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  • Episode 22 – Camp Quest

    On today’s episode, we talk with Norm Barrett Wiik, contributor to Atheist Voices of Minnesota, about Camp Quest Minnesota, a summer camp for kids that focuses on critical thinking skills.  Norm is on the board of directors and currently serves as Registrar and Treasurer; he  has been working with Camp Quest for several years. We also discuss the results of the bet made on Episode 21, and Norm answers our five questions. You can learn a lot more about the camp in our interview and then you can help us raise a little money for charity in this season of giving!  There’s a widget on our website, and through the month of December, we are trying to raise $500. That’s just about the right amount to sponsor one child’s cost for a week at Camp Quest.  If you think that idea is as cool as we do, pledge something!

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  • Episode 18 – Atheist Voices of Minnesota

    This week, we were joined by Bill Lehto, editor of “Atheist Voices of Minnesota,” a collection of essays from Minnesota Atheists.  The book features essays by prominent Minnesota atheists including former guest Stephanie Zvan, PZ Myers, Chris Stedman, and our very own Tim Wick!  Bill talks with us about the process of producing the book and then he gets to answer our five questions.  At the end of the episode, we even give you some information about how you can win a free signed copy of the book, so pay attention!

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  • Episode 7 – Two Year Long Mars Boner

    The three of us get together to explore our most recent geeky boners including comic books, Mars Curiousity and running with zombies.  Tim also talks a little about his contribution to an essay compilation.  Then we turn our minds to a question a Fundamentalist Christian asked Tim on his blog – is there such a thing as a fundamentalist atheist?  Once we’ve spent some time pondering that question, we turn our attention to Nick and he finally gets to answer our five questions.  If his favorite sandwich doesn’t make you hungry, there’s something wrong with you.

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