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The Sciences

Off to Los Angeles for the 30th Anniversary of Free Inquiry and the Council for Secular Humanism

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyOctober 7, 2010 4:29 AM

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I'm on a plane tomorrow for this amazing (and sold out) event. My contribution (besides hopefully recording a lot of content for Point of Inquiry) will be to speak for 25 minutes on this panel--and remain civil!:

Plenary session - Science and Religion: Confrontation or Accommodation? How should secular humanists respond to science and religion? If we champion science, must we oppose faith? How best to approach flashpoints like evolution education? A wide-ranging examination featuring a spectrum of distinguished panelists:

Jennifer Michael HechtPZ MyersEugenie ScottChris MooneyVictor Stenger Fortunately, there's a cash bar afterwards. We're going to need it. See you in LA!

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