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NONBELIEVER NATION presented by author David Niose

David Niose, President of the American Humanist Association and the lawyer representing an anonymous family suing the Acton-Boxborough School District to remove the words "under God" from the daily "Pledge of Allegiance", will be coming to Hanover to discuss his new book "Nonbeliever Nation". The event is open to the public and books will be made available for sale before and during the event at the Dartmouth Bookstore. Save the date!

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  • Tim van L.

    Our best event yet with 80 people in attendance and a truly vibrant discussion. David Niose is both an elegant speaker and a wealth of secular knowledge.

    September 28, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    One question I'd love to ask David: In the latest Humanist Hour, he talks about a kind of mindset shift, in which people are generally open and accepting of values like reason, skepticism, and irreverence - even with regard to religion - but as soon as they move into the realm of politics, they become much more rigid, pious, and close-minded.

    Has he given any thought as to why this happens? If so, what does he see is the essential difference between these two contexts that causes this shift; does he see it as a problem, and if he does, what would he suggest as a means of remedying the problem?

    September 25, 2012

  • Tim van L.

    This event will be starting at 7:00 sharp at the Dartmouth Bookstore on South Main Street in Hanover NH. Come early to socialize, drink coffee, and get good seats!

    September 21, 2012

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