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Which Atheists Would You Like to See Interviewed?

This summer, we've been working on some new plans for Strange Notions, and one of the ideas is to launch a new series of interviews with leading atheists.

We've interviewed a handful of skeptics in the past, including Bob Seidensticker, Chana Messinger, Dr. Michael Ruse, and Doug Shaver, but we'd like to hear from many more.

These interviews would be purely inquisitive. We're not looking to surreptitiously convert them through the questioning, or start a debate. They're friendly, casual, and simply provide a chance for everyone to learn more about what today's atheists believe (or don't believe.)

But we need your help to make this happen! Please let us know:

Which atheists would you like us to interview?

Leave a comment below with your recommendation(s). Also, try to be realistic: Stephen Hawking or Richard Dawkins or Neil deGrasse Tyson probably won't give us the time of day, but if you have an email address, contact info, or any connection with the person, please note that, too. It's often hard to connect with people online, especially if they have a high profile, so any leads or help you can offer would be appreciated.

Thanks so much!

Brandon Vogt

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Brandon Vogt is a bestselling author, blogger, and speaker. He's also the founder of StrangeNotions.com. Brandon has been featured by several media outlets including NPR, CBS, FoxNews, SiriusXM, and EWTN. He converted to Catholicism in 2008, and since then has released several books, including The Church and New Media (Our Sunday Visitor, 2011), Saints and Social Justice (Our Sunday Visitor, 2014), and RETURN (Numinous Books, 2015). He works as the Content Director for Bishop Robert Barron's Word on Fire Catholic Ministries. Brandon lives with his wife, Kathleen, and their five children in Central Florida. Follow him at BrandonVogt.com or connect through Twitter at @BrandonVogt.

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