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Ok, As I've mentioned on the shows this month, TGA is growing up a little, and that means we're switching up things so they run more smoothly. First, as many of you may know, the $20 option is no longer available starting October 1st. That's because this option will be replaced with The Essentials DVD, which I'm currently slaving over in order to complete it before Christmas. Regular members will be upgrade ...

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Churches double down on political involvement

As election day approaches, religious institutions are taking advantage of the uncertainty and religious resurgence to attempt to undo a law prohibiting them from participating in the political process. Now, we all know the IRS is a toothless organization when it comes to this issue: only once have they ever bothered to enforce this law, despite blatant violations (such as when the Mormon Church spent 30 mi ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 188

This week, Ryan joins me for a discussion about group polarization and its effect on society and the atheist community at large. Also on the show, the realities of Abortion, and why no one puts Baby in a corner. SHOW NOTES Psychologists have found that social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter demonstrate that group polarization can occur even when a group is not physically together. As long as the ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 187

This week, Taylor Muse of the band "Quiet Company" takes some time from his busy schedule to come on the show and talk about his new album: We Are All Where We Belong, as well as his journey towards Humanism. Come get your fix! ...

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Did this mythological character really have a wife?

I dislike religious historians. I can't for the life of me fathom how any of these men and women can take their profession seriously when they have so much invested in their beliefs. Who among them is willing to question the historicity of their own God? Even if they are, can we trust the blinders of faith won't simply make it impossible for them to be objective? For an example of what I'm talking about, ta ...

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TGA Podcast: Episode 186

This week, Ryan joins me for another Bible Stories show, featuring The Book of Ruth. It's a short show (the book is, after all, one of the shortest in the Bible), but that doesn't mean it isn't a good one. Come get your fix, people! ...

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Evolution is a lie because dogs have never been on the moon.

Truly there is no greater comedic bastion than Facebook. It's the only place you can find such a high concentration of crazy outside of the Phelps compound. The combination of free expression and ignorance is a constant reminder that as a species, we still have a long way to go. Every once in a while, someone crafts an argument so brilliant, you just have to stand back in awe at the inspired mind that came ...

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Start sending me your faces, people

Well, I'm kicking Bible Stories into high gear this month now that I have all my podcasting ducks in a row. Right now I'm picking the artists I want to imitate, and every time I finish another one, I'll be posting it up for everyone to see. I'm also asking members who paid the 250+ to start sending me their pictures. Preferably, ones with a few different angles so I can get a real good impression of what yo ...

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Dr. Pepper ad upsets dumb people

My friends and loved ones will testify to my undying love of Dr. Pepper. I like the taste, I like the logo, and for a while, I even had a Dr. Pepper background on my x-box. You could say I was a little obsessed with the drink, to say the least. Now I'm officially in love, considering the fact that the company's new ad - featuring a monkey evolving into a man after having found a can of Dr. Pepper - has upse ...

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