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Mar 07 2010

Ed Buckner, President of American Atheists. Debates at Mega Church Near Cincinnati, Ohio

AMERICAN ATHEISTS
http://www.atheists.org

BUCKNER, PROVINE JOIN FORCES
FOR DEBATE SUMMIT 2010

The Debate Summit series exists as a forum designed to explain, test and defend various aspects of the Christian world view by interacting with qualified representatives of non-Christian worldviews in moderated public debates. The goal is to create and maintain an atmosphere of civility, mutual respect and the open exchange of ideas.

MARCH 12-13, 2010 Washington Court House, Ohio

DR. ED BUCKNER, President of American Atheists will be a participant in the 2010 Debater Summit slated for March 12-13, 2010. He will be joining R. WILL PROVINE, Professor of Biology at Cornell University and an outspoken Atheist in defending the naturalist world view in a debate with leading Christian apologists.

The venue is the
Grace Community Church, 525 S. Glenn Avenue, Washington C.H., OH 43160

The schedule of events includes:

Debate #001
Friday, March 12, 7:00 pm
Dr. Ed Buckner vs. Jay Lucas
Topic: Moral Foundations: “Which makes more sense, Christianity or Atheism?”

Debate #002
Saturday, March 13, 3:00 pm
Dr. Will Provine vs. Dr. Andy McIntosh
Topic: “Flight in birds and bats: Is evolution or creation the best guide?”

Debate #003
Saturday, March 13, 7:00 pm
Dr. Dennis Sullivan vs. Dr. Will Provine
Topic: “Free Will: Does it exist? Does it matter?”

Washington Court House is easily accessible from the interstate and major metro areas. Lodging is available in town; and tickets for the debates ($6 per session) can be purchased on line. For more information, visit http://debatesummit2010.blogspot.com/

WHO & WHAT: Dr. Ed Buckner and Dr. Will Provine participating in Debate Summit 2010

WHEN: March 12-13, 2010

WHERE: Grace Community Church, 525 S. Glenn Avenue, Washington C.H., OH 43160

MORE INFO: http://debatesummit2010.blogspot.com/

(AMERICAN ATHEISTS is a nationwide movement that defends civil rights for Atheists, Freethinkers and other nonbelievers; works for the total separation of church and state; and addresses issues of First Amendment public policy.)

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