Should all religious symbols and language be barred from
public spaces? Where do you draw the line between church and state?
Tom Flynn (executive director of the Council for Secular Humanism) offers a personal argument on why secularists should dream big and strive for a tomorrow in which public spaces truly are “religion-free zones.” Agree or disagree, you won’t want to miss this engaging and provocative presentation.
Tom Flynn is executive director of the Council for Secular Humanism
and editor of its magazine, Free Inquiry, the nation’s
largest-circulation secular humanist journal. He is an outspoken
secular humanist activist. He cofounded the newsletter Secular
Humanist Bulletin and designed the museum at the birthplace of 19th
century agnostic orator Robert Green Ingersoll in Dresden, New York.
He has written or edited four published books: a 1993 polemic, The
Trouble With Christmas, two irreverent science fiction novels, and (as
editor) The New Encyclopedia of Unbelief.