Sign on tonight to listen to a lively discussion about one of Armstrongim's biggest false prophets. There will be a discussion tonight on "God Discussion" that will feature a segment about Ron Weinland.
This is from the email I received this morning:
"...on our "God Discussion" show tonight during the 2nd hour of the program to talk about Ron Weinland. The freethought types of blogs have gone wild promoting the story over the past few days, so it should be a well-received interview.
Details on tonight's guests are here:
The show itself can be accessed live here:
There is a web-based chat room that appears automatically, also, and it tends to be a hoot.
When it is live, the page notes that it is ON AIR and it will play from your computer speakers (you might have to press a button -- BlogTalk keeps updating but generally, the show automatically plays). About 10-60 minutes after the podcast concludes, it is available for download as an MP3 from BlogTalk and shortly thereafter, is available on iTunes. Slowly but surely, I am converting the shows into YouTube videos. It's a long process and I cannot give a specific date on when tonight's show will be in video format."
This Week on the God Discussion Show: A night of humanism and reason with Roy Speckhardt, Al Stefanelli and others, including the scoop on the latest 'end times prophet'
First, we will be talking with Roy Speckhardt, Executive Director of the American Humanists Association. Roy actively promotes the humanist perspective on progressive political issues. He’s appeared on CNN Headline News, Fox News, numerous national radio shows, and has spoken to dozens of local humanist groups across the country. He also serves as a board member of the Humanist Institute and the United Coalition of Reason and as an advisory board member of the Secular Student Alliance. He holds an M.B.A. from George Mason University and a B.A. in sociology from Mary Washington College. He lives in Washington DC.
Al Stefanelli is well-known for his work with United Atheist Front, Inc., which he founded in 2005 and ran until August 2011, at which point he shifted gears to serve as the Georgia State Director of American Atheists. Al is the author of A Voice of Reason in an Unreasonable World and is a widely read journalist with the National Atheism Examiner, Freethought Blogs and Associated Content. He has been a writer and journalist since 1993, starting out as a weekly columnist for a McClathy Newspaper, where he wrote a column called Think About It for ten years. His work won a North Carolina Journalism award. Al also produced and hosted the weekly syndicated broadcast Millennium for three years. He is also a former Baptist Minister, Preacher and Evangelist. Links to his various projects and online columns can be found at his official website, AlStefanelli.com.
QUICK NOTES:Extras … Thomas Paine is perhaps the most influential of America's founding fathers, yet he is ignored or forgotten. The World Union of Deists has launched a campaign to convince the History Channel to produce and air a documentary about Paine. Jayson of the World Union of Deiests tells us more (you can sign the petition here). And *tentatively* we'll learn more about the Ronald Weinland, the doomsday preacher who says that Jesus Christ is returning on May 27, 2012.
Show Time: Thursday night, January 12, 2012, 6 Pacific / 7 Mountain / 8 Central / 9 Eastern
Call-In Number: 914-338-0452
To hear the show live and participate in the web-based chat room: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/god-discussion/2012/01/13/roy-speckhardt-american-humanist-association
More info about time zones, the chat room, archive downloads and hosts: The God Discussion Show
As an added treat, we're happy to announce that we will have a chance to talk with Mike, who blogs at RonaldWeinland.info. Mike will give us the scoop about God's latest "prophet" who has proclaimed that Jesus Christ is returning to earth on May 27, 2012 — and that people who "mock" Ronald Weinland's message will die of cancer. Weinland's so-called prophecies have been around for awhile, and despite the failed May 21, 2011, doomsday prophecy of Harold Camping, has not backed down from his prediction.