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(16:16) Brojo from Arkansas calls in to The Atheist Experience. The Atheist Experience YT channel

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Guest: (1074 days ago)

I used to like watching this show because I consider Matt to be very smart but his recent vulgar language explosion makes him sound less educated.  People use the “F” word when they cannot come up with something more intelligent to say instead.

 

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I used to like watching this show because I consider Matt to be very smart but his recent vulgar language explosion makes him sound less educated.  People use the “F” word when they cannot come up with something more intelligent to say instead.

 

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Mesmerelda Mesmerelda (1074 days ago)

Sometimes people get out of bed the wrong side. Listen to his arguments - they are sound.

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Sometimes people get out of bed the wrong side. Listen to his arguments - they are sound.

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Guest: (1074 days ago)

I usually agree with Matt’s arguments.  But he doesn’t always hold back his emotions while debating and calls the person on the phone “A piece of shit.”  Very unfortunate for the tone of the show.  

The caller wasn’t really bad but Matt’s temper flew off the handle.  Apparently it’s okay for Matt to interrupt the caller but absolutely not acceptable for the caller to interrupt Matt.

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I usually agree with Matt’s arguments.  But he doesn’t always hold back his emotions while debating and calls the person on the phone “A piece of shit.”  Very unfortunate for the tone of the show.  

The caller wasn’t really bad but Matt’s temper flew off the handle.  Apparently it’s okay for Matt to interrupt the caller but absolutely not acceptable for the caller to interrupt Matt.

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Guest: (1074 days ago)

He's the same as any other religious zealot., he's passionate about his beliefs. If you don't want a sermon that supports what you already believe, you wouldn't tune into something called 'The Atheist Experience'.

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He's the same as any other religious zealot., he's passionate about his beliefs. If you don't want a sermon that supports what you already believe, you wouldn't tune into something called 'The Atheist Experience'.

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Guest: (1074 days ago)

Some people want to learn the other side of their beliefs so they do tune into shows like this even if they are religious.  You don’t hear too many atheist callers.  In fact, you hear strong religious ones that try to debate against the hosts and prove them wrong — unsuccessfully mostly.

As a devout atheist myself, I’m always willing to listen to my religious friends.  If they are willing to wait for rebuttal that disproves their beliefs, thats great.  Most of them don’t want to hear anything against what they believe so they cut off the conversation or try to direct me to watch a series of youtube videos or to talk to their preacher.  They cannot hold their own position well enough and are still unwilling to change their core beliefs even when proven wrong.

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Some people want to learn the other side of their beliefs so they do tune into shows like this even if they are religious.  You don’t hear too many atheist callers.  In fact, you hear strong religious ones that try to debate against the hosts and prove them wrong — unsuccessfully mostly.

As a devout atheist myself, I’m always willing to listen to my religious friends.  If they are willing to wait for rebuttal that disproves their beliefs, thats great.  Most of them don’t want to hear anything against what they believe so they cut off the conversation or try to direct me to watch a series of youtube videos or to talk to their preacher.  They cannot hold their own position well enough and are still unwilling to change their core beliefs even when proven wrong.

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Guest: (1074 days ago)

Yeah funnily enough I find the exact same with my 'devout atheist friends'.  I think it's common among anyone who considers themselves to be 'devout', including Dillahunty and this person that calls up.  Generally this sort of fervent belief is a product of indoctrination and generally those affected aren't even aware of it, no offence intended.

Yes occasionally you'll get people wading in to preach their own beliefs and have an argument, but callers aren't representative of an audience.  They are representative of whoever sounds like they'll be entertaining.  I bet there are as few genuine followers of Abrahamic religion that reguarly watch a show like this, as there are devout religious Atheists that watch the various Bible-bashing c hannels.

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Yeah funnily enough I find the exact same with my 'devout atheist friends'.  I think it's common among anyone who considers themselves to be 'devout', including Dillahunty and this person that calls up.  Generally this sort of fervent belief is a product of indoctrination and generally those affected aren't even aware of it, no offence intended.

Yes occasionally you'll get people wading in to preach their own beliefs and have an argument, but callers aren't representative of an audience.  They are representative of whoever sounds like they'll be entertaining.  I bet there are as few genuine followers of Abrahamic religion that reguarly watch a show like this, as there are devout religious Atheists that watch the various Bible-bashing c hannels.

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Guest: (1074 days ago)

I would be entertained watching a religious show that invited atheists to call in, mostly.  Know of any?

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I would be entertained watching a religious show that invited atheists to call in, mostly.  Know of any?

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Guest: (1073 days ago)

God (no pun intended) there must be literally thousands.  K-love, Smile FM, Premier FM.  Loads and loads.  I think Premier FM actually make a point of talking with atheists.  I suspect it would be a lot less entertaining to you than you'd like to think.

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God (no pun intended) there must be literally thousands.  K-love, Smile FM, Premier FM.  Loads and loads.  I think Premier FM actually make a point of talking with atheists.  I suspect it would be a lot less entertaining to you than you'd like to think.

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Guest: (1073 days ago)

Those all seem like music stations on the FM radio.  I really meant watch , not listen.  New requirement: I want it recorded (like on YouTube or Vimeo) because I don’t have the right schedule to be there while its live.  Just like I’ve never seen a Live show of “The Atheist Experience” either.

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Those all seem like music stations on the FM radio.  I really meant watch , not listen.  New requirement: I want it recorded (like on YouTube or Vimeo) because I don’t have the right schedule to be there while its live.  Just like I’ve never seen a Live show of “The Atheist Experience” either.

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All of them have talk shows or panel shows where users can call in.  Premier has loads of talk shows and call-ins and you can listen to them live or on catch-up.  

If it's relating to callers why do you need to watch rather than listen?  Anyway, that's none of my business.  You originally asked if there are religious shows that invited atheists to call in.  There are, and lots of them.  Whether they conform to your viewing habits or preferences doesn't particularly interest me, but feel free to use Google.

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All of them have talk shows or panel shows where users can call in.  Premier has loads of talk shows and call-ins and you can listen to them live or on catch-up.  

If it's relating to callers why do you need to watch rather than listen?  Anyway, that's none of my business.  You originally asked if there are religious shows that invited atheists to call in.  There are, and lots of them.  Whether they conform to your viewing habits or preferences doesn't particularly interest me, but feel free to use Google.

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Guest: (1074 days ago)

Agree  using the "F" words dumbs him and he's argument. There's a very small justification if dumbing down, and swearing, to a  Numpty helps get the argument across ie using "thier" language. But in this case it was only Matt swearing!

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Agree  using the "F" words dumbs him and he's argument. There's a very small justification if dumbing down, and swearing, to a  Numpty helps get the argument across ie using "thier" language. But in this case it was only Matt swearing!

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