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In today’s episode of the Atheist Experience, Matt Dillahunty is joined by Shannon Q! First up is Dominic from CA who claims to be able to prove the existence of God using the concepts of “Objective Morality” & “Karma.” Tim from CA is calling to see if our hosts agree with their assessment that religious belief is a psychological disorder. Next up is John from Sweden who wants to know what motivates someone who does not believe in a God or afterlife, why care about creating a better world if we are just going to die and not get to experience it? Isaiah from NV is calling to present a definition of spirituality. I am convinced that spirituality is necessarily first person at this point because I’ve yet to hear a single, consistent definition for that word. “The Mind is everything...” O_o Next is Anthony from VA who wants to take a crack at arguing for intelligent design via a hypothetical, and an appeal to probability. Anthony from FL is calling to argue that there is a proto-consciousness within all matter in the universe that when combined, emerges as a base-level consciousness throughout the universe. Finally, Don from OH is calling to argue that secular morality allows for people to create their own personal morality and do whatever they want.