435: Thought-provoking science fiction

It’s a Q&A episode! And this week, the question is:

“Hey Bart, you humanists seem to really love science, so I’m wondering… do you love science fiction too? If so, what do you love and why?” – Marianne

Bart Campolo talks with producer John Wright about sci-fi and the thoughts it can provoke. In the process, he strongly recommends a book that is controversial, poorly-written and probably wrong, and which made him consider the benefits of fascism.

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By | 2019-11-05T19:56:03+00:00 November 5th, 2019|Podcast|

About the Author:

Bart Campolo is a secular community builder, counselor and writer who currently serves as the Humanist Chaplain at the University of Cincinnati. Listen to his podcast HERE!