THE END OF ALL THINGS
An Atheist's Vision of the Afterlife
A talk in the cemetery with A.C. Grayling
Sunday 25th October at 3:30 pm
A C GRAYLING, the UK’s foremost speaker and thinker on atheism, joins us to discuss these and other issues concerning spirituality and the afterlife in a secular world.
Tickets £12 including a Hendrick's Gin Cocktail.
Is death the end? If you don’t believe in a God, can you still believe in life after death? Is there an atheist vision of the afterlife? If there are no consequences to our actions beyond the grave, why should we behave well rather than entirely selfishly in this life? Is there any ‘spiritual’ comfort to be had in atheism? What do atheists really think about believers and about the treasures - and terrors - bequeathed to humanity by the great religions? In fact, what do atheists believe about anything?
A C GRAYLING, the UK’s foremost speaker and thinker on atheism, joins us to discuss these and other issues concerning spirituality and the afterlife in a secular world. ABOUT THE SPEAKER A.C. Grayling A C Grayling MA, DPhil (Oxon) FRSL, FRSA is Master of the New College of the Humanities, and a Supernumerary Fellow of St Anne's College, Oxford. He has written and edited over thirty books on philosophy and other subjects and written columns for the Guardian and the Times. He is a frequent broadcaster on TV and radio. His latest book, "The Challenge of Things" was published in March 2015.