“Light My Fire”

by | June 6, 2015

Ever since I received the June 5 reminder about the “the opportunity to hear Jerry Coyne discuss his new book Faith vs. FACT: Why Science and Religion are Incompatible,” the song “Light My Fire” has been running through my head:


The organizers of the Jerry Coyne Event are appealing to Canada’s baby boomers when they say

The time to hesitate is through. No time to wallow in the mire. Buy now and you can’t lose, we’re trying to set Wednesday night on fire.

Coyne is already in Canada; he is in Vancouver where he had dinner with another baby boomer, scientist Larry Moran.

Next on Coyne’s itinerary is Toronto!

On Wednesday, June 10th, at 7:30, Jerry Coyne will be in the OISE Auditorium, discussing faith versus fact and signing his book: Faith vs. Fact.

Where is OISE? It’s at 252 Bloor St West, and since CFI Canada has prompted some of us to take a trip down memory lane, it is near 341 Bloor Street W., the former Rochdale College, which existed before that portion of Bloor Street became the Mink Mile.

As Timothy Leary advised, “turn on, tune in, and [buy a ticket to the Jerry Coyne Event].”

Thank you to Steve Oberski, who inspired me to write this post.

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