Atheist, humanist, nonbeliever or agnostic – however you identify, when the discussion comes around to god(s), there are the inevitable questions from the religious. Questions like “So you believe nothing? So science is your god? But where did it all come from?”
Many of us don’t believe in gods simply because it makes no sense. Very often we find the religious arguments for our existence confusing and incompatible with reality. Offering good, well-thought-out answers to the religious helps us better understand our position as nonbelievers and, we hope, give the religious a moment of pause to re-evaluate what they believe.
At our next round table we will be discussing these questions, and many more, in an effort to create a better understanding of why we don’t believe in gods. We will discuss the reasons and arguments for non-belief, talk about the burden of proof, and maybe dip our toes in the pool of apologetics and counter apologetics.
Hope you will join us for what will be another very interesting conversation. A reminder that round tables are open to all paid members of HAAM (membership forms will be available at the event).
Your facilitator for this round table is Pat Morrow.