Monday, 1 March 2010

Our March Meeting: Why Religion?

Hastings Humanists are pleased to welcome Dr Tom Rees author of the Epiphenom blog, a writer on medical issues, and a founder member of Humanists4Science. He recently had an aricle in New Humanist on "Who Needs God?"

He will speak to us on Thursday 11 March at the Arts Forum, 36 Marina. Doors open 6:30 pm for 7pm start, the entrance fee is £2, and all are welcome.

Dr Rees asks: Why are some nations more secular than others? Why does religion persist in the modern world? What factors drive religious change: Modernisation, Religious freedom, Personal insecurity? Whatever happened to Secularisation? Come and take part in the discussion.

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