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The Fellowship of Reason (FOR) is looking for new members who enjoy performance (teaching/public speaking) and who have true passions in life which they would like to share with us. Non-performing members are most welcome, too. Someone has called us the Nerd Church because of our interest in music, art, theater, dance, history, culture, religion, philosophy, science, and history.

FOR was founded in Atlanta, GA in 1998 as a non-profit organization to provide fellowship, ethical education, and continuing classical education for thoughtful people, young and old. We welcome individuals and families, offering family-friendly activities. Activities include inspirational, social, educational, and recreational outings. Families and children are especially important to us. There's something for everyone!

FOR offers
*a reason-based approach to life
*social events and opportunities
*adult learning activities and book clubs
*study of aesthetics, ethics, and philosophy
*support in living reflectively and with purpose
*recognition of life events

FOR is a reason-based moral community. Our guiding question is: "What is the beautiful thing to do?"

All social and educational events are free and open to all visitors. As a non-profit, FOR is a member-supported organization. To learn more about FOR and how to join, visit our website at http://www.fellowshipofreason.com/

Upcoming events (5)

Ancient Greek Language Class

Judy's House

As of Fall 2019, only Emory University and the University of Georgia offer Ancient Greek classes in Georgia. Our Ancient Greek class is the only free, adult Ancient Greek class in Georgia. I might say "in the United States," but I don't know that. We have reached our maximum attendance. Our event is in a private home and there is no more room at the dining table! If you would like to join our group, Martin would love to meet with you at a coffee shop in Atlanta to discuss when we might be able to admit new students to our class. We will favor advanced students who can teach the rest of us something! We will begin with a potluck supper at 7:30. Please bring food and/or drink to share. Our class starts promptly at 8 p.m. and ends promptly at 9:15 p.m. Students are required to acquire the following texts: Reading Greek: Text and Vocabulary 2nd Edition (https://www.amazon.com/Reading-Greek-Association-Classical-Teachers/dp/0521698510/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1509682744&sr=8-1&keywords=reading+greek) Reading Greek: Grammar and Exercises 2nd Edition (https://www.amazon.com/Reading-Greek-Association-Classical-Teachers/dp/0521698529/ref=mt_paperback?_encoding=UTF8&me=) The following texts are optional: An Independent Study Guide to Reading Greek 2nd Edition (https://www.amazon.com/Independent-Study-Guide-Reading-Greek/dp/0521698502/ref=mt_paperback?_encoding=UTF8&me=) Speaking Greek 2 Audio CD set (Reading Greek) 2nd Edition (https://www.amazon.com/Speaking-Greek-Audio-set-Reading/dp/0521728967/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1509682744&sr=8-6&keywords=reading+greek)

FOR Walkers

Majestic Diner

Meet us at 8:00am on Cleburne Terrace, just behind the Majestic Diner and the Plaza Theater. We'll walk along Blue Ridge Ave, then down Linwood to pick up the trail by the Carter Center. We'll head north on the Beltline to Piedmont Park, then up Virgina and down North Highland back to where we started. Those who feel so inclined can breakfast at the Majestic. For more information, contact Martin,[masked]

Ancient Greek Language Class

Judy's House

As of Fall 2019, only Emory University and the University of Georgia offer Ancient Greek classes in Georgia. Our Ancient Greek class is the only free, adult Ancient Greek class in Georgia. I might say "in the United States," but I don't know that. We have reached our maximum attendance. Our event is in a private home and there is no more room at the dining table! If you would like to join our group, Martin would love to meet with you at a coffee shop in Atlanta to discuss when we might be able to admit new students to our class. We will favor advanced students who can teach the rest of us something! We will begin with a potluck supper at 7:30. Please bring food and/or drink to share. Our class starts promptly at 8 p.m. and ends promptly at 9:15 p.m. Students are required to acquire the following texts: Reading Greek: Text and Vocabulary 2nd Edition (https://www.amazon.com/Reading-Greek-Association-Classical-Teachers/dp/0521698510/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1509682744&sr=8-1&keywords=reading+greek) Reading Greek: Grammar and Exercises 2nd Edition (https://www.amazon.com/Reading-Greek-Association-Classical-Teachers/dp/0521698529/ref=mt_paperback?_encoding=UTF8&me=) The following texts are optional: An Independent Study Guide to Reading Greek 2nd Edition (https://www.amazon.com/Independent-Study-Guide-Reading-Greek/dp/0521698502/ref=mt_paperback?_encoding=UTF8&me=) Speaking Greek 2 Audio CD set (Reading Greek) 2nd Edition (https://www.amazon.com/Speaking-Greek-Audio-set-Reading/dp/0521728967/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1509682744&sr=8-6&keywords=reading+greek)

FOR Walkers

Majestic Diner

Meet us at 8:00am on Cleburne Terrace, just behind the Majestic Diner and the Plaza Theater. We'll walk along Blue Ridge Ave, then down Linwood to pick up the trail by the Carter Center. We'll head north on the Beltline to Piedmont Park, then up Virgina and down North Highland back to where we started. Those who feel so inclined can breakfast at the Majestic. For more information, contact Martin,[masked]

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FOR Walkers

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