DJ Grothe, Center for Inquiry
October 16, 2005
Topic: Arguing for America: Secularism and the Culture Wars
About the speaker
DJ Grothe is the director of the Center for Inquiry On Campus (http://www.centerforinquiry.net) and has lectured and written widely on freethought issues. He is currently finishing a book on the need for public argument in a secular democracy. Mr. Grothe has lectured widely on secular ethics, religious-political extremism, church-state separation, the role of religion in education, science advocacy and skepticism and the paranormal. Before completing graduate studies in philosophy and intellectual history at Washington University, DJ worked as a corporate magical entertainer.