Durango Skeptics and Atheists NEWSLETTER MAY 2017

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Durango Skeptics and Atheists NEWSLETTER April 2017

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Durango Skeptics and Atheists NEWSLETTER MARCH 2017

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DURANGO SKEPTICS AND ATHEIST NEWSLETTER JANUARY 2017

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June 2016 Newsletter

The discussion topic for this month: “Street Epistemology” Presented by Kathleen O’Conner Epistemology is the investigation of what distinguishes justified belief from mere opinion. What is the most productive way for atheists to converse with believers about matters of faith? Should we even try? This is a topic that was suggested by an episode of …

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