Black Humanism I: Being African American & Nonreligious - S.5





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Published on Dec 7, 2009

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Segment 5: passing on perhaps misapplied biologically absorbed learned reactions to dangerous situations (survival skills when comfronting predators) as an explanation for inherent (without external introduction) belief in the supernatural; concluding in divorced belief of a specific deity not considered as a conversion but as a return to ones original form and sensibilities (natural self) prior to being evangelized; willful suspension of disbelief; union of freethinking and black communities; citing of some black nontheistic intellectuals; contact information; it's more than possible to be an a good, moral, and compassionate person without believing in a god

Black Humanism I: Being African American and Nonreligious
In this first part of the series, host Matt Page-Lieberman invites guest Ken Granderson to discuss the unique experiences of nontheistic black people in America and some of the logical fallacies Granderson encountered which led him to approach life as a more independent thinker

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