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Mythicist Milwaukee's Buzzed Belief debate series was featured in Milwaukee's Shepherd Express on March 16, 2016.
Nearly sold out as of the article's publishing, the Carrier-Bass debate on "Are there reliable sources for the miraculous resurrection of Jesus Christ" will take place Saturday, March 19 at Shank Hall at 7 pm.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation shared the the news that their co-president, Dan Barker, will be speaking at the upcoming Mythinformation Conference in Milwaukee, WIS. on October 21, 2016. Barker will be speaking about his new book, GOD: The Most Unpleasant Character in All Fiction. Read the full event listing from FFRF on their page here.
Mythicist Milwaukee's September 27th conference, the Mythinformation Conference II, was featured in the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason & Science website on Sept. 15, 2015.
Mythicist Milwaukee is bringing big names to the city for our upcoming Mythinformation Conference on September 27. Our fall conference’s keynote speaker is Wu-Tang Clan member MC/rapper Killah Priest (Walter Reed) – speaking about religion’s influence on hip hop. An additional three speakers from the secular community – Mandisa Thomas, David Fitzgerald and Arthur George – will present for this full-day conference aimed at the secular, atheist and agnostic community.
The August edition of Milwaukee Magazine included a risky perspective article by now-openly atheist Mario Quadracci titled, "Faith No More: A skeptic rejects what cannot be proved." Mythicist Milwaukee co-founder Sean Fracek was quoted in the article talking about Milwaukee's atheist community and the upcoming Mythinformation Conference II. The magazine took a risk publishing an openly secular article like this, and we are grateful to see it covered in a mainstream publication. Please show your support by commenting on or sharing the original article. We hope to see more like it in the future!