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Ryan Bell
Life After God
Writer and speaker, Ryan Bell, of A Year Without God, shares insightful commentary on religion and irreligion in North America and engaging interviews with believers, heretics and the uncertain.
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4.7 stars from 161 ratings
Stellar podcast
Ryan does an outstanding job navigating the tightrope between belief, non-belief, secular humanism, and social justice. He speaks up with intelligence, humility, kindness, compassion, and genuineness. We both began our journeys of life after god in late 2015. His guidance and presence have meant...Read full review »
jhwSC via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/12/20
Okay
The content is okay, the host is okay, the guests are okay. I think the show is just okay. Some episodes are awesome while some are boring. I think the podcast just needs a slight tune up.
bthearen via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/13/20
If you can wade through the frequent trite and saccharine wokeness, there are often some very interesting discussions hosted by Ryan. But it is heavily woke, and that can be annoying.
toggle98 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/14/20
Recent Episodes
In this episode Ryan shares a few thoughts about the victory of Joe Biden in the presidential election, followed by an interview with Juhem Navarro-Rivera of Socioanalítica Research about the political views and values of secular Americans as compared to all Americans. These results are revealed...
Published 11/08/20
Published 11/08/20
On this episode I speak with Victoria de la Torre and Margaret Downey about Secular Day of the Dead, a secularized celebration of an ancient pre-Columbian Mesoamerican celebration that goes back some 3,000 years. This year the Freethought Society is hosting International Secular Day of the Dead...
Published 10/29/20
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