Atheist Society

Lecture Programme
Second Tuesday of the month at 8 pm. Unitarian Church Hall, 110 Grey Street, East Melbourne. (Opposite the old Mercy Hospital). Melways Map 2G, D2. Admission free, no prior booking necessary, all welcome. The talk usually goes for 45-60 minutes. A question-to-the-speaker period follows the lecture.

08 Nov Nigel Sinnott (Former Editor, “The Freethinker”, UK)
“Moncure Daniel Conway and his visit to Australia in 1883″
13 Dec Lynne Kelly (Author: The Memory Code)
“Why the memory systems of not-so ‘primitive’ cultures explain Stonehenge”
14 Feb Rick Barker (Progressive Atheists)
“There is no reptilian aspect tor the human brain”
14 Mar Graeme Lindenmayer ( )
“Humans, Machines and Armageddon”
11 Apr Robert Bender (Humanist Society of Victoria )
“G.K.Chesterton and his defence of Catholicism in ‘Orthodoxy'”
09 May Matthew Alan McArthur
“You can’t have it both ways: Credit and blame in religion and its analogues”
13 Jun Jonathon Rutherford (Co-author: Beloved father, Beloved Son)
“Are Science and Religion Separate Magisteria?”
11 Jul Dr Bill Hall (Evolutionary Biology of Species and Organisations)
“Positive Feedback and the Evolution of Culture”
08 Aug Dr Joe Sampson (Humanist Society of Victoria)
“How atheistic is the theology of Bishop John Robinson’s 1963 book ‘Honest to God'”
12 Sep James Fordor (Rationalist Society of Australia)
“Old and new atheism: problems in the world of unbelief”

For those who are happy to accept that there is no credible scientific or factually reliable evidence for the existence of a god or gods or the supernatural.

For further information, contact David Miller, Secretary. Telephone: 03 9467 2063
Mail: PO Box 1111, Bundoora, Victoria 3083, Australia.

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