An event I did not happen to attend: British atheist graces Toronto, charges for interviews

The author of The Six Ways of Atheism advises,

Venue: The Bond Place Hotel (Oxford Room), 65 Dundas Street East, Toronto.

Time: 10.00 am (Toronto time) Friday, 5 June, 2009

Journalists and media wishing to interview Geoffrey Berg on an individual face to face basis may request such an interview slot of 15 minutes with Geoffrey Berg in Toronto for lunchtime or afternoon on Friday, 5 June. Interviews exceeding 15 minutes, if granted, will be charged for.

The Bond Place is a nice little downtown hotel, but I am not Crimestoppers, and can’t pay anyone to tell me what they think they know.

Here are Berg’s attempted logical disproofs of the existence of God. They don’t make any sense to me, but I will leave critique to others, more knowledgeable.

Also, just up at The Mindful Hack, my blog on neuroscience and spirituality:

Neuroscience: Measuring the impact of moods on information in visual cortex – help for depression?

You are your genes? Oh, maybe not …

Woman turns brain tumour into art?

Human evolution: Pottery older than we thought?

Denyse O’Leary is co-author of The Spiritual Brain.

One thought on “An event I did not happen to attend: British atheist graces Toronto, charges for interviews

  1. “2. But it is impossible for any entity to possess some of these qualities (such as providing purpose to life since we can find no real purpose and therefore we in practice have no ultimate purpose to our lives) that are essential to God.”
    I think he’s just saying that he lives a meaningless life… which is great and all, but it seems a bit cruel to make other people pay for it, whether by book or by interview or by debasing our common logic.

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