By Tobias Carroll 6 min read
These 7 books on religion and science gently expand the boundaries of your convictions -- whether you're a believer, a skeptic, or somewhere in between.
By Nathan Gelgud 3 min read
In The Big Picture, Sean Carroll helps explain complex scientific scenarios with pop culture and philosophy, with examples from Captain Kirk to Descartes.
By Joanna Scutts 10 min read
Nickel and Dimed author Barbara Ehrenreich joins us to discuss her unlikely new book Living With a Wild God, on her search for higher meaning in a world polarized by science and faith.
By Patrick Sauer 11 min read
“The Young Atheist’s Handbook” is the story of how Alom Shaha came to ditch the Koran, quit attending mosque, and grew into a thoughtful non-believer. A mixture of memoir, research, philosophy, and the ponderance of life’s big questions, the book is a clear-eyed, inquisitive, deeply humane examination of how Shaha -- and a growing number of global citizens -- came to follow the path of atheism. He joins us here for a conversation about many of the the ideas raised in the book.