Back before blogs, opinion-based news
programs, talk radio, and even amplified sound, the
American public gathered by the thousands to listen to
professional orators calling out their opinions from train
platforms, outdoor stages, and the steps of city hall.
Oratory was wildly popular in the 1800s, and there was no
lecturer more popular than Robert Green Ingersoll,
a.k.a., "The Great Agnostic."
Ingersoll continually brought
science, reason, and secular values into the public
square. He was an early popularizer of
Charles Darwin and a tireless advocate for women's
rights, racial equality, and birth control decades
before others would pick up the cause. He often
poked fun at religious belief, and he defied the religious
conservatives of his day by championing secular humanist
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Our Wednesday evening get-togethers are like a gathering of friends getting together after work for a burger and a beer. I know walking into a bunch of strangers can be daunting but you'll find us very informal, friendly and very welcoming to folks who just want to visit, as well as those who may want to consider becoming a part of our group.