Greg Laden's talk on global warming nicely tied in themes of biblical disaster to the coming catastrophic changes our global home is going to visit on us even to the seventh generation. Well, not so nice, in review of the ways that the earth's ecosystem will respond to the “sin” of overusage of carbon consumption by our industrialized economy.
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On Friday, July 11 the city of Saint Paul will be unofficially renamed “Mister Paul” while it hosts an atheist-themed minor league baseball game and you can toss out the first ceremonial pitch at Midway Stadium!
Read more: Win the opportunity to throw the first pitch at an Atheist ballgame!
We will be celebrating our ninth annual Day of Reason celebration at the State Capitol Rotunda on May 1st. Our program will start at noon and will last about an hour. We welcome you to join us!
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By August Berkshire
On March 12, 2014, atheists and humanists in Minnesota made history when Minnesota State Representative Phyllis Kahn introduced what is believed to be the first legislative bill to ever mention us. House File 2966 (HF 2966) is titled “Marriage solemnization by atheist and humanist celebrants authorized.” It allows for our celebrants to legally perform civil marriages.
Read more: Atheist Wedding Celebrant Bill
Minnesota Atheists welcomes anthropologist and science blogger Greg Laden to talk to us about the intersection of religious communities and climate change denialism at our April 27 meeting in Maplewood. A frequent guest on our radio show, this month, he'll join us in person.
Read more: April Meeting: Religion and Climate Change