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Mar 19 2012

Matt’s speaking/debate schedule

By the way, if you’ve invited me to speak/debate and don’t see your event on this list, contact me immediately!

This is the rough schedule. I’ll get details added as I get them.

Edit: Postponed (was March 24th)
- Sam Houston University
- Topic: The Superiority of Secular Morality

My apologies…the event at Sam Houston University this Saturday has been postponed. As soon as I have a new date, I’ll let you know. In the meanwhile, if you’re not going to the Reason Rally, be sure to follow all of the bloggers and news stations that are covering it!

April 14th
- North Texas Secular Student Convention
- Debate: “Does a god/God exist?”
- JT Eberhard and Matt Dillahunty vs. John Ferrer and Dr. Lee

April 21st
- Binghamton, New York
- Debate: “Does God Exist?”
- Debaters: Jay Lucas vs. Matt Dillahunty
- Time: 7PM to 9PM
- Location: Binghamton University, Lecture Hall 1

April 28th
- UW-Madison “AtheistFest”
- Topic: The Superiority of Secular Morality

May 18th-20th
- Imagine No Religion 2
- Kamloops, British Columbia
- Chris DiCarlo and Matt Dillahunty vs.

July 6-8

- SSA Convention

 

Edit… my speaking schedule originally listed FreeOK (The Oklahoma Freethought Convention). That was a mistake. I did that event last year and won’t be speaking at this year…but you should all still go. It was a great event and looks like it may be even better this year! It’s June 23rd…go and free Oklahoma!

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  1. 1
    Dan

    Thanks so much for posting this, Matt. We’re just under three hours away, so we should be able to make it. I’m incredibly excited now. :)

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      gog

      I’m so stoked to see Matt in Binghamton. I’ll be there for sure!

      1. Agner

        I’m also looking forward to attending this event. I’m just a little over 2 hours from Binghamton.

        Does anyone know if there is a registration that has to be completed to attend?

        1. Dan

          The debate isn’t listed on Binghamton University’s website yet, so I don’t know if we need to register or not. I’m in Rochester, so I’ll need to leave by 3PM or so, but it will definitely be worth it finally see (and hopefully meet) Matt.

          1. Carl

            I live about an hour and 20 min South of Binghamton and am planning to go. I just called them and the girl I talked to said she “thinks” it’s general admission – you just walk in and seat yourself. No tickets or registration. Although, she also said the title of the debate was on Evolution, so I’m not totally convinced her word is completely reliable. I’ll call them again in a few days and see if I can get someone else to confirm. Or, if anyone else wants to try, the number is 607-777-2000.

          2. Max

            I found a little info here – https://sites.google.com/site/cbfbinghamton/debate

  2. 2
    Devin

    I would love to see the debate with John Ferrer. Will this debate be streamed live or will you guys put the video on your website?

    1. 2.1
      Martin Wagner

      If there’s a live stream we’ll let people know about it if we know about it. If it’s a case of a video posted to YouTube after the fact, we’ll embed it here and at our Facebook page.

      1. Martin Evans

        Thank you, I am looking forward to that as I cannot get to the live event from England.

  3. 3
    Lausten North

    Thanks for heading North. I’ll try to make it to Madison.

  4. 4
    Mark Rosengarten

    I live in the Hudson Valley so I am more than willing to make the trek to Binghamton for this event. I would love to see Matt work his magic in person. I hope more information will be posted as the event gets closer.

  5. 5
    Derek Schachter

    Got our hotel booked for Binghamton University. Can’t wait!!!

  6. 6
    John Graham

    I expect that people on both sides of the ledger would very much enjoy a debate between Matt Dillahunty and William Lane Craig.

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