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Oak Ridge Forum on Religion and Science
The next meeting of the Oak Ridge Forum on Religion and Science is scheduled for Thursday, September 30th, 2004, in the A&B room of the Oak Ridge Civic Center.

A social session is planned for 11:00 am, followed by a buffet lunch at 11:30 am catered by the Soup Kitchen, and then by the following event.

Rev. Howard Box will discuss "Science & Religion MUST Interact!"
The issues of science vs religion have impressed him even while he was
drawn toward the ministry - and studying at Drew and Yale Divinity
School. He has served in Unitarian Universalist pulpits, including
Ottawa, Canada, but also has humanist professional status. He was leader
of the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture for 15 years before coming
to the UU Church of Oak Ridge in 1976. Like his wife, Jean, he has
great interest in music, especially via "hi-fi". In retirement he has
earned amateur radio license KF4ATA.

Spouses and friends are cordially invited. We will appreciate your sending the names and e-addresses of those of your acquaintance who might be interested so that we may send invitations to them.

The cost of lunch and incidentals for this event is $7.00 per person. We ask that you notify us by e-mail to rritchie16@comcast.net by Wednesday, September 29th, with the number in your party that expect to attend . Alternatively a phone call to 483-8998 with this information will be appreciated. Since the A& B room will serve only 60 people in a buffet lunch we encourage your early reservation.

Perhaps you have noted a new addition to the FRS website at www.oakridgefrs.net “Quotes” and a recent addition on “Recommended Readings.” Please jot down some of your favorites quotes and some books or articles that have turned you on. If you would like, please send “submitted by---------“ and send these to Josh at roswell321@hotmail.com.

G. S. Hurst
R. H. Ritchie

Posted by pking
Sept. 23, 2004