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March 31: The God Delusion Debate

From: Chuck B.
Sent on: Thursday, March 29, 2012 11:45 AM
Hi, Freethinkers - -

Sorry if this is a duplicate ... it should be if you are on the HUUmanist Listserv, but I don't think I sent anything yet to Nittany Freethought.  If I did, this will be a triplicate ... double-sorry!  Anyway . . .

The Fifth "Friday" Fellowship Film is
Saturday (*) March 31: "The God Delusion Debate." Please join us for: 7:00 Snack Potluck, 7:30 Movie, 9:00 or so Discussion and more snacks (and perhaps a few games after that since it's not a "school night"). The God Delusion, the world-wide best-seller by atheist and scientist Professor Richard Dawkins, is an all-out assault on religion in general and Christianity in particular. One year after its publication, fellow Oxford Professor John Lennox met Dawkins in Birmingham, Alabama to put his assertions to the test in a clash between two of the greatest minds in the science-religion debate.

According to Dawkins, one can deduce atheism from scientific study; indeed, he argues that it is the only viable choice.  Lennox says: "It is the very nature of science that leads me to belief in God."  As the BBC put it, "Darwin's Rottweiler is about to get a run for his money..."

All are welcome ... please bring your friends and family, and something tasty to share.  Hope to see you
Saturday!  -- Chuck Berry

(*)  Our normal Fifth Friday date is reserved for UUFCC's Freedom Seder.  You are also welcome to come to this Fellowship event.  You need not be Jewish, but can learn something about the origins of Passover and related foods and rituals.  Kids are welcome.  The potluck starts at 6:00 on Friday, March 30 ... please bring something to share (but not any dessert or leavened bread).  Let me know if you have questions.

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