Humanists and Atheists of Las Vegas
HALV is a nonprofit educational organization whose main purpose is to promote humanism as a viable alternative to supernatural and theistic belief systems. We serve as a forum for humanists, atheists, agnostics, freethinkers and other like-minded individuals in the Las Vegas area. We promote the Jeffersonian principle of separation of religion and government, the rights of nonreligious people in our society, free inquiry and thought, a naturalistic view of the universe and a reason-based, secular ethical system. Our membership is open to all like-minded people without regard to race, age, gender, sexual orientation, physical disability, political or other affiliations.
HALV is a chapter of the American Humanist Association .
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This past weekend, hundreds — many, many more hundreds than expected — descended on The Slammer, outspoken atheist Penn Jillette's previous home, to help raise money and awareness for the project to transform it into "The Nevatican," intended to be a secular community center headed up by the d Church of Bacon.successful, it will be free to use for events run by all the various secular org…
Can one be moral and not believe in a god? Questioning the perspectives of Atheists and Theists will achieve some answers to this questions. Although most of the world’s population upholds certain beliefs and principles in worshiping a particular god, we should keep in mind that critical review of religious rationale and applications of committed dogma are a duty for humankind. In order to reach t… Read More
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Membership Meetings feature a presentation and a moderator addressing a topic of interest to humanists and atheists. These are held the third Sunday of each month at 1:30 P.M. in the Springs Preserve Partnership Room at 333 S. Valley View Blvd., between the 95 Frwy. and Alta opposite the Meadows Mall.