Fellowship of Freethought is proud to host Seth Andrews, The Thinking Atheist, for a fun-filled night with a thought-provoking talk by one of Atheism’s most insightful minds followed by conversation with friends, new and old, and an opportunity to visit with Seth.
We’ll be raising money for FoF’s Camp Quest Scholarship Program. We’ll have finger foods and a cash bar. You can grab dinner from the cafe next door and it will be delivered to the venue.
Space is limited, so hurry and get your ticket!
Date: March 22, 2019
Admission: $10 per person
Tickets must be purchased in advance from eventbrite: https://fofdallas-seth-andrews.eventbrite.com
“Everyone Who Disagrees With Me Is Hitler: an Examination of Love & Outrage in the Twitterverse”
Is discourse dead in the Information Age? Has social media mutated the masses into keyboard-mashing zombies? And is it possible to hear our own thoughts (or the thoughts of others) over the angry noise?
Seth Andrews is an atheist activist, broadcaster, and storyteller who – with humor and heart – takes a candid look at human behavior in our hyper-connected world, with a focus on compassion, and a humanist plea to STOP SHOUTING ALREADY!
About Seth Andrews:
Seth Andrews is a broadcaster, storyteller, author, activist, and public speaker best known as host of the popular website, podcast, and online community, The Thinking Atheist.
Originally the product of Christian fundamentalism, today Seth is an advocate, not for religion, but for people, and while he – as a storyteller – loves the distraction of supernatural fiction, he ultimately encourages everyone to root their pursuit of the truth in reason and evidence, and to pursue a Personal Relationship With Reality.
Seth lives in Oklahoma with his wife Natalie and his unofficial mascots, Rat Dog, Henry, and Kat. He enjoys movies, sushi (no tentacles), tennis, referencing “Hitchhiker’s Guide,” casual gaming, 80s music, piano by ear, and constantly flipping his pillow to the cool side.