Church of the Larger Fellowship, Henry Nelson Wieman, James Luther Adams, Jerome Stone, theological grace, UU World
Summer’s nearly over and the routines of autumn are once again settling over the ever-shorter and cooler days.
Looking for something to read through the coming bevy of chilly nights? The Naked Theologian, aka moi, has a new column in the Fall issue of the UU World magazine. To read it, click on this link: “Grace to the Rescue” or cut and paste the following web address into your browser: http://www.uuworld.org/ideas/articles/186475.shtml
You may not agree with the points of view that I discuss in the column (i.e. those of Henry Nelson Wieman, James Luther Adams, and Jerome Stone). That’s A-okay. In the end, what matters is participating in the conversation.
To thank the UU World for making space for theology and to encourage more such offerings, post a comment on facebook.com/uuworld or send an email to email@example.com.
Best of all, discuss the “Grace to the rescue?” piece in your blogs and link the column to the URL provided above. I’d love to hear your thoughts on the points I made in my piece and I’m sure that others would too!
Starting next Wednesday (Sept. 14), I’ll be teaching a five-session, online course in theology. Its highly creative title is “Theology for UUs.” The class is offered by the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Larger Fellowship (CLF), which means it’s designed for Unitarian Universalists but is open to anyone. Session topics:
- Early Christianity and its impact on Unitarian Universalism today
- Religious and secular humanism
- Earth-based religions
- Process thought and religious naturalism
To sign up and pay the $40 fee (come on, you’re worth it!), click on this link: www.uurgl.com/learn.
Questions? Comments? Compliments? Jokes? Hey, get in touch!