In this episode Douglas talks to Rev. Dr. TK Barger of the First Unitarian Church of Toledo about the historic ties between the UUs and Humanism. We also discuss how Unitarians have religious rituals that are not based in the supernatural and we talk about some of the differences between religious and secular humanism.
In this longer than usual episode I talk with Nick Little, Vice President and General Counsel of the Center for Inquiry, about his group’s effort to force big retailers to be honest about homeopathy products they sell. We discuss the group’s current work to allow secular celebrants to solemnize marriages in all the states. Finally we look at the current status of church and state litigation in the time of Trump. It isn’t good.
In this episode we talk to Charles Hill, a facilitator for the Columbus Ohio chapter of Recovering from Religion. We talk about how some religious believers, even professional clergy, make the transition to being a non-believer, how important telling your story is to the process, and the start of efforts to form a Toledo chapter of his group.
In today’s episode, we talk to Emily Newman, Education Coordinator for the American Humanist Association’s Center for Education. We will discuss the HERE for Climate project and how climate change is the theme for this year’s Secular Week of Action that takes place May 1st through the 10th and coincides with the National Day of Reason.
School vouchers are used to indirectly fund religious schools and contribute to a conservative fever dream against government-run common schools. Why are they bad for Ohio?
In this episode we talk to secular activist Monette Richards. She is vice president of Secular Woman and former president of CFI NE Ohio.
In the debut episode of Glass City Humanist, host Douglas Berger gives a brief manifesto of what the podcast will be about. Next he talks to Matt McMahon, one of the organizers of Toledo Skeptics.