South Suburban Freethought Community


South Suburban Freethought Community

The South Suburban Freethought Community is the answer to the needs of freethinkers. A group of friendly people who see the world from a skeptical and questioning perspective. We provide an opportunity to socialize in an atmosphere that promotes critical thinking.

Website: Facebook Group
Location: Richton Park, IL
Members: 37
Latest Activity: Jan 6, 2015


The mission of The Atheist Community of South Chicago Suburbs (ACSCS) is to develop and support the secular community, to provide atmosphere that promotes friendship, critical thought and information literacy. The ACSCS provides a place to hang out and meet new people and participate in Atheist Stuff. We provide a tolerant environment that facilitates critical discourse, freedom of dissent and critical problem solving where individuals are encouraged to be who they are. The ACSCS is committed to furthering the development of atheist stuff by holding a meetups at locations specified on the calender.

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Project SSA Podcast

Started by William. Last reply by Christian J Brooks Jun 6, 2010. 1 Reply

I've been wanting to put together a podcast for a while. Mr. Jason reestablished my interest in it.I was wondering:Is anyone else interested?Is anyone tech savvy enough to put it together?I'm willing to be a host but I need someone to play off of.…Continue

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Comment by William on June 4, 2010 at 2:54pm
I just set up an event thingy on Facebook! Seems like a better way to keep track of who is planning on attending and who isn't.
Comment by William on June 4, 2010 at 11:27am
So I'm in my first college science class that hasn't bored the hell out of me! Astronomy. So apparently ramadon and passover is a way to add days into their calenders to make them in sync. Kinda like leap year but less fun.
Comment by William on May 28, 2010 at 9:30am
Let me put it this way a show where most of the characters were named and modeled off of philosophers, which involved polar bears, time travel, secret islands, alllllll ended in a church with a bright light coming from a door.
Comment by William on May 24, 2010 at 6:59pm
Anybody else catch the end of lost? Soo lame.
Comment by William on May 22, 2010 at 3:36am
I'm about half way though it. Its a dry read. but it covers all the bases
Comment by William on May 21, 2010 at 1:05pm
Heres the thing. I just finished a class on logic last week. Most of what its taught in a logic class is formal logic which is predominately Aristotelian logic and symbolic logic. Which isn't particularly useful outside of writing a long textual argument or countering on. We spent one week on informal logic dealing with fallacies which is a significant chunk of informal logic. I personally wouldn't recommend taking a class unless it was a required. I took it cause i was interested and it was required. The book I recommended covers the most useful aspects of logic that you could use in a verbal debates.
Comment by William on May 20, 2010 at 2:34pm
Just started Informal logic a hand book on critical argumentation.
I Recommend! It simple and well written. A good starting point.
Comment by William on May 19, 2010 at 8:49pm
Hot shit finals are over!
Comment by William on May 19, 2010 at 8:49pm
Oh, I'm getting close to finishing After God, by Mark C Taylor. Hes a professor of religion at Columbia in Chicago. Its essential A/theology, a word i think he coined. Which is an attempt to dissect or understand religion by any means necessary; theology, psychology, philosophy, biology ect. I feel its on of the most important atheist books i've ran across. I'm hesitant of recommending it though because if you don't have a pretty good understanding of various philosophers and their ideas the book seems like it would be almost impossible to understand.
Comment by William on May 19, 2010 at 8:45pm
Is that the sandwhich group?

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