Be Spiritual – Episode 14

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UU Chalice by Inga Johannesen, UU Church of Chattanooga, TNEpisode 14 features Burns Fisher and his path from Congregationalist to atheist, Religious Humanist, and Unitarian Universalist.

Our conversation touches on a couple of interesting topics, worthy of further contemplation and discussion: religious faith compared with faith in science, and whether being liberal spiritually requires one to be liberal politically.

Listen and then share your thoughts by posting a comment on this website or the Be Spiritual Facebook page.

Listen to this episode, which runs about 38 minutes, using the above audio player or download the mp3 file here. You may also listen and subscribe to the podcast with iTunes.

I welcome your feedback, which you may leave by posting a comment here or by sending an e-mail to comments at bespiritual dot info.

The theme music is Floating Souls by Ambrish, courtesy of the Podsafe Music Network. The chalice artwork was created by Inga Johannesen, of the UU Church of Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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