Saturday, November 30, 2013
December 2013 Calendar Sun., Dec. 1, 11:00 am Humanist Sunday at Church of the Restoration (COTR), 1314 N. Greenwood. Speaker: Dan Nerren; Potluck meal to follow service Sun., Dec. 15, 12:30 pm Progressive Book Group; COTR; read Zinn’s People’s History, chapter 13: “The Socialist Challenge” Sat., Dec. 21, 2:00 pm Humanist chapter meeting, Schusterman-Benson Library, 3333 E. 32nd St. Sat., Dec. 28, 11:30 am Food and Fellowship at La Hacienda, on Peoria near 45th
Wednesday, September 04, 2013
Sun., Sept. 1, 11:00 am
Humanist Sunday at Church of the Restoration (COTR), 1314 N. Greenwood; Speaker: Dan Nerren on “Black Life After the Civil War”
Sat., Sept. 7, 7:00 pm
Movie Night at the Bradleys
Sun., Sept 8, 12:45 pm
Restoration Drum Group, COTR
Sun., Sept. 15, 12:45 pm
Progressive Book Group, COTR; We will view the second half of You Can’t Be Neutral on a Moving Train
Sat., Sept. 21, 2:00 pm
HAT chapter meeting
Sat., Sept., 28, 11:30 am
Food and Fellowship at La Hacienda, on Peoria near 45th
Saturday, January 19, 2013
We began with a discussion of book publishing. New member Patricia Highby inquired of the group regarding a book she has written titled God is Not Green: The Scary Story of Christian Systematic Theology. She is looking for a publisher. Several people recommended that she self-publish the book. The book is available on the Internet. Search for “god is not green highby.”
Marilyn expressed her desire that we work with other groups with similar goals to ours. She also suggested that we tell the group about other activities we are involved in advance the progressive agenda.
Bill recommended that we watch Rachel Maddow on MS-NBC. Pat Highby spoke about the difference between theology and Bible study.
Larry Roth told us about the upcoming visit from Dr. Stan Rice of Southeast Oklahoma State University. Dr. Rice will speak at our February meeting. He will be dressed as Charles Darwin and deliver an address titled “Confessions of an Oklahoma Evolutionist: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.”
Our chapter has received an invitation to provide an opening invocation for the Tulsa City Council meeting sometime in 2013. I gave the invocation last August and am willing to do so again; however, it think it would be nice to show that women are a part of our chapter. I am hoping that a female will volunteer to deliver the invocation.