In this workshop, SHoWLE President Douglas Berger will offer suggestions and guidance on how to live a secular life stance in a world that is dominated and obsessed with religion.
How do we contribute to the well-being of ourselves and our loved ones while being true to our beliefs?
Through our group discussion, we can share practical hints and tips for being a productive citizen without compromising our Humanist principles.
We will also discuss the false narrative that Christians are being persecuted in the US and how falling for that untruth will in fact have serious consequences for the religious freedom of us all.
This is the 2nd in a serious of workshops about Humanism presented by the Secular Humanists of Western Lake Erie.
We will be meeting in the Auditorium located in the Basement of the building.