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CFI Spring Season Announced

The Center for Inquiry - International continues its successful speakers' series with a newly-announced spring season. Highlights include a February 7th appearance by Bangladeshi novelist Taslima Nasrin and a February 19th talk by famed UFO skeptic Philip J. Klass. Making a good Friday better, on March 28 humanist Bible scholar Terry Miosi will examine the resurrection from a secular viewpoint. All events begin at 8 P.M. at the Center for Inquiry - International, 1310 Sweet Home Road, Amherst N.Y.

Events are planned throughout the spring and early summer. If you live near Buffalo or plan to visit the area, write to PO Box 664, Amherst NY 14226 (email: tflynn@centerforinquiry.net) for more information on the spring speaker series.


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