Glass City Humanist

Glass City Humanist

By Douglas Berger
Host Douglas Berger will be talking about how to live a Humanist life, sharing local news and issues of interest to Humanists and other freethinkers, and interviewing other Humanists or secular people in Northwest Ohio and elsewhere about how they live a secular Humanist life.

If you consider yourself a Humanist or want to find out more about Humanism and our values, then this podcast will be your one stop shop. It will be an experience for all ages.
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Skepticism with Matt McMahon of Toledo Skeptics
In the debut episode of Glass City Humanist, host Douglas Berger gives a brief manifesto of what the podcast will be about. Next he talks to Matt McMahon, one of the organizers of Toledo Skeptics. We discuss the format of the group, what is and isn't skepticism, and we touch on some troubling issues in the general skeptic community hurtful ideas about the transgender community and some incidents of inappropriate conduct with women by high profile skeptics.
43:00
February 2, 2020
Glass City Humanist Trailer
Hi, my name is Doug Berger and I am the host of the Glass City Humanist podcast coming soon to a platform near you. So just what is the Glass City Humanist?  I'll be talking about how I live a Humanist life, local news and issues of interest to Humanists and other freethinkers, and interview other Humanists or secular people in Northwest Ohio and elsewhere about how they live a secular Humanist life. If you consider yourself a Humanist or want to find out more about Humanism and our values, then this podcast will be your one stop shop. It will be an experience for all ages. I hope you'll join me. Glass City Humanist is sponsored in part by the Secular Humanists of Western Lake Erie. They can be found at humanistswle.org
00:58
January 24, 2020