Introduction to Humanism: course in Telford this autumn

Following the success of the course we held in 2016, we are repeating it in Telford this year. The course consists of 6 sessions, each lasting 2 hours (7 – 9 pm) on a Wednesday at weekly intervals from the end of September to the beginning of November 2017. The venue will be The Meeting Point House at Telford Shopping Centre, Southwater Square, Telford TF3 4HS.

This course is intended for anybody who is interested in humanism and wishes to find out more about its principles and the activities of humanists. No previous knowledge of humanism or philosophy is required. There will be a fee of £20 for the course to cover expenses.

The course will be limited to 20 participants. You do not need to be a member of the British Humanist Association, but we would prefer (but don’t insist) that you are a member of the Shropshire Humanist Group.

A course folder, which is distributed at the beginning of the course, includes all the material needed for the discussions on which the course is based. Participants are encouraged to read the material in advance, so that they can bring contributions and questions to each session.

Sept 27th, What do humanists believe?
Oct 4th, What are the historical roots of humanism?
Oct 11th, Where do humanists get their moral values?
Oct 18th, How do humanist handle moral dilemmas?
Oct 25th, What is the meaning and purpose of life for humanists?
Nov 1st, What do humanists do? Review of the course.
Date to be arranged: Meal for all participants

If you would like to come to the course and/or join the SHG, please contact us through the contact page.

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Introduction to Humanism: course in Shrewsbury Sept and Oct 2016

There will be an introductory course on Humanism in Shrewsbury this autumn. The course consists of 6 sessions, each lasting 2 hours (7 – 9 pm) on a Wednesday at weekly intervals in September and October 2016. The venue will probably be the University Centre in Frankwell Quay, Shrewsbury (to be confirmed).

This course is intended for anybody who is interested in humanism and wishes to find out more about its principles and the activities of humanists. No previous knowledge of humanism or philosophy is required.

The course will be limited to 20 participants. You do not need to be a member of the British Humanist Association, but we would prefer (but don’t insist) that you are a member of the Shropshire Humanist Group.

A course folder, which is distributed at the beginning of the course, includes all the material needed for the discussions on which the course is based. Participants are encouraged to read the material in advance, so that they can bring contributions and questions to each session.

What do humanists believe? Sept 14
What are the historical roots of humanism? Sept 21
Where do humanists get their moral values? Sept 28
How do humanist handle moral dilemmas? Oct 5
What is the meaning and purpose of life for humanists? Oct 12
What do humanists do? Review of course. Oct 19
Meal for all participants

There will be a fee of £20 for the course to cover expenses. We plan to have a meal together after the last session. Any fee surplus will subsidise this.

If you would like to come to the course and/or join the SHG, please contact the Secretary through this site.

Course on Humanism planned for the autumn

Shropshire Humanist Group is planning a course on Humanism that will likely take place on six Wednesday evenings in September and October in Shrewsbury. It will be given by two of our members.

More details will be published nearer the time.

Free eBook on Humanism, for the price of a share on Twitter or Facebook

Get a free copy of “Humanism: A Short Course” from the British Humanist Association by paying with a Tweet or a Facebook share.

To download the PDF just visit this page and follow the instructions.

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