Sunday, September 18, 2016


Skepticule 118: Soz Sean Slater; NSS Conference; Properly Basic?; Stephen Law, Tyler McNabb; Derren Brown; Internet Freedom of Speech; Book Review - Why Trust the Bible?; Confession; TTPMO x 2.


Apologies to Sean Slater of Edinburgh Skeptics for totally failing to play his promo for Edinburgh Skeptics on the Fringe.

Paul Orton tells us all about his attendance at the National Secular Society's 150 birthday celebration.

The Pauls discuss the Unbelievable? Radio Show's episode - Is belief in God ‘properly basic’? Tyler McNabb vs Stephen Law.... AND two episodes featuring Derren Brown.

Paul Orton needs advice on what Humanist lapel badge to wear at an Ecumenical church service.

Anonymous Steve asks the team what we think about Internet giants deciding on Freedom of Speech and censorship and the new world order.

Paul Thompson starts a detailed analytical book review Why Trust the Bible? by Amy Orr-Ewing. We start off with an analysis of the Foreword by Ravi Zacharias.

Johno Pearce discusses the Catholic concept of Confession.

TTPMOs: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and Mulberry Trees


National Secular Society

Charles Bradlaugh

Unbelievable?: Is belief in God ‘properly basic’? Tyler McNabb vs Stephen Law:

Unbelievable?: Derren Brown discusses Christianity, atheism and the resurrection:

Why Trust the Bible?

Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics

Amy Orr-Ewing

Editing and shownotes: Paul Thompson

Paul Thompson ("Sinbad")
The Skeptical Probe

Paul Orton, militant agnostic

Paul S. Jenkins
Notes from an Evil Burnee

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