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- Welsh students launch petition against collective worship April 21, 2017
- New call for mandatory reporting after Catholic Church in Australia admits “devastating” scale of child abuse April 19, 2017
- Success! Pharmaceutical Council embraces secular reforms April 18, 2017
- New faith schools announced in latest round of free schools April 12, 2017
- NSS urges regulator to investigate charity behind notorious monk-brewed booze April 11, 2017
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- BHA and Young Humanists move to protect non-religious parents with guide on religion in schools April 20, 2017
- BHA responds to Prime Minister’s Easter message April 16, 2017
- Noel Conway wins hearing for assisted dying High Court claim April 12, 2017
- Government approves yet more religious free schools April 12, 2017
- BHA welcomes pharmacists agreeing to put needs of service users first April 11, 2017
9th April 2017
A debate by Mike Lawrence (atheist) with Jon Davies & Josh Dean (theists) on the existence of a god or gods, with Q&A following.
Jon Davies & Josh Dean are Christians (Christadelphians) who regularly give public presentations on the Bible and Apologetics
Mike Lawrence is a humanist campaigner against religious indoctrination in schools, & author of Astonishing Credulity.
Tickets (at the door): £5 (COMPLIMENTARY TEA & COFFEE WILL BE SERVED AT THE EVENT)
Thursday 20th April 2017 from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m.
Reason Coffee Shop & Bookstore 116 The Parade, WD17 1BD Watford, United Kingdom
25th March 2017
Thursday, 6th April 2017 at 19:30 hours / 7.30 p.m.
5th March 2017
Freethinker bulletin No 135Thursday, March 23 at 7.30pm:Guest speak Jacky Hart left the insular Christian sect known as the Exclusive Brethren,and now helps others who wish to leave.
Her presentation will describe life within the closed doors of a cult that fears the outside world,
and imposes tough rules upon its members, especially women.
The event takes place at the Reason Coffee Shop & Bookstore,
Unit 3 Faircross House, 116 The Parade, Watford.
Tickets (at the door): £5. Complimentary tea and coffee will be served.
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