June 23, 2014 · 6:30 PM
After my 2 month hiatus, we'll see the 3rd and final episode of Brief History of Disbelief (2004), a TV series presented by Jonathan Miller. It's 3 episodes of about an hour each tracing, well, the history of disbelief from the dawn of Christianity 2000 years ago to the present day.
In March we watched the first two, Shadow of Doubt and Naughts and Crosses. The last episode is The Final Hour.
The series includes interviews with many well known atheists (Dawkins, Dennet etc). I also have The Atheism Tapes, which are the complete interviews used in the series. If there's interest we can watch one or two of them after the main episode (the interviews are about 30min each, and are videos).
After the movie, we usually have a discussion in the theater and maybe head over to the Epic Cafe (745 N 4th St, at University) to talk about the movie and anything else we feel like.
The Sahara Apartments are on Stone a block and a half south of Speedway, on the west side. There is plenty of parking right there (ignore the warning signs). Note that the theater is through a locked security gate. Someone from our group will be waiting inside the gate to buzz everyone in, but you must be there by 6:30 as that's when the movie will start. I recommend that you arrive a few minutes early!