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When Heroes Turn Out To Be Mere Human

In this episode we find out that even Humanists have concerns about people we honor as Humanists of the Year and that is a good thing. Douglas then talks about the recent report released by the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty and the Freedom From Religion Foundation about the connection of Christian nationalism to the January 6th Insurrection.

Episode 36: When Heroes Turn Out To Be Mere Human

In this episode we find out that even Humanists have concerns about people we honor as Humanists of the Year and that is a good thing. Douglas then talks about the recent report released by the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty and the Freedom From Religion Foundation about the connection of Christian nationalism to the January 6th Insurrection.

00:51 AHA Humanists of the Year Hindsight
19:08 Christian nationalism & the January 6th Insurrection

Extras:

American Humanist Association Humanist of the Year Awardees
“The Last Refuge of Scoundrels”: New Evidence of E. O. Wilson’s Intimacy with Scientific Racism

“Christian Nationalism and the January 6, 2021 Insurrection” Report
New report details the influence of Christian nationalism on the insurrection

Transcript:

Voice Over 0:02
This is Glass City Humanist, a show about humanism, humanist values by a humanist. Here’s your host, Douglas Berger,

Doug Berger 0:11
In this episode, we find out that even humanists have concerns about people we honor as humanists of the year. And that’s a good thing. Then I talk about the recent report released by the Baptist joint committee for religious liberty, and the Freedom From Religion Foundation about the connection of Christian nationalism to the January 6 insurrection.

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Credits

Written, produced, and edited by Douglas Berger and he is entirely responsible for the content. Incidental voice overs by Shawn Meagley

The GCH theme is “Glass City Jam” composed using Ampify Studio

This episode by Glass City Humanist is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.