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KFS "Respectful Disbelief" - Promoting Freethought THIS COMING TUESDAY, SEPT 27, 7PM AT PERKINS

From: cole m.
Sent on: Sunday, September 25, 2011 12:51 AM

KANSAS FREETHOUGHT SOCIETY: 

"Respectful Disbelief" - Promoting Freethought  THIS COMING TUESDAY, SEPT 27, 7PM AT PERKINS

Tom always gives a great presentation.  This is a very controversial topic. 

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TO RSVP, ADDRESS AND FOR MORE INFO ABOUT THIS GROUP GO TO:  http://www.meetup.com/Kansas-Freethought-Society/

"How can there be so many idiots in the world?"  We freethinkers may feel that science, logic, reason and critical thinking makes things so obvious... so why are we outnumbered? 
People in pain do not learn.  Is the way we advance freethought painful?  How do we open the minds of believers, or at least get them to respect our disbelief.  There are some influential people on both sides of this argument.  Come to the meeting and we'll discuss it. 
Tom

Cole Morgan  [address removed]  [masked]

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