The God Virus

Dr. Darrell Ray will discuss what makes religion so powerful, how it's connected to our political system, religion and sexual guilt, and religious irrationalities.

When: Saturday, March 20, 2010, 2:30 p.m.

Where: Vista del Monte, 3775 Modoc Rd., Santa Barbara

Cost: $2 - $5

Age limit: 10+

Categories: Lectures


"The God Virus", with Dr. Darrell Ray.
• What makes religion so powerful?
• How does it weave its way into our political system?
• Why is sexual guilt so important to all the major religions?
• Why do people believe and follow obvious religious charlatans?
• Why are people blind to irrationalities of their religion yet clearly see those of others?

On Saturday, March 20th: 2:30pm doors open, 3pm meeting starts in the Patio Room at Vista del Monte, 3775 Modoc Road (Las Positas exit off 101, midway between UCSB & SBCC) in Santa Barbara.

Presented by the Humanist Society of Santa Barbara -- everyone is welcome, $2 student or $5 general donations would be appreciated. Information phone 805-259-6432 or web page.

Phone: 805-259-6432

Event posted March 4, 2010
Last updated March 14, 2010


Independent Discussion Guidelines

Join us for dinner after our "God Virus" discussion, 5pm at the Sizzler restaurant in Goleta. There's no cover charge and Humanist Society membership isn't necessary -- pay only for your own food+drink. Please e-mail or telephone 805-963-2128 for reservations (required).

green_helmet (anonymous profile)
March 14, 2010 at 7 p.m. (Suggest removal)

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