Investigating morality and ethics is not just useful, it is fundamental to the human experience. Often people express the exclusivity of religious-centered morality; yet we know that non-religious people act according to the same universal moral principles as everyone else, and to some, it can even be considered insulting to insinuate otherwise. The American Humanist Association put out a list of 10 moral commitments for parents to cultivate in their children. These "10 Commitments" are useful, and Jason Frye has been carrying on in a series of discussions on them as they fit for the adult experience. Join Jason Frye as he explores and explains "The 10 Commitments: A Humanistic Moral Guidepost."
Jason Frye is a Humanist Celebrant, the LGBT Humanist Council Coordinator for the American Humanist Association, and has been President of the Humanist Association of San Diego since 2003. Jason has degrees in Political Science and Religious Studies from the University of California Irvine and this August is starting a Political Science graduate program at San Diego State University. Jason gives regular talks both in San Diego and around the country, podcasts, and hosts a weekly current events discussion group the "Freethinker's Forum" every Saturday at the Bamboo Lounge and T-Deli in HIllcrest.
7 pm May 8th 2013
Palomar Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
1600 Buena Vista Drive, Vista CA[masked]