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Bakersfield Area Skeptics Society Monthly Meetup

  • Dec 19, 2012 · 6:00 PM
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Oscar Ceballos will present on tradition, superstition, and religion in Latino communities: how ancient and modern beliefs shape the Latino and Mexican-American thinking in the 21st century, An overview of human sacrifice, the heritage of the conquest, the Latino vote and the "end of the world."

Mr. Ceballos earned a BA in Psychology and a BA in Religious Studies in 2007 and a Master's in Social Work in 2009 from California State University Bakersfield. He presented at the Second Annual Undergraduate Philosophy & Religious Studies Conference an essay entitled “Pharaoh and Judas Iscariot: A Rethinking of God’s Helpers in Fulfilling God’s Plans for Humanity.” Mr. Ceballos is an active member of Bakersfield Area Skeptics Society.

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