Seth Andrews, a former Christian broadcaster and believer for 30 years, ultimately escaped the bonds of superstitious thinking to embrace the more satisfying explanations that science provides. A professional video producer and host of one of the most popular atheist communities on the internet, Seth Andrews brings a polished format, a relaxed environment and a rage-free challenge to the religious beliefs that defined his youth.

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More Facepalm Moments

We've all had them.  We read a blog.  We watch a televised news story.  We overhear a conversation.  We get a crazy phone call.  And we facepalm. Share


 07 March 2012  1h42m

Living After Faith

Stepping out of religion into a deity-free existence is a liberating but often challenging experience.  We speak with Rich Lyons, a former minister and curren


 29 February 2012  1h54m

I Have No Topic

In a departure from our themed shows, this podcast will be a stream-of-conciousness grab bag of whatever issue comes up.  Serious.  Funny.  News-related.  Biza


 22 February 2012  1h21m

Faith Healers - With Special Guest James Randi

They claim divine power.  They promise miracles.  They call down supernatural healing.  And then they pass the collection plate.  They are the faith healers.


 16 February 2012  1h45m

Religion and Sexuality

The church insists that sex is God's gift to humankind.  Yet few organizations are more clumsy and repressive on issues of sexuality as the church. What are t


 08 February 2012  1h39m

Is Evolution A Fact? Special guest AronRa and Your Calls.

AronRa ( has spoken on behalf of skepticism and freethought for many years, and his Magic Sandwich podcast has been heard by thousands ac


 01 February 2012  1h30m

Harry Potter Is Of The Devil!

And not just Harry Potter.  All kinds of earthly influences are apparently tainted by Satan.  Role playing games, songs on the radio, television shows, films,


 25 January 2012  1h27m