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The Non-Prophets, Episode 21.37 airing Sunday, 09-11-2022 featuring Jason Sherwood, Pseudonymousaurus Rex, Teo el Ateo and Kelley Laughlin. What an interesting show from the past we have for you this week. You see we sometimes record an episode and keep it in the vault on the off chance that something happens and we cannot get a show out to you. Now not to worry nothing happened this week, but we do want to air out the vault just to keep things somewhat fresh. So that is what we got for you this week. From the way back in the day of June we present to you R Kelley Laughlin, Mateo Montero, Pseudonymousaurus Rex, and I am conducting! So let’s get into it! First up, we talk about New York passing a secular addiction recovery bill. This bill allows tax payer money to go toward secular recovery options as well as the old school and hidden Christian indoc… I mean program of Alcoholics Anonymous! To be clear we don’t just bash on AA and Kelley has a few things to say on it, but we still see this as a Step In The Right Direction. No Cynthia though. I wonder if anyone is going to step up and sing it for her? Continuing on the mental health care note, we look into some of the religious barriers for people getting help. These barriers might be stigma or as means of a religion to control its people. Seriously though if you need help you should get help. If anyone is telling you that you don’t and you still are feeling it. GET HELP! Next up, let’s all take a trip over to India. Well maybe not all of us. Actually, it might be getting concerning for any of us. You see a historically secular government is taking a drastic turn toward Hinduism. Right now they seem to be focusing all their xenophobia on Muslims who stayed on the India side after the Partition. However, they are also trying to take rights away from anyone who isn’t Hindu. So at least the United States isn’t the only one going to a Theocracy? Lastly, do we have some new evidence that proves old evolution ideas? Well, maybe. There was a discredited idea from the 1800s that is getting a new lease thanks to some new discoveries. They haven’t been fully proven yet so we are still going on the tried and true Theory of Evolution by means of Natural Selection. We discuss a bit about what that means and then congratulate science in making better science. We also show that The Bible still fails to disprove science. Don’t worry theists, I am sure someone will find a challenge to evolution in the Bible. NOT! Segment 1: Step in the Right Direction: FFRF lauds passage of New York’s secular addiction recovery bill FfRF June 2, 2022 https://ffrf.org/news/news-releases/i... Keep health care safe and secular Center for Inquiry https://centerforinquiry.org/campaign... New York Senate Bill S6183A https://www.nysenate.gov/legislation/... Segment 2: Religious Barriers to Mental Healthcare The American Journal of Psychiatry, Emine Rabia Ayvaci, M.D. April 19, 2017 https://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/doi/... Segment 3: The Hinduization of India is Nearly Complete https://www.theatlantic.com/internati... Segment 4: Will new scientific evidence shake up theories about evolution? https://onlysky.media/jpearce/new-evi... Don't like ads? Consider becoming a patron for commercial-free episodes: http://tiny.cc/patreonnp We welcome your comments on the thread for this show. ► http://tiny.cc/fbnp ► Contact us with questions or news stories at: firstname.lastname@example.org