When someone asks “How can you be good without God?”, you can give them a concise answer from a former preacher.
Dan Barker, author of the new book _Mere Morality_ and co-president of the Freedom From Religion Foundation (ffrf.org), will be the dinner guest of the Chattanooga Humanist Assembly on sunday 24 february at 5pm at 3224 Navajo Drive. The monthly pot-luck dinner starts at 5, with remarks by Barker at 6pm. All freethinkers invited.
Barker, a former minister and evangelist, became a freethinker in 1983, and is co-president of the Freedom From Religion Foundation and co-host of Freethought Radio. His books include Just Pretend: A Freethought Book for Children, Losing Faith in Faith: From Preacher To Atheist (1992), Godless (2008), The Good Atheist: Living a Purpose-Filled Life Without God (2011), Life-Driven Purpose: How an Atheist Finds Meaning (2015), GOD: The Most Unpleasant Character in All Fiction (2016), and the latest, Mere Morality (2018).
Then on monday 25 february at 7pm in Dalton, Dan Barker will give a talk on "The Battle Between Church and State" at Dalton State College. The event, organized by the Secular Student Alliance at Dalton State, will take place at the Brown Center 105 (north side of campus). Contact David Peyton at [masked]