**CANCELLED** Due to unforeseen circumstances this event is cancelled.
The Mormons visit will be rescheduled in the New Year.
Representatives from the Winchester Church of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) are coming to SkepTeaCafe this Saturday 30th.
After our successful meeting last month with apologists from Winchester Family Church, this month is the turn of the Latter Day Saints.
Again there’s no agenda just a friendly chat with people of a different world view over coffee (for us). If you’ve ever wondered what their philosophy is and what makes them tick, here’s your chance to find out.
10:30 am in the IT room @ Winchester Discovery Centre.
A few people have been commenting that Rhimjim’s is not so good lately, and getting a bit repetitive.
How about the Bangkok Brassiere, just across Jewry St. If people don’t go mad, cost should be about the same.
Or Mr So’s served an excellent Chinese meal to Clio, Malcolm Marina and I recently
This Saturday SkepTeaCafe welcomes it’s first guest.
SkepTeaCafe is the Saturday morning group that meets after Thursday Skeptics. This week we’re excited to be visited by Jamie Franklin, the Student Worker at Winchester Family Church. We reached out to the church after we attended one of their Sunday meetings and were fascinated by the experience. We’ll be discussing everything from belief to evolution to philosophy.
Saturday 10:30am at the Winchester Discovery Centre.
John MacKay is coming to Winchester Guildhall on Wednesday 2nd Oct at 7:15.
John MacKay is the International Director of Creation Research a Young Earth Creationist propaganda mill based in Australia. Mackay has been around for 30 years and was previously associated with Ken Ham. His background is in Geology and rejects all evidence of an old earth and evolution. Nowadays he goes around selling his books and DVDs to an unsuspecting audience.
His talk will be on:
- God’s signature in Creation – Allah or Christ?
- The Rocks cry out!
Let’s give him a warm Skeptical welcome to our City and remind him that there’s no such thing as a free lunch. As previous, the other main motivation is to speak to the other attendees and let them know that Skepticism isn’t a dirty word and Skeptics don’t eat babies.
If you’re free we’ll meet at 6:45 in Pitcher & Piano, a few doors down from The Guildhall.
Saturday 31st 10:30am in the IT room @ Winchester Discovery Centre
Take a look at this! Tie in with The Ancestor’s Trail
Richard Dawkins ‘Give the under surface to Mr Wallace, but yield the upper surface to Mr Darwin’.
Peter Raby ‘Wallace the Nomad’.
Jon Copley ‘No longer in the dark: exploring islands of life on the ocean floor’
Mark Thomas ‘The Evolutionary History of Homo sapiens’.
Plus Andrew Copson, Johnny Berliner and Theatr na nÓg
Details and tickets http://www.entangled-bank.co.uk/dawkins-in-bristol.html