We are a group committed to promoting a positive identity for nonbelievers, focused on reason, empathy, and leading an ethical life. We organize different kinds of events in and around San Francisco, and we hope to see you at one of them.
- Losing Faith in FaithHumanism is a philosophy which is based on a naturalistic understanding of reality. Many Humanists were raised in religious homes and may have been religious themselves but found naturalism to be more sensible and life affirming. Each of us who made this journey have a story to tell about how we came to be nontheists. Dan Barker will tell us about his journey in this presentation based in his book, Godless.Dan became a teenage evangelist at age 15. He received a degree in Religion and was ordained to the ministry. He served as associate pastor in three California churches and… Read more »
- Life's Edge: The Search for What It Means To Be Alive, by Carl ZimmerJoin us on video chat as we discuss this month's book. Newcomers are always welcome, as are new book suggestions. A Zoom link will be visible to those who RSVP on the day of the event. IMPORTANT: Please make sure to add any +1s, and to change your RSVP early if you can't make it. We will select the next book from those present at this meeting through a voting process. If you'd like to add a book to the running, be ready to make a short pitch for it and bring a copy if you can. We will want… Read more »
See all our upcoming events and a listing of prior events at meetup.com/sfhumanists
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