CFI and PSF Discussion Group: 8/8/2013 at Max’s Allegheny Tavern


Where: Max’s Allegheny Tavern (537 Suismon Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212)

When: 8/8/2013

RSVP at: http://www.meetup.com/Pittsburgh-Secular-Freethinkers/events/130667252/

Hi Everyone,

This is our monthly discussion group.  This month, we’re meeting at Max’s Allegheny Tavern and helping out a game developer by trying out (and discussing) his new game!

In Who’s Your Heavenly Father, players compete to figure out who is the One True God, and to become virtuous in that god’s eyes. Of the 10 possible gods, some want you to be benevolent and just, while others want you to be selfish and xenophobic. You’ll gain or lose virtues by confronting a variety of moral dilemmas — would you cheat at a beauty contest? Would you help a stranded motorist, even if they’re a Browns fan? Would you reveal your conflict of interest to the editors of Pheasant Phanciers magazine? When Judgment Day comes, the One True God will be revealed, to reward the player who is most virtuous.

See you there!

To join, donate, or learn more about the Center for Inquiry, visit CFI-Pittsburgh online. To learn about all the secular groups in Pittsburgh, visit the Pittsburgh Coalition of Reason website…and you can follow Pittsburgh Secular Freethinkers and CFI on Facebook!

*CFI-Pittsburgh strives to be an ADA compliant organization.  Please email pgh@centerforinquiry.net to request accomodations.

 

Thursday, August 8 at 7:00 PM

Details: http://www.meetup.com/Pittsburgh-Secular-Freethinkers/events/130667252/

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