Secular Bible Study and CASH
Atheists Talk #0070, Sunday, May 17, 2009
Minnesota Atheists and Trinity United Methodist Church jointly participate in The Secular Bible Study. Grant Steves and Chester O’Gorman co-host this venture and today will be on the radio to explain the point and purpose of theists and atheists looking at the bible together. No blood is reported to have yet been spilt at these meetings. Listen in for more details on this meetup group.
Mike Haubrich will have Hannah Heidt of the Campus Atheists, Skeptics and Humanists. Hannah is on the board of directors and will talk about why such groups exist and what it is they do. Our local CASH is at the University of Minnesota, and there is also one at the University of Minnesota at Morris.
“Atheists Talk” is produced by The Minnesota Atheists. Mike Haubrich, Director. Stephanie Zvan, Host.
- Secular Bible Study Meetup Group
- Secular Bible Study Casts Wide Net Minneapolis Star Tribune
The Secular Bible: Why Non-Believers Must Take The Bible Seriously Jacques Berlinerblau at Hofstra University
- CASH: The Best Damned Group on Campus
- Hannah Heidt Letter to the Editor, Minnesota Daily
- CASH, Minnesota Morris
- Secular Student Alliance Groups