‘One Life’ - An informative and enjoyable six-week course exploring Humanism and Atheism
1. What do Humanists believe?
2. Humanism past and present
3. Secularism and religious privilege
4. Ethics and morality without religion
5. Meaning, purpose and happiness
6. A Humanist vision of the future
Tuesdays from 2nd October. All sessions 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Moordown Community Centre, 21 Coronation Avenue, BH9 1TW, Bournemouth, Dorset
In this course, we’ll discover how Humanism provides a rational, non-religious way of answering life’s ‘big questions’, and offers values that help us live enjoyable and worthwhile lives. The course will be highly interactive, so come prepared to share your ideas, take part in discussion groups, and enjoy addressing interesting and challenging issues with like-minded people.
£15 non-members or £12 members (£2 discount before 14th Sept). £5 for students.
Cheques payable to Dorset Humanists
Book early to avoid disappointment – limited number of places
David Warden – Chair of Dorset Humanists. David has given talks to a number of Humanist groups on ethics, the history of Humanism, the psychology of happiness, the science of climate change, how the Bible was written and many more topics. He holds degrees in both theology and management, and is an experienced speaker and business trainer.