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Love Thy Neighbor

MEETS THE 21ST CENTURY

Becoming Truly Human is a different kind of discussion group. When you visit one of our discussion groups, you should experience the following:

1. Hospitality, in the form of a good meal or refreshments.

 

2. Curiosity, when you watch the first documentary about the religiously unaffiliated in America. 

 

3. Acknowledgment, when you participate in the small group discussion where you will be heard and feel validated.

 

An atheist attended our first discussion group. After the discussion, he said to the co-host, "Thank you for this. There are not a lot of places to go and have a great discussion like this." Come and see how our discussions are transparent, safe, and thought-provoking. 

There are no expectations of the guest, only of the discussion leaders who are making sure the environment is safe, open, and loving while discussing a range of ideas. If this type of discussion sounds appealing to you, then click HERE to contact us about the closest discussion group. 

 
"Bigotry is the disease of ignorance, of morbid minds; enthusiasm of the free and buoyant. Education and free discussion are the antidotes of both."

Thomas Jefferson

Media

ARTICLES, RESOURCES, & MORE

James Blackstock, a discussion leader in Florida, shares his thoughts on a loving discussion.

We are always looking for the best discussion leaders, and this is how we do it!

The official trailer of the Becoming Truly Human documentary.

 
"Having a good discussion is like having riches"

- Kenyan Proverb -

About

"As a leader... I have always endeavored to listen to what each and every person in a discussion had to say before venturing my own opinion."

Nelson Mandela

We exist to create more opportunities for great discussions.

The time-tested technique of the group discussion helps guests to feel loved, listened to, and welcomed. They come for many reasons, but they return because they are being treated as “truly human.”

The trainer for the discussion group leaders is Deacon Andrew Short, based in Nashville, TN. Dn. Andrew travels the country training discussion group leaders in local Orthodox Christian churches who share this same passion of hosting great discussion groups. To date we have trained almost 200 people and established over 60 discussion groups across America.

 

Contact Information

BTH@ANTIOCHIAN.ORG / TEL: 615-302-0809

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