We are pleased to welcome Seth Andrews of the Thinking Atheist podcast to lead us on a humorous and compelling exploration into the death of discourse in the 21st Century twitter-verse, and why we often might do better when approaching those with contrary points of view … because not everyone who disagrees with you is Hitler.
Due to significant interest in this event we are offering a reserved seating section for this lecture. Reserved Seats are $10 for non-members and $5 for CFI Planet Level Members (or higher).
The Reserved Seating section will be in the front rows of the center section of the auditorium. Seating within the Reserved section will not be assigned, but seating in the section is guaranteed.
Reserved Seats are $10 for non-members and $5 for CFI Planet Level Members (or higher). Open seating will also be available the day of the event for a $5 suggested donation.
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ABOUT SETH ANDREWS
Seth Andrews, a video producer and former Christian broadcaster, now hosts www.thethinkingatheist.com, one of the most popular online atheist communities in the world. The Thinking Atheist is not a person. It is an icon encouraging all to reject faith and pursue reason and evidence. Seth hosts The Thinking Atheist podcast on Spreaker, a broadcast that has been downloaded 50 million times since its launch in 2010.
Seth has authored three books. “Deconverted: a Journey from Religion to Reason” chronicles his journey out of superstition, “Sacred Cows: A Lighthearted Look at Belief and Tradition Around the World” is a wild romp through many of the world’s strangest cultures and customs, and “Ghost Stories” is a fictional audiobook romp inspired by his annual Halloween radio show.
With a mix of humor and heart, Seth Andrews has spoken for audiences large and small in the U.S, Canada, Europe, and Australia about his former faith, the promotion of science and skepticism, the importance of Humanism in this often crazy world, and why we should all pursue a personal relationship with reality.
This event will be in the Main Auditorium at Wealthy Theatre.
FREE Parking is available in the Wealthy Theatre lot behind the main building follow the driveway immediately to the East of the Annex Building and around to the left. Handicap parking is available immediately behind the Annex Building. Street parking and the lot behind the Annex is also free after 5pm. See Picture in Discussion.
After the meeting, join us at Brick Road Pizza, just down the block at 1017 Wealthy St SE in Grand Rapids, to continue the conversation, and enjoy food & drinks. View Map
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