I agree. It was a bad show. He was so interested in badmouthing religion, that it diminished any respect I might have for his opinions on the area he was actually qualified to speak. That he is an atheist doesn't bother me at all. That he spent his time being an anti-theist quickly got very boring and tedious. It seriously diminished his contribution to what makes "On Being" is a show I enjoy. I found his anti-theism to be as boring as people who are anti-atheists. Tell us what IS meaningful to you, and stop attacking what might be meaningful to someone else.
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