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Atheism and Morality Discussion

As part of Normandale Community College’s colloquium series, three authors from the new book “Atheist Voices of Minnesota: An Anthology of Personal Stories” will be discussing a common question that nonbelievers face: How do you develop a moral code of conduct without belief in a higher power?

The event will be held in Room C1016 (College Services Bldg., right at the main entrance). Here is a campus map: http://www.normandale.edu/maps/

August Berkshire, Kim Socha, and Stephanie Zvan will share their personal stories in response to this question. Berkshire is president of Minnesota Atheists, Socha is a professor of English at Normandale, and Zvan’s Almost Diamonds blog is part of the Freethought Blogs network. Please join this presentation and dialogue that we hope will help usher in a new cultural perception of atheism, showing that morality can indeed exist even without the premise of a God or the promise of reward. Anthology editor Bill Lehto will provide a brief introduction to the talk.

This event is free and open to the public.

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