Are you interested in discussing your beliefs and your doubts about religion and related topics?
We meet every Tuesday at 6:30-8:00pm CST.
Aim at Truth, Humbly, Among Friends
There are always multiple different religious beliefs represented. We share with and challenge each other respectfully. It is truly a wonderful experience to participate in a group aimed at truth and conducted with graciousness towards each other. I can personally say I have gained friends through this group (and ones that strongly disagree with me on important matters no less!).
Snacks and Scholars
Sometimes there’s hot beverages and snacks!
Sometimes there are presentations from published scholars! Pictured below is a UNO Professor of Religious Studies, Dr. John Lyden, who visited to defend his position that Star Wars is a religion.
Most of the time we have folks from all over the world tune in live via Zoom! The diversity of people increases the diversity of perspectives.
We would love to have you!
Being a part of a group like this is truly a joy and represents a hope that, despite the world seeming to become a more and more uncomfortable with disagreement, there is still value in respectful dialogue aimed at airing disagreements in order to reach truth.
We believe friends can genuinely and strongly disagree on important topics. Here’s the photo evidence.
If you want to wrestle with whether certain beliefs are true or just nonsense, there’s no better place than here!
If you’re able to, we’d love to have you join in-person! Our meetings are held here*:
University of Nebraska Omaha
Community Engagement Center (CEC)
(6400 University Dr S, Omaha, NE 68182)
Park in the lot just north of the clocktower, the CEC is just south of the clocktower.
*I will make an effort to update this webpage whenever there are changes to meeting locations or times, but the best thing to do if you’re interested in meeting in person would be to send me your email address using the contact link below to be added to the contact list in order to get group updates.
If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to contact me!
|July 26th||Buddhism and Christianity: Comparing Solutions to the Human Condition||Dustin Pennington and Micah Dunwoody|
|July 19th||Progressive Christianity: Perspective from Local United Methodist Church||Associate Pastor Maddi Baugous|
|July 12th||God, Free Will, Evil, and Abortion: A Smattering of Questions for an Absent Friend||Kyle Finley|
|July 5th||[Open Discussion] Ended up talking about cultural appropriation and transgenderism||none|
|June 28th||Hermeneutics: Interpreting and applying a text, especially sacred texts. [Part 2]||Jim Shaul|
|June 21st||Hermeneutics: Interpreting and applying a text, especially sacred texts. [Part 1]||Jim Shaul|
|June 14th||A presentation of his personal worldview (atheist)– Part 2.||Willian Donlan|
|June 7th||A presentation of his personal worldview (atheist).||William Donlan|
|May 31st||Varying Models of Democracy||Drew Giambattista|
|May 24th||The Problem of Noise: How can a belief in God be justified when the possible true and false indicators are so numerous?||Jeremy James|
|May 17th||Freedom of Speech [Pt. 2]: Disturbing Trends in U.S.||Jim Shaul|
|May 10th||Freedom of Speech: What is it and what good is it?||Dustin Pennington|
|May 3rd||Philosophy of U.S. Politics + Voting||Dustin Pennington|
|April 26th||Evidence: Definition, Types, and Limitations||Jim Shaul|
|April 19th||UFOs & the Bible||Robin Wade|
|April 12th||Religion & Violence: Examples of Sanctioned Violence||Micah Dunwoody|