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Watch My Interview with Neil the 604 Atheist

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Last week, I was interviewed by Neil on the Neil the 604 Atheist Podcast. I had a delightful time talking with Neil, sharing my story, and talking about Evangelicalism in general. The interview, over an hour long, is the first video podcast I have done. I hope you will take the time to watch it and let me know what you think.

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Bruce Gerencser, 64, lives in rural Northwest Ohio with his wife of 43 years. He and his wife have six grown children and thirteen grandchildren. Bruce pastored Evangelical churches for twenty-five years in Ohio, Texas, and Michigan. Bruce left the ministry in 2005, and in 2008 he left Christianity. Bruce is now a humanist and an atheist.

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    Dave

    After reading your blog for a long time it was nice to be able to see and hear you. Stay well and thanks for sharing this

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    Brian Vanderlip

    Am listening to this podcast from early in the year and appreciating the new layout of the blog.
    I have to state upfront that I like to listen to podcasts more than watching them because I enjoy being active, multitasking while listening. For me, it is like radio as I am driving to work or home. I do like to see a picture of the people involved but don’t really garner much more by simply sitting and watching them as they talk (even if they are remarkable specimens like you, Bruce Almighty!)
    One caveat to that statement is that I am more tempted to watch if the setting is dynamic, the podcasters moving around in their own spaces. I keep a few bee hives and often watch other beekeepers doing their thing on YouTube.
    So far, listening along here, I am happy that the audio is good and clear from both podcasters but the settings are typically boring as is very common among podcasters; the production demands increase considerably when the broadcasters are moving around, the maintenance of audio-visual levels.
    Anyway, my observation is primarily positive and I will enjoy partaking of more podcasts as you are able to produce them. Thanks, Bruce.

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