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New Meetup: Religious Faith versus Non-Faith: a New Perspective

From: Don W.
Sent on: Wednesday, March 31, 2010 10:07 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for The DC Atheists Meetup Group!

What: Religious Faith versus Non-Faith: a New Perspective

When: Saturday, April 3,[masked]:00 PM

Center for Inquiry - DC Office
621 Pennsyvania Ave., SE
Washington, DC 20003

Many can see how moving away from traditional religion can represent personal growth. But could faith development theorists be right in saying it also represents spiritual growth? And is agnosticism / atheism the ?right? answer? As counterintuitive as it is reassuring, spiritual development theory offers an overarching explanation for the vehement conflicts between believers and non-believers. But it also brings news that the most ?spiritually mature? among us have transcended their need for answers into a worldview where everyone's beliefs are ?right.?

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