Category Talks & Interviews

A Story to Live By: My Talk from BUC

Hey all! If there’s one thing I’ve always been terrible at it’s taking time to video-record my talks. I’ve been speaking publicly since the age of 17 and have delivered around 300 unique talks—and yet until a week and a half ago, I don’t think I’ve ever video-recorded a single one of them! So, okay now, […]

This Jameson Life: Free Thought Prophet Episode

I have to say, most of the podcasts I’ve done have been pretty straight-laced and serious, but I had an incredible amount of fun on July 10 when I sat down with my new Irish pals John Hamill and Seamus McGaffick for the latest episode of The Free Thought Prophet. The Jameson flowed freely and […]

‘Rise & Fall’ is On Its Way!

An update on my new book, which seeks to foster greater dialogue between those of faith and those without. Use it as a tool for dialogue with friends and family. Amazon preorders releasing soon.

Tools for the Journey: Recovering from Religion Episode

My interview with RfR’s Scott and Emily where we discuss The Clergy Project and my new book The Rise and Fall of Faith.

Momentum Together: Meet The Clergy Project’s New President :)

I must say, I’m pretty damned excited for my newest adventure. If you’re not sure what I’m talking about, read on. I lay it all out below in the first edition of a new TCP newsletter that debuted today and is written for participants in our Online Community of Forums. I share it with all of you […]

Video Interview: A Seminary Project on Atheism

A group of seminary students recently completed a project on how to effectively counsel an atheist. They are studying in a Masters program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Chicago’s Moody Theological Seminary, and yep, that’s the very same school that I had attended. And one of the students working on this group project had grown […]

Hey, That’s Me: My Face on a Billboard for Atheism!

Something fun. And yet serious all at the same time. But for today, just gonna stick to the fun side… I’m on a billboard! It’s part of the Freedom From Religion Foundation‘s new “Out of the Closet” campaign to normalize atheism, an effort to help people see that atheists are normal everyday individuals. Not scary, not evil, […]

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