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Taking The Myth – 04 Oct Edition

This week on Taking The Myth, Stephen Knight and A Scotsman Abroad discuss the big topics with guest callers. Topics include: The UCC Oregon shooting, Craig Stephen Hicks and The Pope. Dean Obeidallah and The Pope are this week’s ASLAN contenders. A Scotsman Abroad also blames something on religion. We also pay our respects to Glen Carrigan. Also, correction – ‘Rand’ is a male name…

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Taking The Myth 13 Sep Edition

This week on Taking The Myth, Stephen Knight and A Scotsman Abroad discuss the big topics with guest callers. Topics include: The UK’s latest ‘Islamophobia’ stats, The Independent Newspapers’ misleading article on anti-Muslim hate, the arrest of Kim Davis, the refugee crisis, Muslim flight attendants and our first ever ‘ASLAN Award’.

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Taking The Myth – Anjem Choudary – 09 Aug 2015

This week on Taking The Myth, Stephen Knight and A Scotsman Abroad discuss the big topics with guest callers. Topics include: Anjem Choudary facing charges for inviting support for ISIS, free speech, the Far-Right, the Jehovah’s Witness church and child abuse. We discuss whether or not certain forms of anti-theism may be counter-productive. We’ll also be taking the time to say a huge thank you to members of Team #GFGS.

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QED Con, Trigger Warnings, Dillahunting and an Ockham Award

 

recordingI had the pleasure of attending my first ever QEDcon this weekend in Manchester. The convention is a wonderful mix of interesting and often hilarious talks and panels on topics related to science & scepticism. As well as the fantastic speakers, there’s also an infectious, friendly vibe that permeates through the whole occasion thanks to the passion and good nature of the attendees. I thoroughly recommend taking a look at the guest speakers and seeking out their work, as well as coming along in 2016 if you can. Read more

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