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CFI-NYC | How I Survived My Religious Education: A Panel Discussion

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Uploaded on Jan 21, 2010

In this panel discussion sponsored by the Center for Inquiry-New York City and All Souls Unitarian Church, three authors -- William Lobdell, Rebecca Newberger Goldstein, and Marilyn Mehr (talk not shown due to technical issues) -- brought up in restrictive religious traditions discuss their journey toward atheism or liberal, inclusive forms of faith. In addition to dealing with weighty philosophical issues of losing -- and changing -- beliefs, this program also deals with the more ordinary questions of how to handle relationships with beloved family members who are still devout, conservative religious believers (a challenge many of us face in the holiday season). The panel was moderated by Susan Jacoby.

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www.centerforinquiry.net/nyc

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