Speaker Series: Seth Andrews
Sunday, September 9th, 4:00 p.m.
Oak Park Main Library, Veteran's Room, Second Floor
Seth Andrews is a broadcaster, storyteller, author, activist, and public speaker best known as the host of the popular website, podcast, and online community, "The Thinking Atheist." Prior to his atheist activism, he was a fundamentalist Christian and had a ten-year career as a Christian radio host. His talk is entitled, "Unskeptical: Finding the Real Story in a World of Half-Truths." There will be a question and answer session and he will also be signing copies of his book.
October Social Gathering
Thursday, October 18th, 7:00 p.m.
Shanahan's, 7353 Madison St., Forest Park
Please join us as we socialize, eat, drink, and discuss the upcoming mid-term elections.
Speaker Series: William A. Zingrone, PhD.
Sunday, November 11th, 4:00 p.m.
Oak Park Main Library, Community Engagement Space, First Floor
We are pleased to have Bill Zingrone, PhD. Lecturer in Developmental Psychology, secular activist, and Illinois chairman of the Secular Coalition for America join us. Dr. Zingrone will discuss ""Stone Tools and Concepts:From Spatial Relations to Human Relations." This talk examines how our conceptual system evolved, eventually to include abstract relationships like kin and clan can help us understand and promote the global empathy for all in our species that is the foundation of the humanist perspective.
ALSO COMING UP:
Holiday Social Gathering
BOOK SORTING FOR THE OAK PARK LIBRARY ANNUAL BOOK FAIR
End of the Line Humanists volunteered for two days of sorting books and other tasks to help the Friends of the Library prepare for the Oak Park Library Annual Book Sale.
A DAY IN OUR VILLAGE COMMUNITY FAIR
End of the Line Humanists participated in Oak Park's A Day in Our Village community fair. Our booth featured humanist information and freebies, a free science-themed t-shirt raffle, and games, treats, and coloring pages for the kids.
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Humanism is a progressive philosophy of life that, without supernaturalism, affirms our ability and responsibility to lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the greater good of humanity.
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"Being a Humanist means trying to behave decently without expectation
of rewards or punishment after you are dead."
-- Kurt Vonnegut