28: Ethical Society at Conway Hall on Theobalds Road

Conway HallConway Hall is home to the South Place Ethical Society, the world's only surviving 'free thought' organisation. In its beginning this was a small group of dissenters that felt the need to question some aspects of religious teaching, particularly the doctrine of an eternal hell. 200 years of scientific reasoning later, the Society's position today advocates 'secular humanism' and Conway Hall continues to be a place of progressive thinking. The hall is named after Moncure Conway, an American anti-slavery campaigner and staunch believer in free speech.


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