Irreligiosophy means “the wisdom of irreligion” — it is about questioning dogmas handed down uncritically to us and researching into the history, practice, and theology of various religions. It’s about scrutinizing religious claims with a skeptical eye and placing them in historical perspective. But ultimately, Irreligiosophy 2.0 is really about arming atheists to wage the culture war with arguments and reason. We focus on Christianity because that is the religion that we are most confronted by in our daily lives, but we see all religion and all irrationality as threats to the continued advancement of knowledge, progress, and social justice.
2.73: Cara Santa Maria
Our final episode (part 1) brings back Cara Santa Maria to discuss politics, science, the universe, and everything.
2.72 Recent Supreme Court Decisions II
Our final episode (part 2) brings back Geoff Blackwell of American Atheists to give incisive legal commentary on some recent Supreme Court decisions while we attempt to derail the conversation. If you like this episode, you'll love Geoff's legal movie review podcast, Not So Grand Jury, at notsograndjury.com.
2.71 Recent Supreme Court Decisions
The One True Podcast's final episode brings Geoff Blackwell of American Atheists back to talk about the recent spate of ill-considered decisions regarding religion, which were brought to you by the Christian Nationalists on the Supreme Court.
2.70 Socrates & Jesus
For this, the final episode of Irreligiosophy 2.0, we compare the lives and evidence for two important men, one real and one fictional.
2.69 Skunkies 2018
Better late than never! In this episode we discuss every single person who did a skunky thing in 2018.
2.68 Generic Christmas Episode, or Did Baby Jesus Exist?
And here it is, our sort of annual Christmas episode, dealing with many things but mostly centering around the historical or mythical existence of baby Jesus.
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Chuck and Leighton are great at examining religious issues from a skeptical perspective while somehow entertaining you along the way. Please come back! Matt’s ok too - any haunted house business recommendations?
The podcast was great at the start and then it got really bad later when a new host came in. Thankfully the flow of episodes slowed down to one a year.
I’m not certain why Chuck and Matt gave up on this podcast. Good riddance. Does Kent Hovind have a podcast I can listen to?