We debate origins of the Universe, life, Earth, humans, religion, atheism, using common sense, evolution, cosmology, geology, archaeology, and other sciences, to repel biblical creationism and other religious beliefs.
"They deserve as much respect as someones taste in food or music. As much respect as their sexual orientation. As much respect as their choice in clothes, or car.
Most of the time you wouldn't (or shouldn't) criticize people for these…"
I'd also like to let you know about the Rise of Atheism Global Atheist Convention to be held in Melbourne in March next year. It's going to be huge. Speakers include: Richard Dawkins, PZ Myers, Peter Singer, Dan Barker and AC Grayling - and many more.
I hope you will join us - both in our group and maybe at the Convention in Melbourne next year.
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Terry Meaden (English archaeologist; physicist; Oxford; 60+)
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"ORIGINS: Universe, Life, Earth, Humankind, Religion, Evolution, Darwin..." with its 200 discussion topics and 60+ videos.
The group seeks to understand the mysteries of anything including the universe, and how life and humans and religion and faith and everything began. There's a lot to talk about. Terry Meaden
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