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Dispelling the Myths: 'Heretics,' Pagans, Atheists, and Polytheists

This event last occurred Sept. 18, 2019

Often Americans' acceptance of world religions is largely contingent upon theological proximity to Christianity. Hence, atheists, pagans and polytheists face a slew of stereotypes and discrimination for their beliefs. This program is an opportunity to dispel common myths about these worldviews while highlighting the humanistic emphasis on these seven principles of Humanity 101: empathy, compassion, kindness, forgiveness, integrity, respect and self-reflection.

Dispelling the Myths: "Heretics," Pagans, Atheists, and Polytheists Event

Humanist Society of Greater Phoenix

627 W Rio Salado Pkwy Mesa, AZ 85201

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