Richard Carrier Audio


Polyschizmatic Reprobates


  • Episode 4: Richard Carrier "Dan the Demented flies solo interviewing Richard Carrier about his book Sense and Goodness Without God, his approach to worldview issues, and his take on ethics and epistemology."
  • Season 3, Episode 3: Ancient Science with Richard Carrier, pt 1 "...to kick off part 2 of Season 3, Richard Carrier returns to talk about science in the ancient world. We discuss the works and missteps of Rodney Stark and his theory of the scientific revolution, we talk about the amazing and usually forgotten scientific and technological discoveries and innovations in the ancient world, and have a lot of fun along the way. In this first of three episodes, we talk about science in the Greek world. Next week, we talk about the Roman world. Hope you enjoy!"
  • Season 3, Episode 4: Ancient Science with Richard Carrier, pt 2 "Part 2 of the Richard Carrier is now live. We continue our conversation about science in the ancient world, discuss the works and missteps of Rodney Stark and his theory of the scientific revolution, read and discuss ancient documents germaine to the topic, and talk about the reasons for the fall of the Roman Empire. Hera Flea returns with more Reprobates News, and Danny Schade continues to supply additional questions and commentary."

The Infidel Guy Show


  • Carrier vs Turek - The Resurrection of Jesus "Historian and philosopher Richard Carrier author of "Sense and Goodness without God"and co-author of "The Empty Tomb: Jesus beyond the Grave."reappears on the program togo head to head with apologist Frank Turek, author of "I Don't HaveEnough Faith to be an Atheist". This time, Carrier and Turek face offon the subject of the Resurrection of Jesus, with a special formaldebate format. A must-listen program!"
  • A Dialog between Christians Gary Habermas & Michael Licona, and Skeptics Richard Carrier & Reginald Finley (parts 2, 3, and 4)
  • How Not to Argue The Mythicist Position "Richard Carrier appears on the show to discuss theories on the origins of Christianity that imply a mythic Christ. The primary focus of this show will be to take a critical look at the errors of those who promote mythic Christ theories. In other words, this show is about how NOT to argue for mythicism."
  • Not The Impossible Faith "Dr. Richard Carrier will return to the show to discuss his recent work, including his debate with William Lane Craig, his latest book, Not the Impossible Faith and the Jesus Project."

Conversations from the Pale Blue Dot



Other


  • Conversations with Cogree "Atheism vs. Faith"
  • Oklahoma Atheists Godcast "Podcast #066 - Richard Carrier" "This week on the show Dr. Richard Carrier takes on a few popular design arguments using the tools of Bayesian inference. We discussed three arguments that he addresses in one of his contributions to The End of Christianity: the argument from biological complexity, the argument from the origin of life, and the argument from universal fine-tuning. We also discussed the generalizability of Bayesian inference and a few less revolutionary ideas as well, such as the ethics and etiquette of encountering unusual symbolism on t-shirts."
  • Think Atheist podcast: Episode 11 Dr. Richard Carrier JUN 5, 2011
  • Does God Exist? Interview with Atheist author Richard Carrier
  • Debate: Dr. Richard Carrier vs.Dr. Douglas Jacoby "There is little doubt that a man named Jesus existed and founded Christianity. But was he actually the Son of God? Do his teachings, life, and miracles demonstrate this? Or was Jesus merely an apocalyptic prophet from Palestine?"
  • KCAA Radio "The Complex History of Christmas"
  • Cosmology and the Qur'an (link).
  • "Why Do Nutcrackers Work?" "It's not enough to know that a nutcracker works; a scientist needs to know why. Historian Richard Carrier recounts how, in ancient Greece, pondering the nutcracker led to the physics of levers. He describes how Aristotle and others shaped the beginnings of Western scientific thought: the notion that knowledge of the natural world relies on being able to question, test, reproduce and improve the accuracy of what's believed to be true. He explains why he sees science as a practice rooted in values, how it protects us from our own erroneous tendencies, and why questioning authority helps foster scientific thinking."
  • Rational Response Squad interview on Mythicism (link).