Jerome Corsi “Bad Samaritans”

April 15th, 2013

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The American Civil Liberties Union is a frequent target of Christian critics, who say the organization seems bent on removing God from any public space.

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Now in a new book called “Bad Samaritans,” Jerome Corsi writes that liberty in America has always depended upon a citizenry who believes in God.

And he is convinced that the ACLU is dead set on undermining that belief, that faith, and banishing God from the public square. Continue to the interview > > >

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David Javerbaum “The Last Testament”

November 30th, 2011

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David Javerbaum is a successful comedy writer — he has eleven Emmy awards, for his work as former head writer and executive producer of “The Daily Show” with Jon Stewart.

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And now he says he’s the ghostwriter of a new memoir — by God. Publishers Weekly called it a “blithely blasphemous satire” Javerbaum calls it “The Last Testament.”

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Penn Jillette “God, No!”

August 17th, 2011

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He’s been an atheist since high school. He’s never been shy about proclaiming his belief, and now Penn Jillette — the taller, louder half of Penn & Teller — expounds on life-without-a-God in a series of stream-of-consciousness, autobiographical sketches.

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His book, “God, No!” will take you from his boyhood in Massachusetts, to his failed attempt to be a clown, to success on the Vegas strip .. and on to an ill-fated attempt at a gay hookup, sex underwater, the deaths of his parents ………and how all of this somehow connects to his belief that there is no God. Please be advised, there is adult conversation in this interview.

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Mario Livio “Is God a Mathematician?”

May 5th, 2009

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We’re going to talk about mathematics now, but in a way never discussed in your high school or college math courses. It’s a theoretical, philosophical question that astrophysicist Mario Livio poses. Is mathematics an invention, something that human beings came up with to help count, measure, quantify, predict and explain things? Or maybe math existed long before any humans did, and all we’ve done for millennia is discover it, inventing nothing new. Mario Livio asks the question in his book “Is God a Mathematician?”

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