Jul 8, 2013

'Let's be sure the nonreligious are a part of this conversation'

Chris Stedman was unlike any of the other Week Two speakers, which all focused on the theme of religion and spirituality in the next generation. For one thing, he is part of the next generation, at 26 years young. And his lecture was not really about religion or spirituality; Stedman is an atheist — and an interfaith activist, to boot.

A new article in The Chautauquan Daily provides an in-depth recap of my recent speech on the religiously unaffiliated, atheist community, interfaith work, and Faitheist for the Chautauqua Institution's interfaith lecture series. Click here to read it in full.

Additionally, The Chautauquan Daily ran a preview article the day of the speech, including an interview. Click here to read it.