Dogma Debate is a fast-paced talk radio show that averages 145,000 listeners per month, and topped over 2.4 million podcast downloads. The topics range from politics and religion to science and comedy, but it's a favorite among people of all ages and backgrounds. Some notable guests on Dogma Debate have been Neil deGrasse Tyson and Lawrence Krauss. The show is known as a platform for liberal and conservative believers to defend their faith and political views with respectful challenges by those who disagree. It may upset you, it will make you laugh, but most importantly, it will make you think. http://dogmadebate.com/
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Host and creator of Dogma Debate, David Smalley, is the former Editor-in-Chief of both Secular World & American Atheist magazines, the author of Baptized Atheist, founder of AtheistAudioBooks.com, and is featured in the 2014 movie, My Week in Atheism. Friday, March 27th, Dogma Debate Radio will be making a tour stop right here in San Jose. Host David Smalley will be producing a live Dogma Debate Show from the banquet room of Harry's Hofbrau.
Local Pastor and friend of the ACSJ, Bob Crossland from Grace Church of Silicon Valley, overseeing the South Bay site, will take part of the debate segment of the show.
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Historian and author Richard Carrier will be joining us for the event and take part in the show. Richard Carrier is the author of Sense and Goodness without God, On the Historicity of Jesus, Proving History, and many other books, chapters, and articles. With a Ph.D. in ancient history from Columbia University, he now specializes in the modern philosophy of naturalism, the origins of Christianity, and the intellectual history of Greece and Rome. For more about him and his work visit www.richardcarrier.info.
Greta Christina will join us for the later part of the show. Greta is the author of "Coming Out Atheist: How To Do It, How to Help Each Other, And Why?", and of "Why Are You Atheists So Angry? 99 Things That Piss Off the Godless." She blogs at the cleverly named Greta Christina's Blog, one of the most widely-read and well-respected blogs in the atheist blogosphere, and is a regular contributor to the online political magazines AlterNet and Salon. She was ranked by an independent analyst as one of the Top Ten most popular atheist bloggers, and her writing has appeared in numerous magazines, newspapers, and anthologies.