We are pleased to share this video from our recent presentation to the Fellowship of Freethought in Dallas, Texas. Special thanks to our good friend Zachary Moore for filming, editing, and uploading this presentation! Thank you for watching, and we invite any and all feedback! Cheers!
Rex here… Owen and I are excited about our presentation next Monday in Jacksonville, Florida!
The FCFS team has placed a radio ad on their local NPR station:
…as well as a great advertisement in the local newspaper:
We hope to see you all there!
Buckman Bridge Unitarian Church
8447 Manresa Ave.
Jacksonville, FL 32244
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:00)
Sunday, June 10 & Sunday June 17, 2018 Rex & Owen present to First United Methodist Church
Topic: The Historical Jesus and The Historical Paul: What Can We Know and What Would They Agree About? PART ONE
Class: Disciples [Lower Level, Room G14]
First United Methodist Church
1928 Ross Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75201
About the class:
An intergenerational discussion/dialogue group, interested in contemporary political, social and economic issues from a Christian perspective. All persons who like this format are welcome regardless of age or marital status. Lower Level, Room G14
Owen and I have given this “Did you hear…” talk several times now, but we had never gotten a good video until now. This was made at the “Humanists of Fort Worth” meeting two weeks ago. The audience was amazing and they gave us a lot of time to tell our story. Special thanks once again to our good friend Zachary Moore for his amazing video skills. He can make even us look good! Click on the image above and enjoy! And, as always, we welcome any feedback! Cheers!
Rex here… Last night I was a guest again on the JRR talking podcast. It was a three way conversation with Christian evangelist Daniel King on the line. Daniel and I both attended the American Atheists national convention in Oklahoma City this past weekend, and share our thoughts from very different perspectives.
The initial catalyst for the conversation was Daniel’s written report of the event from his perspective available on his website:
As always, I welcome any feedback… Enjoy!