Scott Lohman and Dr. Jerry Smith talk about the basics of critical thinking.
Scott Lohman discusses the philosophy and history of Unitarianism with Dr. David Breeden, minister at First Unitarian Society.
Humanists of Minnesota President Scott Lohman interviews Blake Page, a cadet formerly at West Point who resigned due to religious descrimination. Page talks about his time at the academy.
He is also part of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, an organization that helps members of the miliary with religious discrimination issues.
Scott Lohman talks to Jason Thibeault of the Lousy Canuck blog on Freethought Blogs about Canada's religion and humanism. Jason says he is "an IT guy, skeptic, feminist, gamer and atheist, and love OSS, science of all stripes (especially space-related stuff), and debating on-line and off."
Scott Lohman interviews Maggie Koerth-Baker, author of Before the Lights Go Out: Conquering the Energy Crisis Before It Conquers Us (Amazon).
Nathan Curland interviews August Berkshire, former president of Minnesota Atheists and recipient of the Outstanding Humanist award. They discuss free will, a topic of interest to many humanists. They ask whether free will is simply an illusion.
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