It can be said that groups such as this one have had "spirited" discussions. And a fairly reasonable use of the term "human spirit" might be applied when, for example, people from all walks of life pull together in the face of a disaster (etc). But as we know, the term "spirit" refers to something altogether different for most of humanity.
Join us at Center for Inquiry Northeast Ohio's April meeting, which will feature a program by longtime CFI member Linus Ogbuji. In his presentation, titled "The Persistent Myth of the Human Spirit", Linus will explore the inextricable link between the belief in a human “spirit” and religious belief in general. He will also be offering a critique of the oft-heard “spiritual, but not religious” position.
Linus is a retired professor of engineering and NASA scientist. A naturalized US citizen, he has lived in six countries on three continents (but longest in the USA). Linus is a member of CFI and a life member of American Atheists, and has three sons and sixteen grandchildren.
As usual, light refreshments will be served. See you there! :)