Join us on June 12 at 7 PM for the UU Humanist Forum

humanist logoThis month’s presentation, featuring a video followed by discussion facilitated by Dylon Martin, will be on the 1989 Isaac Asmiov essay “The Relativity of Wrong“. As the third Humanist Manifesto notes, “Humanists find that science is the best method for determining this knowledge [of the world]”. But science changes. How can we trust it to come to truth? Asimov observes science changes over the centuries in a self-correcting way, approaching greater accuracy.

If you have not attended past UU Humanist Forums, please register here. Materials will be emailed ahead of time in preparation for the forum.

These forums provide humanist perspectives on various thought-provoking topics which foster open-minded discussions and intellectual exploration, encouraging critical thinking and reflection. Refreshments will be provided. We hope to see you there!

Questions? Contact Kris Breckman or Wadood Ibrahim