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Special Event

This will be a program, "Confessions of a Bible Belt Atheist", presented by Seth Andrews who is host of the blog The Thinking Atheist. The event is free and open to the public. Seth relates how he morphed from a professional Christian broadcaster to host of one of the world's most popular online atheist communities. Come with an open mind and any questions you may have. There will be a gathering with free refreshments following the presentation.



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  • Pam D.

    Great sharing by Seth. It was really encouraging to see a packed house, looked like a couple hundred folks. Looking forward to the expansion of this organization in our Sedona area. I would particularly like to see a true separation of Church and State, starting with the removal of the recently added "Under God" to our pledge of allegiance. Look it up.

    February 17, 2014

  • Brock

    I was impressed with Seth's openness. There was no caustic us-them polemic. Rather, a come-with-me let us share and see orientation. Like Alom Shaha in his "Young Atheists Handbook". Fresh air without the heat. Beautiful

    February 16, 2014

  • Allen C. D.

    The lecture today was great. Seth is a very competent speaker and authority and handles himself well under questions.

    February 15, 2014

  • Barbara W.

    Articulate speaker, respectful while straight-on, direct about his de-conversion, reasons for, what he now values and knows. Well-planned event. Thanks, George and others who worked on this.

    February 15, 2014

  • Barbara W.

    Phil - I wish I had seen your item on the Robert Reich film sooner - would have highly recommended it to all. Ron (Krumm) and I saw it last fall in Phoenix - an important film, well-done, needs to be shown and appreciated far and wide. If not seen in Sedona, I encourage everyone to watch/find it some other way.
    Barbara Warren

    February 15, 2014

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