Andrew Seidel Joins Us on the Mythicist Milwaukee Show
Andrew Seidel joins us to discuss the current projects that the Freedom From Religion Foundation is working on. He explains how busy they have been with the new Ark , built by young Earth creationist Ken Ham in Kentucky. He covers many successes that FFRF has had in various states including, having the Kansas Police department agree to remove “Romans 13:4” decal from their police vehicles.
Andrew also gives us a sneak preview into his upcoming book that will focus on whether or not the U.S. was founded as a Christian nation. If you ever wondered what FFRF does and why this organization is so important please listen to this interview!
Andrew Seidel graduated cum laude from Tulane University with a B.S. in neuroscience and environmental science and magna cum laude from Tulane University Law School, where he was awarded the Haber J. McCarthy Award for excellence in environmental law.
He studied human rights and international law at the University of Amsterdam and traveled the world on Semester at Sea. In May of 2011, Andrew completed his Master of Laws at Denver University Sturm College of Law with a 4.0 GPA and was awarded the Outstanding L.L.M. Award.
He has written a book on International Human Rights Law and his essay on the role of religion in government and the founding of our nation placed second in the FFRF's 2010 graduate student essay contest. Andrew is a former Grand Canyon tour guide and accomplished nature photographer; his work has been displayed in galleries in Colorado, Texas, Florida, Louisiana, and Maryland. He joined the FFRF staff as a constitutional consultant in November 2011.