Austin Dacey - The Future of Blasphemy

April 16, 2012

Host: Chris Mooney

This week, our guest is a return one: Austin Dacey. He's a philosopher, a writer, a human rights activist, and the creator of the Impossible Music Sessions, which we featured in a past show.

Austin's books include The Secular Conscience: Why Belief Belongs in Public Life and, just out, The Future of Blasphemy: Speaking of the Sacred in an Age of Human Rights.

This show focused on Austin's new book on blasphemy. But he helped enhance the discussion with a few pieces of music that have been called blasphemous—which is why we wanted to distribute them as widely as possible.

Books Mentioned in This Episode:


Related Episodes

Austin Dacey - Rock the Theocrats
September 26, 2011
Spirituality: Friend or Foe? - Adam Frank and Tom Flynn
March 14, 2011
Ron Lindsay - International Blasphemy Day
July 31, 2009

blog comments powered by Disqus