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How Humanists Find Purpose and Meaning in Life

Religious believers often claim that without faith in a god, life is empty, meaningless, and devoid of purpose. Rod Martin will make the case that letting go of belief in god and the afterlife actually makes life all the more precious, and enables one to have a life of integrity, fulfillment, purpose, and joy. 

Rod is the president of HALA and a retired professor of clinical psychology at Western University. The presentation will involve opportunities for audience discussion and sharing.

Earlier Event: October 12
How I Became a Humanist
Later Event: January 11
Sources of Ethics and Morality