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Posted on Sep 6, 2012 in critical thinking, NEPA Freethought Society, NEPA Freethought Society podcast, philosophy | 1 comment

My podcast interview with D.J. Grothe

I recently recorded an interview with the president of the James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF), D.J. Grothe, for a special episode of the NEPA Freethought Society Podcast produced by Jason Gogola. We primarily spoke about the intersection of atheism, skepticism, and humanism in addition to the differences concerning these individual terms. Also discussed was the James Randi Educational Foundation, skeptical activism, and much more.

Past episodes of the NEPA Freethought Society Podcast — including interviews with prominent members of the atheist/skeptic community, debates, and topical discussions — are available on the NEPA Freethought Society’s website for streaming, download from the site, and download on iTunes.

Find this episode and many others here. Enjoy!

 

  • Phil Ery

    Really brilliant interview, thank you.