The Naked Theologian is ordinarily clothed. Online, I’m known as TNT. In the nondigital world, I’m known as Myriam Renaud. I’m an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister currently working on a doctorate in Constructive Theology. I try to post regularly, but I sometimes have to put the blogging aside to focus on my ten million other commitments.
Some of my recent activities: I have written columns for the UU World magazine, been featured on Chicago’s Progressive radio station WCPT, co-taught a class in “Liberal Theology” as adjunct faculty at Meadville Lombard Theological School, and taught the online class, “Theology for Unitarian Universalists,” through the UU Church of the Larger Fellowship. I also serve on the Advisory Board of the Unitarian Universalist Ministry at the Great Lakes Naval Recruit Training Center.
My areas of scholarly interest: philosophical theology, religious ethics, history of Christian thought, history of Jewish thought, the history of Islamic thought.
Although I rarely reply to comments, I appreciate your reactions. I’ve sometimes changed my mind because of them. I also monitor other blogs that respond to my own postings. Again, such blogs have, at times, caused me to rethink my point of view.
So thanks for joining me in theological conversation!