Proper Role of Religion in American Public Education: A Secularist View"
Sunday, June 20, 2004
Highlighting current controversies
such as the intelligent design movement, school prayer, religious
movements that seek to replace the classical liberal arts curriculum, and
controversies surrounding student activities fees, secularist activist DJ
Grothe will lecture at CFI-West about the practical strategies for
engaging in the current debate over the role of religion in public
Mr. Grothe serves as the Director
of Campus and Community Programs
for the Center for Inquiry
International, a secular, pro-science public education
organization. He has traveled and lectured widely throughout North
America, speaking on ethics, religious-political extremism, church-state
separation, skepticism and science advocacy. His writings have been
published in newspapers throughout the United States, and he has spoken on
numerous radio and television programs.
$6.00 or free for Friends
of the Center.
This talk will be repeated in Costa
Mesa at 4:30.
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