A Celebration of Science & Reason - Vancouver @ Orpheum, Vancouver [2 November]

A Celebration of Science & Reason - Vancouver


796
02
November
20:00 - 23:00

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Orpheum
884 Granville Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 1K3
Richard Dawkins & Sam Harris are two of the world’s most respected scientists, authors and biggest draws in secular humanism. They will share the stage with Matt Dillahunty, a former southern baptist who spent a big part of his life studying to become a minister. Since finding his way out of religion, Dillahunty gained worldwide fame by hosting the Austin, Texas all access call in show The Atheist Experience. He now travels the world debating & lecturing on subjects primarily relating to belief in god and skepticism.

This event will feature a discussion about Science & Reason. How do we become more scientifically literate? How can we better educate society to value skepticism over faith? These are some of the themes that will be addressed. There will be a reception after the event that will include a book signing.

Premium ticket holders will have fast-pass access for the book signing. They will also have access to the post show event that will be held on November 3rd, the day following the event. This event will be an intimate meet up and hangout with Matt Dillahunty & a special guest.
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