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Monthly Meeting

Former Chair Dick Trice will discuss "The Mystery of Religion."  How much do we know about its beginning and myriad differences?  Were we born with an instinctual need for it?  How has it become so prevalent and so powerful?  Considering its sanguinary history, what is its value to humankind?  Come join the discussion following and share the joie de vivre of like-minded friends. 

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  • Wanda F.

    It was well-attended by interesting new people. The discussion was lively.

    April 10, 2014

  • Sam

    Dick did a great job discussing early religions and led a superb discussion afterwards. Thanks to Dick and all who participated in the engaging conversation.

    April 10, 2014

  • Joy C.

    Dick Trice is outstanding. His knowledge and discussiong leadership skills just can't be beat.

    1 · April 9, 2014

  • Richard T.

    It may seem strange that we'll be talking about religions at a Humanist meeting, but this subject was #1 in a poll of subject interest of club members. Perhaps there is a question of how religiosity has become such an important fact of life, especially in the U.S. Maybe we want to be more assured that we have made a wise decision to leave miraculous beliefs behind us. Whatever the reason come hear more about the earliest known religions, the great similarities among them, and why they are so irrelevant today.

    March 26, 2014

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