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Freethought Forum on Community TV of Knoxville
A joint production of the Atheist Society of Knoxville (ASK) and the Rationalists of East Tennessee (RET)
Tuesdays, 5:00 - 6:00 PM, Community Television of Knoxville (CTV)
Comcast Channel 12 or Charter Channel 6 in Knox County, Tennessee
Live streaming online at http://www.ctvknox.org/
Premier show: August 31, 2010.
Positive Atheism
Hosts: Larry Rhodes, Joe Barnhart, Faithless (Freethought) Forrest
Summary: Don't believe in God? You're not alone.
Three East Tennessee atheists speak up about the freedom to think free of religious dogma.
Show number 2: September 7, 2010
Biblical Errancy
Hosts: Joe Barnhart, Larry Rhodes

Summary: Inspired error! Biblical contradictions about being able to see God and live. The contradiction of David's prayer stating he was "spotless" as opposed to his actions during that time. Was Judas repentant or not? The Bible shows it both ways. Different versions of ancient texts that disagree, and the selection of different books for the bible done by committee.

Show number 3: September 14, 2010
Local groups for non-theists
Hosts: Larry Rhodes, Faithless Forrest
Summary: You do not have to believe in god to want fellowship with your community. The Atheist Society of Knoxville and the Rationalists of East Tennessee are organizations which provide opportunities for fellowship without mythology. Meet ASK members after work for a drink and some eats as they congregate and explore various restaurants and bars in the Knoxville area. Participate in a round table discussion or take in a presentation of matters great and small the first and third Sunday mornings of most months with the Rationalists of East Tennessee. Second Sunday afternoons we meet for the Skeptic Book Club at Barnes and Noble near West Town. Fourth Sunday Reflections dinners are for smaller, more intimate, discussions of philosophical subjects. Celebrate the holiday solstices and picnic on the National Day of Reason.

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