June Bulletin

DWThis month's bulletin includes a review of my discussion with Bishop Graham Kings and Cllr Philip Eades on whether it is right to call Britain a Christian nation. There’s also a report on Humanist Terry Milton’s participation in Bishop of Wordsworth School’s Multibelief Day, and  a review of Mel Semple’s recent thought-provoking presentation on Human Trafficking.

This coming Saturday (14th June), the Bannister sisters will be talking to us about Buddhism and whether we can make any meaningful links between this religious philosophy and secular Humanism. We also have Kate Holden helping us to unpack the meaning of Agnosticism later in the month (25th June), and the bulletin includes details of a range of excellent events for July too. We hope to see you at one or more of them in the coming few weeks.


Best wishes,
David Warden
Chair, Dorset Humanists

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