Concordia students and members of the Secular Student Community spoke at a panel discussion called "Ask an Atheist" Oct. 27. The panel discussion aimed to encourage discussion about what atheism is and how a disbelief in God affects atheists. Photo by Morgan Scheif.

Secular Club facilitates ‘Ask an Atheist’ panel

The “Ask an Atheist” panel gave area residents a chance to discuss the reasoning behind choosing to follow no religion. Concordia’s Secular Club held the panel on campus last Sunday […]

 

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