EP117: Secular Invocations w/ Joseph Richardson, CFFC

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This week on SarahTalk…

Joseph Richardson, local atheist activist, talks about challenges with local city officials accepting secular invocations and other church-state entanglements.  We also chat about leaving faith, playing in church bands, and some recent news topics.
Other Topics Discussed
  • Listener Voicemail
  • #SCOTUS Justice Anthony Kennedy Announces Retirement
  • Email Reply from Marco Rubio
  • Trump’s Cabinet Weekly Bible Study – Available Here
  • Immigrant Children Separated from Family at US Border
    • House Elf Sessions Defends Policy with Bible
  • Transgender Woman Asked for ID to Enter Restroom in DC
  • The War on Christmas
    • FFRF Wins Legal Challenge on Holiday Display at Texas Capitol
    • Light Up Winter Garden
  • Viginia School Board Votes Unanimously to Put “In God We Trust” on School Buses
Invocations Played on the Show:

Joseph Removed From Commission Meeting for Refusing to Stand for Pledge

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Sarah’s TDOR Invocation here.

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Sarah Austin

Sarah Austin

Creator/Host at SarahTalk Podcast
Sarah is a transgender woman (MTF) living in central Florida. She started SarahTalk to create a space to discuss LGBT stories, news, etc. which has grown to include the atheist/freethinker community as well.
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Sarah is a transgender woman (MTF) living in central Florida.  She started SarahTalk to create a space to discuss LGBT stories, news, etc. which has grown to include the atheist/freethinker community as well.

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