I will be debating on science, religion and state in Cork on Monday and Dublin on Wednesday

by Michael Nugent on February 17, 2013

I will be taking part in two debates this week, on Science and Religion in University College Cork on Monday evening, and on Religion and State in Trinity College Dublin on Wednesday afternoon.

Monday 18 February, 7.30 pm

Debate on the motion “Science and Religion: we can believe in both”
Room G19, Kane Building, University College Cork
Hosted by the Philosophical Society

  • Michael Nugent, Chairperson of Atheist Ireland
  • Dr Frank Peters, Physics Department University College Cork

Wednesday 20 February, 3.30 pm

Panel Debate on Religion and State
Graduate Memorial Building, Trinity College Dublin
Hosted by the Theological Society and TCD Equality Fund
As part of Forum on All Faiths and None
Chaired by Dr Jude Lal Fernando, Irish School of Ecumenics

  • Michael Nugent, Chairperson of Atheist Ireland
  • Dr Kevin Williams, scholar of secularism
  • Ivana Bacik, Senator
  • John Waters, Irish Times Columnist
  • Mufassil Islam, PhD candidate
  • Julian Hamilton, Trinity’s Methodist Chaplain
  • Denis Robinson, family affected by cults
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