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Cafe Inquiry (Grand Rapids) – Secular Semantics: Nature Designed v. Evolved

February 6, 2011
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT

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Organized by:
Bob Collins
Phone: 616-638-1957
Email: cafeinquiry-grandrapids@centerforinquiry.net


Café Inquiry is a casual event starting with a short 10-15 minute introduction of the day’s topic followed by open discussion. At 11:15 we will break for coffee/brunch and a chance to socialize.

Call Dr. Collins at 616-638-1957 if you have a special interest or background to assist on this topic.

Members are welcome to propose and schedule a topic which would be of interest toward establishing a secular society based on science, reason, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values. Please contact Bob Collins if you have a topic that you would like to discuss at an upcoming Café Inquiry.

To find the group go to the meeting room located in the back left corner of the bookstore (not the café).

About Geoffrey Saint, MA

Director of Qualitative Underwater Ecological Surveying, Working on his PhD in Public Policy & Sustainable Business at Western Michigan University.

Geoffrey attended the University of Hawaii, earning a Masters degree in Marine Sciences, and served as the Director of Qualitative Underwater Ecological Surveying. He has a Masters also in Strategic Management in Sustainable Business from Aquinas College, which is very pertinent to this presentation. Those who know him as a thorough-going freethinker may be surprised to learn that he has also served as Minister of Worship at an Evangelical Lutheran Church. Adding to his litany of interests, accomplishments and involvements is his work as a Clerk at an E-bay convenience store, as he tells it, and he is justifiably proud of winning First Place in his division in Motocross. He is also a fine photographer and is responsible for most of our digital images taken at FA events and meetings (fellow Motocross enthusiast, Greg Collins took over this duty at this meeting) and he still finds a way to channel energies into working on his PhD in Public Policy & Sustainable Business at Western Michigan University.