Wednesday 24th April 7.30pm
The Green House Hotel, 4 Grove Road, Bournemouth BH1 3AX
A presentation by government scientist, David Nunn
Since the enlightenment, science has relentlessly marched into territories formerly occupied by religion.
Particle physicist, outspoken atheist, and author, Victor Stenger states, “Scientists have practical reasons for wishing that religion and science be kept separate”. In this interactive session, David will investigate whether these apparently conflicting worldviews can be reconciled. He will consider the origins and evolution of both worldviews, and offer some fun approaches to resolving this problem. We hope this will produce interesting results, and perhaps even provide an answer to this age old dilemma!
Join us for “a great opportunity to open our minds to different ways of approaching this often controversial subject”
Free entry (donations appreciated). Everyone welcome!
(The Green House Hotel can also be accessed from Gervis Road, which is better lit and has roadside parking).
Please help us promote Dorset Humanists and this event by displaying an A4 poster. Download an A4 printable copy here, or email Dave at DHcensus(at)hotmail.co.uk for a PDF.
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