Show Notes:

This week we are joined by the WOMEN of PSF! (PS. They aren’t really in the kitchen)

News you can use:
1 WHO. “Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy” (November16, 2015). Available online at

2 NC HHS. “NC immunization Branch – NC Exemptions.” Available online at

3 Ben Goldacre. “How vaccine scares respect local cultural boundaries” (April 24, 2013). Available online at

Watch the full episode of The Andy Griffith Show referenced in this episode here:

On this special episode of Atheist Avengers, we interview Christian Metal Rocker turned Atheist, Shannon Low. His band is called ‘The Order of Elijah’. He talks to us about losing his faith and the backlash from his fans. But he insists on continuing to rock out!


LOGO 2017

This week we just talk about who we are, and where we came from, and why we are… the Atheist Avengers!

Roast of God, From ReAsonCon 2015:

LOGO 2017

This week we talk to Neil Winters and Bryce Blankenagel about leaving Mormonism and how it affected them and their families.


*NOTE: Unequally Yoked Podcast will be available on the RAM Spreaker very soon.  

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New Segment: “Secular News & Views You Can Use” hosted by Willie, the Old Goat with a Weiner, from rural North Carolina (Intro/Outro music: “A Star, A Jewel, And A Hoax”  by John Prine)

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Fred Edwords has a long history in organized humanism. For 15 years he was executive director of the American Humanist Association, for 12 years editor of the Humanist magazine, and for six years national director of the United Coalition of Reason. He is past president of Camp Quest, a summer camp for freethinking children, and has served on the board of the International Humanist and Ethical Union and the founding board of the National Center for Science Education. Through the 1980s he was the founder and editor of the Creation/Evolution journal, the only publication specializing in answering creationist arguments, and debated all the nation’s leading creationists. As a continuing voice for humanist ideas, he has, over the past forty years, appeared on national and local radio and television in the United States and Canada, been interviewed on radio and for newspapers around the world, and has lectured in North America, Europe, and India.
Today he is director of planned giving for the Humanist Foundation of the American Humanist Association and would be pleased to help you provide a future for your humanist values in your will or other estate plan. He also serves on the adjunct faculty of the Humanist Institute, is the American Humanist Association’s historian, and sits on the Broader Social Impacts Committee of the Hall of Human Origins at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC.

For more information about the Endowment Fund of the American Humanist Association and estate planning options visit:
The Humanist Foundation: The Endowment Fund of the American Humanist Association


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