CFI Regina: Film “The God Who Wasn’t There”

CFI Regina is offering a free screening of the Film, “The God Who Wasn’t There“, Thursday Feb. 17 at 7:00.

Documentary night: “The God Who Wasn’t There”


Thursday, February 17 · 7:00pm – 10:00pm


Unitarian Centre

College Ave & Angus St.
Regina, SK

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Join us for a free screening of Brian Flemming’s 2005 documentary, “The God Who Wasn’t There,” to be followed by open discussion.




One Response to “CFI Regina: Film “The God Who Wasn’t There””

  1. There is a difference between a healthy skepticism which I believe most humans possess, and absolute skepticism which is beyond lies outside of reason and common sense. Most people who possess a healthy skepticism do not necessarily call themselves skeptics. Most people who possess absolute skepticism do. By definition, one calling oneself a ‘skeptic’ and proudly joining a memeber of a ‘skeptics club’ surreneders rationality and common sense and therefore has to be unreasonable. The culture of members ensures conformity to maintain disbelief at all costs. It is the power source that motivates. It is inherently biased and unobjective. Free-thinking is only allowed if the ‘rules’ are followed. Therefore, true free-thinking is not allowed and opposing point of view that threaten the power base has to be eliminated.

    This is why I am unwilling to believe what a skeptic says. I am extremely skeptical that their thoughts and opinions are the reult of free and reasoned thought. It is up to the skpetic to prove their claim – that they are free thinkers and voices of reason. In this regard I am extremely skeptical.

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