LIVE DEBATE - The More We Evolve, The Less We Need God





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Streamed live on Mar 27, 2018

Does God have a place in 21st century human affairs? For many, the answer is an unapologetic yes. Belief in a higher power, they argue, is the foundation of human consciousness and the soul of all social, political, and scientific progress. Further, some claim, humans are biologically predisposed to embrace religion and require faith to live moral lives. Others are far more skeptical. For them, adherence to faith and religious tradition serves only to fracture communities and prevent humanity from embracing a more enlightened, reasoned, and just social order. As we look to the future in uncertain times, should spirituality and religion play a central role in human evolution, innovation, and discovery? Or has God become obsolete?

Cast YOUR vote on the motion "The More We Evolve, The Less We Need God" at http://smarturl.it/ReligionDebateVote

For the Motion:
Heather Berlin, Cognitive Neuroscientist
Michael Shermer, Founder, The Skeptics Society & Best-Selling Author

Against the Motion:
Dr. Deepak Chopra, Integrative Medicine Advocate & Best-Selling Author
Dr. Anoop Kumar, Emergency Physician & Author, "Michelangelo's Medicine"


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