Lesley Hazleton: The Scientific, Social Case For Agnosticism

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Lesley Hazleton: The Scientific, Social Case For Agnosticism
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Town Hall Seattle says
Seattle has the highest percentage of atheists of any large American city and an above-average population of agnostics. With an increasingly non-Christian, non-religious nation, what’s the “most honest” way to examine life’s mysteries and approach spirituality? According to Seattle-based author Lesley Hazleton (The First Muslim) it’s agnosticism. In Agnostic, she lays out the foundations of this open-minded way of answering the question of God. Hazleton (who gave a memorable presentation as Town Hall’s inaugural Scholar in Residence) will return with her trademark insight into what it means to be agnostic, the meaning of life, and the search for spirituality’s most nagging questions. She’ll break down the stereotypes, offering scientific and social support for why being agnostic might be the answer for those still searching.
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By: Town Hall Seattle

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