Living After Faith is now more interactive.
We need some “crunchy” rock music ins and outs and stings and beds for the Living After Faith podcast. Must be copyright free… anyone want to help?
Is there such a thing as religion that does no harm? NO! And in this episode we tell you WHY.
Xtian warning: If you are a Christian and you don’t want to be offended, this is an episode to skip. We examine how religion, even in its most innocuous forms, destroy life and the value of living.
A must listen if you are out of religion but still struggling with questions about the value of religion.
Rich was a co-host on Ask An Atheist’s most recent show in their new radio format! It’s available via audio podcast now, or you can wait a couple of days for the video.
Our good friend Dr. Darrel Ray is gathering information for an upcoming project. It’s about our two favorite subjects! If you have the time, please fill out this survey, and feel free to pass it on!
When Rich Lyons first moved to Seattle, he didn’t talk much about his past. People who know him now have a hard time believing that for over 20 years, Rich was a preacher at a conservative Pentecostal church in East Texas. But after Rich started to object to what he saw as hatred and intolerance, he began preaching acceptance, and the church officials pushed back. He lost his job and his marriage, spiraling into a suicidal depression. Rich explains how he came out of his depression, became an outspoken atheist and found a new community in Seattle. Rich Lyons talks with KUOW’s Jeremy Richards.
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