A familiar voice on the airwaves as the group’s main spokesman, he tells Conor about what brought him to activism and what he sees as the issues for atheists. He also talks of his work in partnership with Christian evangelical and Amadi Muslim representatives and his unlikely friendship with David Quinn.
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