Tag Archives: critical thinking

I might get interviewed next week

A student at the University of Saskatchewan sent an email to the Saskatoon Freethinkers looking for people to interview for a project he’s doing titled “The Importance of Logic and Critical Thinking and the Nature of Irrationality in Humans.” I … Continue reading

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Roadside proselytizing rarely works

There’s a church I walk by on the way to my closest library that tends to have pithy and clever write-ups on their lawn sign. I had no camera on hand yesterday but thanks to a pen, paper and the … Continue reading

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Reminder: learn how to be a pain in the ass in Saskatoon tonight

Chris DiCarlo’s in town to promote his new book: How to Become a Really Good Pain in the Ass: A Critical Thinker’s Guide to asking the Right Questions. If you are in the city and can be at Rusty MacDonald … Continue reading

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Christians deemed “heretics” after claiming no historical Adam and Eve

Well, almost. This NPR article was a good find; some evangelicals are starting to realize that the truths being uncovered by geneticists and other areas of science are making it harder and harder to maintain the fiction that the whole … Continue reading

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Chris DiCarlo is coming to Saskatoon to promote his new book!

And CFI Saskatoon (aka Saskatoon Freethinkers) is pleased to be hosting another one of his talks. Last August he was in the city as part of his “We Are All Africans” tour. Here are the details as posted on the … Continue reading

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“Exposed” is a fun read for any budding skeptic

Not to be at all confused with that trainwreck of a film, Expelled!, where Ben Stein was exposed as a creationist freak, Exposed: Ouija, firewalking and other gibberish by Henri Broch focuses on a few well known psychic/junk science examples … Continue reading

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