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Lincoln Cannon Doing Reddit Ama In /r/latterdaysaints On 3/20

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Lincoln Cannon is the Director/President of the Mormon Transhumanist Association.

A quick bio:

Lincoln Cannon is a technologist and philosopher. He has over seventeen years of professional experience in information technology, including leadership roles in software engineering and marketing technology. Lincoln is a leading advocate of technological evolution and postsecular religion, and holds degrees in business administration and philosophy. He is an active member in the LDS church.


He has written extensively on the topic of transhumanism, religion, and Mormonism. He has also done several interviews on the topic with organizations like the Mormon Expositor Podcast, Mormon Matters Podcast, and H+ Magazine (among others).

He will be in /r/latterdaysaints on Thursday 20 March, 2014 (from 10am to noon and from 2pm to 4pm Mountain Time) to answer any questions on the topic of transhumanism and related ethics, philosophy, technologies, theories, and theology. All are welcome!

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This is now live. Go here to ask Lincoln Cannon any question you have on Mormonism and Transhumanism and whether the two are a good match or not.




It's on reddit, so you'll have to have an account (free) and perhaps subscribe to /r/latterdaysaints (just click the subscribe button) in order to participate.


Hope to see you there! It should be an interesting discussion.

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