Tom Flynn in Toronto at Center For Inquiry, this Friday

Centre for Inquiry‘s CELEBRATION OF SCIENCE AND FREETHOUGHT

ATHEISTS, HERETICS and UNBELIEVERS have fought at the forefront of every
major civil rights movement of that last 300 years, including the
Enlightenment, universal suffrage, abolitionism and minority civil rights.
As the aggressive ‘New Atheists’ make headlines, the public tends to forget
the legacy from which they stem.

In celebration we present…
TALES FROM A NEW ENCYCLOPEDIA, A presentation by Tom Flynn, Fri, April 4,
7pm

tom-flynn.jpgTom Flynn, editor of FREE INQUIRY, leading secular humanist magazine,
discusses the challenges he faced – and some of the surprising things he
learned – during his five years editing THE NEW ENCYCLOPEDIA OF UNBELIEF. It
covers in unprecedented detail the freethought, atheist, and humanist
traditions and histories across the world. Flynn will share insights from
research unearthing a once-vibrant freethought tradition in Toronto.

$5 general, $4 students, FREE for Friends of the Centre of Inquiry.
Join today ($60 regular, $20 students & low income)

The event is at CFI– located just south of St. George & College at 216
Beverley St.-Canada’s first home for those whose worldview is based on
science, secularism and rationality. All are invited

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  1. […] April 3, 2008 — L. Ron Brown In addition to speaking at the Centre For Inquiry (Toronto) on Friday evening, Tom Flynn of CFI Transnational will be speaking at the University of Ontario Institute of […]



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