Durango Skeptics and Atheists NEWSLETTER MAY 2017

Editorial opinions and story selection do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the leadership or members of DS&A. If you have a news item that you would like to bring to the attention of our members, please send the link and your comments to larrybollinger@comcast.net Thanks to Robyn Baxendale, Lindsay Baxendale, Rebecca Martinez, Beth Jones, …

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Durango Skeptics and Atheists NEWSLETTER April 2017

If your email program isn’t displaying the photographs and graphics, please go to durangofreethinkers.com to read the full newsletter! Editorial opinions and story selection do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the leadership or members of DS&A. If you have a news item that you would like to bring to the attention of our members, …

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DURANGO SKEPTICS AND ATHEIST NEWSLETTER JANUARY 2017

Please go to durangofreethinkers.com to read the full newsletter! Some email apps do not display the graphics. The Newsletter is best viewed on a monitor...the formatting as it appears on tablet or smart phone may require a bit of scrolling side-to-side! Editorial opinions and story selection do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the leadership or members …

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NEWSLETTER DECEMBER 2016

Editorial opinions and story selection do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the leadership or members of S&AoD. If you have a news item that you would like to bring to the attention of our members, please send the link and your comments to larrybollinger@comcast.net Comments are always wecome. Thanks to Mark M. Diamond and …

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Skeptics and Atheists of Durango NOVEMBER 2016 NEWSLETTER

Editorial opinions and story selection do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the leadership or members of DS&A. If you have an item that you would like to see included in the next newsletter, please send the link and your comments to larrybollinger@comcast.net Thanks to Robyn Baxendale and Wray Boswell for contributing to this month’s …

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Skeptics and Atheists of Durango NEWSLETTER OCTOBER 2016

  Happy Halloween, Science Nerds! Editorial opinions and story selection do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the leadership or members of DS&A. If you have an item that you would like to see included in the next newsletter, please send the link and your comments to larrybollinger@comcast.net Thanks to the following for contributing to …

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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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May 2016 Newsletter

Editorial opinions and story selection do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the leadership or members of DS&A. Discussion topic for this month:Grief Without BeliefPresented by Maria Doucette Maria says: “I would like to do a contrast and comparison of the stages of grief and how they relate to people who do not have a …

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Happy Reason Rally Day 2012

Today is a special day for Atheists, Agnostics,  and Freethinkers. For the first time, non-believers are descending upon the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to let our leaders know that we are here and we want representation. Additionally, this day celebrates living a fulfilled life without  beliefs  in supernatural beings. It celebrates reality and the …

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Way to go, Jessica!

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion". Most of you are probably  familiar with the story of Jessica Ahlquist, a high school junior in  Cranston, Rhode Island who filed a suit against her school after they refused to remove a mural with  christian religous references contained therein.  The case went to trial and the …

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