Blasphemy Breakfast - Rocklin

Do you like to hang out with local like-minded people? Want a chance to get to know FANs in smaller groups? Or do you just get hungry on Sunday mornings?  JOIN US at Mel's Diner for what we call our "Blasphemy Breakfast", not that we blaspheme that much, but atheist-related topics are known to come up at times.

This is a great event to start with, if you haven't been to SacFAN Meetup events before. Also a great group of people to answer any atheist questions you might have, help you learn more about all the freethinking goings-on in the region, or help you any way we can. It's always a breath of fresh air to have brunch with like-minded friends. And we'll surely be friends once we've met you.

I recommend their malts, omelets, biscuits n gravy, and grilled cheese. It's all good. And everyone's friendly here.

Similar Blasphemy Brunches are held in other areas around Sacramento. Check the SacFAN calendar for their details.  Also, you can subscribe to Sacramento Reason, the free, online monthly newsletter, at, to see more details and info.

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  • Judy S.

    Along with the book Zealot, other good suggestions were mentioned. The book Nailed by David Fitzgerald, Robert Reich's documentary "Inequality for All", and the series Brain Games. What a great group of people to have a lively breakfast with!

    October 20

    • PlanMeister

      Thanks for these! I've seen a trailer for Reich's documentary, and wondered if it was good.

      October 20

  • Gail J.

    Always a good time!!!

    October 20

  • A former member
    A former member

    Sorry it looks like I missed this one. Didn't show on my meetup calendar. Hope to see you all next time!

    October 20

  • janet l.


    October 19

  • janet l.

    Great, as usual - good company/conversation, good food. I have to confess that I don't know how to trigger the "Good To See You" line below the pictures of others, but it was "good to see you" all!

    October 19

    • James

      just click on where it says good to see you

      October 19

  • PlanMeister

    On the question of the historicity of Jesus of Nazareth, I have found the recent treatment by Reza Aslan, "Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth" to be a helpful survey of the known period literature. The author has pretty impressive credentials, and is not at all a Xian apologist! And the Jesus he elucidates is most decidedly NOT the "Christ of faith"!

    October 19

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