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Tucson Atheists Monthly Meeting

Note the change in venue! We're meeting at Coco's on Broadway.

The subject of the meeting is: "In the end, it's all about choice." We'll discuss the latest decisions by the Supreme Court and try and place them in historical context including the creation of the RFRA (the Religious Freedom Restoration Act). Let's discuss what it might take to turn this thing around.

Tucson Atheists meets on the third Monday of each month to spend time with like-minded others. Our concerns include: [list] Maintaining the separation of church and state Coping with the expectations of the religious majority Protecting our right to believe as our conscience dictates Defending our freedom from religious oppression [/list] Dinner starts at 6:00 PM; the meeting at 7:00. Come early for food and socializing!  


This event is sponsored by Tucson Atheists

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  • victoria

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    August 5, 2014

  • Lee S.


    July 22, 2014

  • David H.

    "In the end, it's all about choice."

    I am reminded of the joke:

    Jean-Paul Sartre is sitting at a French cafe, revising his draft of "Being and Nothingness." He says to the waitress, "I'd like a cup of coffee, please, with no cream." The waitress replies, "I'm sorry, Monsieur, but we're out of cream. How about with no milk?"

    If there is no god (or cream), then is the choice to believe or not believe in god a real choice or just the illusion of a choice?

    1 · July 18, 2014

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