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In this CFI-sponsored talk Dr. Boghossian argues that faith-based processes are unreliable and unlikely to lead one to the truth. Since our goal as knowers is to have more true beliefs than false ones, faith, as a process for getting to the truth, should be abandoned in favor of other, more reliable processes.
"Peter Boghossian's lecture on the deficiencies of faith as a means of acquiring knowledge is lucid, witty, and eminently persuasive. It is a much needed antidote to fuzzy thinking and irrational beliefs."
Ronald A. Lindsay, President & CEO of CFI
“We need more educators like Peter Boghossian.”
Sam Harris, bestselling author of “The End of Faith” and “Letter to a Christian Nation"
“[Peter Boghossian’s] lecture is one of the best single summaries of how to think clearly I’ve ever seen.”
Michael Shermer, Founder of the Skeptics Society and Editor in Chief of Skeptic Magazine
See the April 5th Portland Mercury for "Faith No More", an interview with Dr. Boghossian.