April 24, 2014

OCF to Present Interfaith Debate at University of Maryland

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Ladies and gentlemen, brothers and sisters, light your candles! Source: Antiochian.org The Orthodox Christian Fellowship of UMBC, in collaboration with the Secular Student Association of UMBC, is excited to present to the campus community and the general public a debate entitled, “The Source of Human Morality: Interfaith Debate.” How do we define morality? Do people need God to be moral? If not, where do our morals come from? Are good works behavioral, biological, or biblical? What does it mean to be human? The Secular Student Alliance at UMBC and the Orthodox Christian Fellowship at UMBC have come together to present a debate on the topic of human morality-- what is it, how do we know we have it, and where does it come from? Two presenters, with wildly different backgrounds and philosophies will face off on this topic, in the common interest of pursuing truth. Our Speakers: Matt Dillahunty is the president of the Atheist Community of Austin, and host of the popular public … [Read more...]