Q Transmissions

Secularism in Alberta

Posted in news, upcoming shows by Desiree on March 15, 2009

Next time we’ll be talking about the state of secularism with Cliff Erasmus, Executive Chair of the Centre for Inquiry Alberta.

With the recent launch of the “There’s Probably No God” bus ads in Calgary, atheism has hit Alberta’s mainstream media.

But why is it so important to talk about it now? What’s going on in the province that’s bringing the atheists, humanists and other secularly-focused folks out of the woodwork?

Could it be the teaching of creationism in our small-town public schools? Or the fact that megachurches from Texas have recently moved in? Or is it a product of a more general cultural shift?

Find out what Albertans are up to on the all new next Skeptically Speaking (formerly known as Q Transmissions), every Friday at 6pm on CJSR.

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  1. Nathan said, on March 15, 2009 at 11:01 pm

    Cliff is one of my favorite people, I look forward to hearing from him and the new format.

    I like the new name too ;)

  2. David said, on March 20, 2009 at 5:58 pm

    Really enjoyed the show! Keep up the great work and look forward to more truth and enlightenment in upcoming segments of the show.


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