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RE: [atheists-619] "Agora" on Friday, June 29

From: user 1.
Sent on: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 4:14 PM
thanks Chuck.....i'm back in town and this sounds like something to attend

To: [address removed]
From: [address removed]
Subject: [atheists-619] "Agora" on Friday, June 29
Date: Tue, 26 Jun[masked]:05:34 -0400

Hi - -

First, sorry if this is a duplicate ... I know that many people are on both the HUUmanist and Nittany Freethought distributions, but I figured I'd send this to both.

Should I add you to the HUUmanist Listserv?  If you want to be sure to hear about such events (Fifth Friday Films, Darwin Day Discussions, etc.) in the future and received this ONLY through Nittany Freethought, let me know.

Please come to the Fifth Friday Fellowship Film on June 29.  Snack Potluck at 7:00, Show Time 7:30, more goodies and discussion after that. 

Agora is a work of historical fiction set in Egypt during the late 4th century CE.  In the last days of the Roman Empire, the Egyptian city of Alexandria is torn between the aristocratic pagan society and the emerging, rough-and-tumble Christians. As this broad cultural conflict teeters violently back and forth, the scientist-philosopher Hypatia struggles to resolve the motion of the planets with her belief in celestial perfection.  Tangled in her life are three men: a Roman prefect, a Christian bishop, and a slave who turns to Christianity to escape his unrequited love for Hypatia.

I'll attach an electronic poster in case you know people you'd like to invite ... all are welcome.  Let me know if you have questions.

        Thanks!  - - Chuck

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