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Throughout history, freethinkers have outraged the religious with their wacky ideas about the virtues of free speech, reason, and, of course, eating babies. Now, God is dying—and it's time to dispose of his remains. From the pits of Hell, Satan sends two puppets of the imperialist West and the Zionist Jews against God, Islam, and tiny kittens to bring you their propaganda and conspire for a new world order. This is Secular Jihadists for a Muslim Enlightenment—with Ali Rizvi and Armin Navabi.

Aug 21, 2018

The Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) is the largest advocacy group for atheists in the United States. At the organization, constitutional and civil rights attorney Andrew Seidel works to ensure that the government obeys the First Amendment and that Thomas Jefferson's "Wall of Separation" between church and state remains tall and impregnable. Andrew joined us on the podcast to talk about the history of secularism in the United States; the impact of Christianity and Christian fundamentalism on American politics today—especially in light of the Trump presidency and recent events like the Masterpiece Cakeshop controversy and the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy; America's historical and current approach to Islam and Muslims; and more.

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Andrew's article, "Why doesn't FFRF ever "go after" Islam or other religions?": 

Andrew's talk about why it's important to challenge even small violations of the Constitution: 

Andrew's article, "The Christian hypocrisy of 'In God We Trust'": 

Andrew's article, "All you need to know to win an argument about the gay wedding cake case": 

FFRF's Nonbelief Relief program: 

FFRF website: 

Andrew on Twitter: @AndrewLSeidel 

FFRF on Twitter: @FFRF