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Frank B.


Meetup Webmaster, SBS Organizing Committee Member


Minneapolis, MN

Organizer since:

February 10, 2010


Tell us why you like our idea that theists and atheists should rationally dialogue.

Theists should join atheists in "interbelief" or "transbelief" reasoning dialogue groups because religion isn't only about God, but also about morality. Those who've had to create a moral code without God's input must also have a seat at the roundtable. Also, as a plurationalist, I encourage all of us -- of every theist, atheist, ethical, cultural, and political worldview -- to practice factualism instead of denialism, skepticism instead of dogmatism, and moderationism instead of emotionalism, in how we respectively source, test, and act upon & communicate our diverse worldviews.


I'm SBS Organizer & liaison to The Circle of Reason, the international plurationalist society sponsoring SBS, First Minneapolis Circle of Reason (FMCOR), & Circle of Ijtihad (COI) meetups for reasoning dialogue across disparate worldviews & cultures.

What Frank B. is saying about this Meetup Group

Religious and secular people -- reasoning together! Interesting!

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