Sunday, August 31, 2008

Episode 20 With a little help from our friends...


Reasonable Doubts departs from its usual format to bring you an audio-documentary about the importance of friendship and community amongst non-believers. Recorded at CFI Michigan's Second Annual Long Lake Retreat, the episode traces the history of how the group evolved and the friendships that developed along with it.


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7 comments:

Steven said...

Absolutely brilliant. This was the antithesis of the movie "Jesus Camp" I've been toying with the idea of trying to start a freethinking group here in Woodbridge, Virginia. And this has boosted my aspirations of that. There may even be a group around here already, I don't know, but I'd like to look into it further now. This was really beautiful, and I'm going to point it out to a few people. The hard work that went into it was evident, yet it played very fluidly and was very enjoyable on this end. Thanks for the great shows.

Michael DePaula said...

This episode was great. Had a very documentary feel to it. I could almost picture the unaccompanied video! -Listener in Japan

John K. Fitzpatrick said...

professionally done and entertaining, thanks - John

kungfu said...

Well done, gentlemen. I'm impressed by the effort it must have taken to do all that editing. Great interviews, too.

psbagumba said...

Sorry I'm late - - I've been working my way through old episodes.
This was awesome. kungfu has it right - the editing was amazing. And the interviews were so genuine - I felt like I had a connection with everyone in the piece. kudos

White Rabbit said...

Thanks for your efforts in producing this. It was truly beautiful...

Thanks tonnes. I know that it took a lot out of you so I won't ask that you do it again but to me it was so worth the effort.

I'll compose a gospel of doubt sometime this week. I am a UU myself but I might not be if we had a group like this here. Although here in SA the UUs pretty much are a more open version of CFI (we have a small collection of believers still).

Thanks tonnes, really...tonnes...

^_^
W R

White Rabbit said...

Thanks for your efforts in producing this. It was truly beautiful...

Thanks tonnes. I know that it took a lot out of you so I won't ask that you do it again but to me it was so worth the effort.

I'll compose a gospel of doubt sometime this week. I am a UU myself but I might not be if we had a group like this here. Although here in South Australia the UUs pretty much are a more open version of CFI (we have a small collection of believers still).

Thanks tonnes, really...tonnes...

^_^
W R