A news item that may interest non-theist Friends from NFN Steering Group member Hugh Rock:
This year’s annual lecture of the Non religion and Secularity Research Network, (NSRN) is titled
‘Is Atheism a Religion’ – Friday December 2nd, 18.00-20.00
The lecture takes place conveniently round the corner from Friends’ House at the Archaeology G6 Lecture Theatre, University College London, 31-34 Gordon Square WC1H OPY
The speakers are Dr Miquel Farias of Coventry University, Professor Christopher Frend, Goldsmiths College, Dr Jonathan Lanman, Queens University Belfast and Dr Lois Lee, Chair and co-founder of the NSRN.
The lecture is free to all comers but booking registration is required at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nsrn-annual-lecture-is-atheism-a-religion-registration-28392936036 (Opens in new window)
For those Friends interested but unable to attend, I will provide a short report on the lecture to be posted on the website. Hugh
(Some Friends might even be interested in the preceeding event at 4pm! https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ssnb-roundtable-who-cares-about-unbelief-registration-29219178349 Trevor)
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