Are You a Humanist?

Good without god(s)? Many of us are! Humanism is “the radical idea that you can be good without a god.” Let’s talk about it Sunday morning–after all, you weren’t going somewhere to worship a god, were you? Special guest and Humanist Braeden Stanley will tell us about his work in a Uganda clinic. There will not be a sermon but there may well be cookies!

Please join the Humanist Society of Iowa in this recurring bi-weekly series that will begin with an introduction to Humanism leading into a book discussion. The meetings will cover “Creating Change Through Humanism” by American Humanist Association Executive Director Roy Speckhardt. One of the most frequent (and tiresome) questions we receive is “Where do you get your morals?”. Humanism provides a very satisfying answer.

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IAF Sunday Meetup

This is our regular, weekly, Meetup. Please come and join us for an interesting discussion on a variety of issues.

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Are you a Humanist?

• What we’ll do
Good without god(s)? Many of us are! Humanism is “the radical idea that you can be good without a god.” Let’s talk about it Sunday morning–after all, you weren’t going somewhere to worship a god, were you? Special guest and Humanist Braeden Stanley will tell us about his work in a Uganda clinic. There will not be a sermon but there may well be cookies!
Please join the Humanist Society of Iowa in this recurring bi-weekly series that will begin with an introduction to Humanism leading into a book discussion. The meetings will cover “Creating Change Through Humanism” by American Humanist Association Executive Director Roy Speckhardt. One of the most frequent (and tiresome) questions we receive is “Where do you get your morals from?”. Humanism provides a very satisfying answer.

• What to bring

• Important to know

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Are you a Humanist?

• What we’ll do
Good without god(s)? Many of us are. Humanism is “the radical idea that you can be good without a god.” Let’s talk about it Sunday morning–after all, you weren’t going somewhere to worship a god, were you? Special guest and Humanist Braeden Stanley will tell us about his work in a Uganda clinic. There will not be a sermon but there may well be cookies!
Join the Humanist Society of Iowa in this new bi-weekly series featuring an introduction to Humanism. This will lead into a book discussion of “Creating Change Through Humanism” by American Humanist Association Exec Director Roy Speckhardt. One of the most frequent (and tiresome) questions we receive is “Where do you get your morals from?). Humanism provides a very satisfying answer.

• What to bring

• Important to know

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Are you a Humanist?

• What we’ll do
Good without god(s)? Many of us are! Humanism is “the radical idea that you can be good without a god.” Let’s talk about it Sunday morning–after all, you weren’t going somewhere to worship a god, were you? Special guest and Humanist Braeden Stanley will tell us about his work in a Uganda clinic. There will not be a sermon but there may well be cookies!
Please join the Humanist Society of Iowa in this recurring bi-weekly series that will begin with an introduction to Humanism leading into a book discussion. The meetings will cover “Creating Change Through Humanism” by American Humanist Association Executive Director Roy Speckhardt. One of the most frequent (and tiresome) questions we receive is “Where do you get your morals from?”. Humanism provides a very satisfying answer.

• What to bring

• Important to know

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Are you a Humanist?

• What we’ll do
Good without god(s)? Many of us are! Humanism is “the radical idea that you can be good without a god.” Let’s talk about it Sunday morning–after all, you weren’t going somewhere to worship a god, were you? Special guest and Humanist Braeden Stanley will tell us about his work in a Uganda clinic. There will not be a sermon but there may well be cookies!
Please join the Humanist Society of Iowa in this recurring bi-weekly series that will begin with an introduction to Humanism leading into a book discussion. The meetings will cover “Creating Change Through Humanism” by American Humanist Association Executive Director Roy Speckhardt. One of the most frequent (and tiresome) questions we receive is “Where do you get your morals from?”. Humanism provides a very satisfying answer.

• What to bring

• Important to know

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Are you a Humanist?

• What we’ll do
Good without god(s)? Many of us are! Humanism is “the radical idea that you can be good without a god.” Let’s talk about it Sunday morning–after all, you weren’t going somewhere to worship a god, were you? Special guest and Humanist Braeden Stanley will tell us about his work in a Uganda clinic. There will not be a sermon but there may well be cookies!
Please join the Humanist Society of Iowa in this recurring bi-weekly series that will begin with an introduction to Humanism leading into a book discussion. The meetings will cover “Creating Change Through Humanism” by American Humanist Association Executive Director Roy Speckhardt. One of the most frequent (and tiresome) questions we receive is “Where do you get your morals from?”. Humanism provides a very satisfying answer.

• What to bring

• Important to know

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Are you a Humanist?

• What we’ll do
Good without god(s)? Many of us are. Humanism is “the radical idea that you can be good without a god.” Let’s talk about it Sunday morning–after all, you weren’t going somewhere to worship a god, were you? Special guest and Humanist Braeden Stanley will tell us about his work in a Uganda clinic. There will not be a sermon but there may well be cookies!
Join the Humanist Society of Iowa in this new bi-weekly series featuring an introduction to Humanism. This will lead into a book discussion of “Creating Change Through Humanism” by American Humanist Association Exec Director Roy Speckhardt. One of the most frequent (and tiresome) questions we receive is “Where do you get your morals from?”. Humanism provides a very satisfying answer.

• What to bring

• Important to know

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