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Freethought History - Conversation with annalise fonza

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Please join us Sunday, Septrmber 2, 2012, as we speak with annalise fonza to discuss her transition into freethought.

 

The call-in number is 310-982-4273. You can also Skype into the show. 10AM PST/Noon CST/1PM EST.

 

annalise fonza, Ph.D., is a former United Methodist Church clergywoman. As a pastor under Episcopal appointment, she formerly served six congregations in three different states. In 2003, upon realizing that her religious/theological beliefs had changed, she officially returned her credential to the Illinois Great Rivers Annual Conference and walked away from a professional career in local church ministry.

 

Though difficult at times, she has never once looked back and lives a life happily without a belief in God or any supernatural beings. In her personal and professional life, annalise is also a womanist. Her research and writing interests are in U.S. planning history and theory; community and economic development, particularly as it concerns non-white communities; and black women's activism. In addition,

 

Dr. fonza is an alumnus member of The Clergy Project, and she is active with Black Nonbelievers.

 

Follow her on Twitter @breatheandpush.

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