What is the Atheist Experience?
The Atheist Experience is a live, weekly call-in show. We invite believers to call to discuss what they believe and why. Non-believers are also welcome, but calls from believers are prioritized.
Is’the Atheist Experience’worth watching?
Author Yuriy Nikshych wrote that The Atheist Experience is “worth watching to get a sense of how to talk to theists”, and said it was an “invaluable resource” for people (including himself) in the process of losing their religious beliefs to become atheists.
When does the Atheist Experience air in Austin?
The Atheist Experience airs Sundays at 4:30pm Austin time. Call the show! 512-991-9242 Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Atheist Experience is being broadcast remotely and is not hosting a live audience.
Who is Russell Glasser and the Atheist Experience?
Russell Glasser: a software engineer who has been involved in The Atheist Experience since 2000 and produced the internet radio show The Non Prophets. He has served on the ACA board and was elected ACA president in 2016.
The Atheist Experience is a weekly show in Austin, Texas geared at a non-atheist and atheist audience. The Atheist Experience is produced by the Atheist Com… The Atheist Experience is a weekly show in Austin, Texas geared at a non-atheist and atheist audience. The Atheist Experience is produced by the Atheist Community of Austin.
When did the Atheist Experience start streaming?
The show length was extended to an hour in September 1998. From December 1999 on, The Atheist Experience began streaming over the Internet, enabling anyone around the world with Internet access to watch. Since November 2005, The Atheist Experience (as well as The Non-Prophets Radio) has also been distributed as a podcast to a global audience.
What is the theme song for the Atheist Experience?
The opening theme used for The Atheist Experience has changed over the years; in some cases due to copyright issues. From August 2009 to August 2015, the theme song was Bryan Steeksma’s “Listen to Reason”. Following that, Shelley Segal’s “Saved” has been used.