assembly slogan: Live better, help often, and wonder more. Find out why the term “atheist church” some people are employing to describe The Sunday Assembly is used reluctantly, and how the songs for their assemblies are chosen, an element for which they are becoming increasingly well-known. For complete show notes, visit: http://podcast.thehumanist.org/2014/01/the-humanist-hour-91-sanderson-jones-sunday-assembly-co-founder/

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    • The Humanist Hour #79: The Evolution of Comedy

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      In this month’s podcast, Todd and Jes speak with comedians Ian Harris and Jason Resler about their show, the Evolution of Comedy: Intelligently Designed Humor. America’s Top rationalist comedians delivering scathing commentary on taboo subjects such as religion and politics, skewering commonly held beliefs, myths, and superstitions. If you are a fan of ‘reason’ you will need no other to love this show! To read the full description of the program, visit The Humanist Hour website: http://podcast.thehumanist.org/2012/12/the-humanist-hour-79-the-evolution-of-comedy/

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      • The Humanist Hour #92: Dr. Anthony B. Pinn

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        In this month’s show, Todd and Kim interview Dr. Anthony B. Pinn, a member of the American Humanist Association Board of Directors, the Agnes Cullen Arnold Professor of Humanities and Professor of Religious Studies at Rice University, and Director of Research for the Institute for Humanist Studies. He is a prolific author and public intellectual working at the intersections of African-American religion, constructive theology, and humanist thought. The issues and topics covered by Dr. Pinn include his newest book, an autobiography titled "Writing God’s Obituary: How a Good Methodist Became a Better Atheist"; redemptive suffering; the relationship between humanism, hip hop, and jazz; the concept of theodicy; the issues of diversity in the humanist movement—including suggestions to make improvements; how sex and the human body are seen as shameful by many religious adherents; and more. For complete details and show links, click here: http://thehumanist.com/multimedia/podcast/the-humanist-hour-92-dr-anthony-b-pinn

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        • The Humanist Hour #90: Dr. Peter Boghossian

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          In this month’s show, Todd and Kim interview Dr. Peter Boghossian, philosopher and the author of "A Manual for Creating Atheists." Listen and Todd and Kim talk to Dr. Boghossian about many topics including his new book, "A Manual for Creating Atheists,” the “faith virus,” how to get religious believers to change their way of thinking, the non-theist sense of wonder, gateway beliefs, and a new TV project called “The Reason Whisperer.” Complete show notes and links here: http://podcast.thehumanist.org/2013/12/the-humanist-hour-90-dr-peter-boghossian/

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