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The Source of Human Morality Debate PART 8/9

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Published on Nov 19, 2010

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Part Eight of "the Source of Human Morality" debate held at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County on 11/16/2010.

Hosted by UMBC's Orthodox Christian Fellowship and Secular Student Alliance.

The UMBC SSA YouTube channel can be found at:
http://www.youtube.com/user/secularUMBC

Links to the OCF and SSA pages:

http://www.umbc.edu/studentlife/orgs/...
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid...

The rest of the debate will be uploaded shortly!

"Matt Dillahunty is the president of the Atheist Community of Austin, and host of the popular public access television and internet show "The Atheist Experience." He was raised as a fundamentalist Baptist, and was on track to become a minister until he started asking questions about the reasons for his belief. He rejected religion, and now serves as a public voice for rationality and secular morality.

Father Hans Jacobse is an Antiochian Orthodox Priest, who administers the website Orthodoxy Today and heads the American Orthodox Institute. Fr. Hans is convinced that Orthodox Christianity has an important part to play in American moral renewal. He views the current world as a battle between competing moral visions of the secular and the sacred, and hopes that Christianity can restore the moral tradition of the gospels. "

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