Announcements

Freethought Discussion: Limits and Value of Religious Liberties

Thursday 7/24/2014 at 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Creese basement Conference Room B
Hello Freethinkers!In the wake of the influential ‘Hobby Lobby’ case the question of religious liberties has come into debate. This Thursday 7/24/2014, we will be discussing the extent and limits of religious liberties and freedoms, as well as what these ideas mean to the future of the USA.

Bring your ideas,  opinions, and friends. Expect a lively conversation!

– David G. McDevitt Drexel Freethought Society, President

http://drexelfreethought.org/

 

 

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6 Responses to Announcements

  1. Hugh Taft-Morales says:

    Glad to see Drexel Freethought shows good website and podcast progress!

  2. Michael says:

    Hi, I would like to join the free thought society but since I missed the first meeting last week, I don’t really know when and where to go for meetings.

  3. Andrix Hopper says:

    So basically this is a club to jerk off about how bad religion is under the guise of having actual meaningful discussion? Do you guys compare fedoras as well?

    MODERATOR NOTE: No.

  4. Rich says:

    The guise of what? Religions are the worse scourges that have plagued the world since the beginning of recorded history. Millions have been tortured and killed due to these nonsensical beliefs. The only fedora you need is a thinking cap.

  5. @Rich says:

    @Rich – Intolerant liberals like you are the problem. You only preach acceptance when it conforms to your beliefs, but everyone else is wrong, guilty, and persecuted. Thank God for religion and the morals it teaches.

  6. Eric Kim says:

    Would love to attend a meeting. Could someone email me more details about this organization?

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