Freethink Better

David Broman

To be good Freethinkers, we need to recognize the things that interfere with clear thinking, and employ strategies for becoming better thinkers.

David has spent a lot of time trying to figure out why people believe what they believe. He was once a conservative Christian, but is now an atheist who has mixed political positions. He has worked with a variety of cultures and belief systems, having been a teacher in a Christian school, a Native American school, in Japan, in a treatment center, in both rural and urban areas, accumulating friends and family from every ideology and belief system.

We will meet at 9:30 am in Somers Lounge within the campus of the College of St. Scholastica. It is the small building that you’ll encounter first as you come through the main entrance at the corner of Kenwood Avenue and W College Street. The festivities begin at 10:00 am as always with a few announcements, a Five Minute Reflection from a member, and then the main presentation. Unfortunately there will be no breakfast buffet this month.

1200 Kenwood Avenue | Duluth MN 55811-4199 | (218) 723-6000

Published by Jim Lyttle

Heather's dad: keeping busy with non-profit administration.

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