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TAMU- Ask an Atheist Day

Posted April 12, 2018


The label "Atheist" can often be a poorly defined, misinformed descriptor of someone's religious beliefs. With the number of self-identified atheists, agnostics, and otherwise non-religious people in America on the rise, it is important to know what someone really means when they call themselves an atheist.

So, what is an atheist?

Stop by our table this Friday to speak with self-identified atheists about their own personal beliefs and find out what atheism really means in 21st century America.

When: Friday, April 13th from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Where: 12th Man Hall (MSC)

We hope to see you there!


About us:

Howdy! We are the TAMU Secular Student Alliance. Our mission is to organize, educate, and serve the students of TAMU by fostering an open forum of discussion between people of all beliefs and by promoting the ideas of scientific inquiry, critical thinking, and human based ethics.


Interested in joining?

Join our FB group here

We meet every Thursday from 5:30-6:30 pm in Rudder 504. Each meeting is focused on a different topic related to religion, culture, science, or philosophy.

All Beliefs Welcome!


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