December 28th, 2011 by jdsawyer
There will be a new newsletter out shortly after the new year, but as we’re winding down this year I wanted to take a moment out and give you all a wave and huge thanks.
2011 has been a remarkably productive year, and the last four days are going to be some of its busiest as I hurry to package a few new short stories, finish up two books, and put together a kickstarter video.
But the best part, the part so many of you have been waiting for, has already started:
The recording studio is back up and running. We’re recording audiobooks for Free Will (which will be podcast), for the Clarke Lantham books, and for a few other things that we’ll announce later on. And today, we’re also recording new episodes of Apologia.
I can’t tell you how excited I am to have it all ticking over again.
More soon. Until then, have an excellent year’s end!
January 10th, 2011 by jdsawyer
It’s mid January, and time for your vegetables. This year’s first link salad is here–I hope you enjoy this sampling of my weidrness and wanderings from around the web!
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September 25th, 2008 by jdsawyer
Apologia, the semi-weekly Mclachlan Group-style ethics and philosophy roundtable that I participate in, returns today with two episodes recorded over the last month. The first is a lively discussion between the secular folks in the group about the ethics of love, sex, and marriage. We cover polyamory, bestiality, incest, divorce, positive sexuality, homosexuality, abstinence, relational obligations and ethics, and probably a few other things I don’t quite remember.
Have a listen here:
The second is a departure from the usual format. The theists at the roundtable decided to play a game called “Stump the Atheists.” Essentially, us on the secular side of the table stood for the firing squad while the believers asked probing questions, trying to find the cracks in our worldviews and philosophies. You can listen to that one here.
If you want to interact with us on the panel, please post feedback to the Apologia blog.