Essentials of Humanism Spring 2017 UUWorld

UU World Magazine Spring 2017, published by the Unitarian Universalist Association

While the terms atheist and Humanist are often used interchangeably, they are not, in fact, synonymous. A person can be an atheist without embracing any of the commitments of Humanism, and a person could maintain a position of indifference about the possible existence of supernatural beings and still live with […]

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Sunday Mornings at 9:30- January 2018

Sunday Mornings at 9:30

 

Sunday morning adult exploration class schedule for November:

Sunday, January 7th current Issues topic

The adult class current Issues topic on January 7th will be the “federal environmental policy and regulatory changes during the first year of the current administration”.  What are their immediate and long-term impact on the environment and is there any […]

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UU Humanists Association Letter from President Dr. David Breedon- end of year 2017

Dear UU Humanist Association members and friends:
As 2017 ends, we progressives are weary. The assaults on our values have been constant. The Trump Administration’s recent banning of words at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is telling. The words are: vulnerable, entitlement, diversity, transgender, fetus, evidence-based, science-based. We Humanists are science and evidence-based […]

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Sunday Mornings at 9:30- Adult Religious Exploration

Sunday morning adult exploration class schedule for November:

Sunday November 5 current Issues topic

Federal Tax Policy

A recent proposed tax system framework promises future economic growth and more jobs. Are there alternative approaches to developing a more productive economy and society than the conventional approach of adjusting tax rates, exemptions and deductions? What questions can be asked […]

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Sunday Mornings at 9:30

First Sunday Contemporary Issues – October 1st at 9:30 am

              Racial Justice in America and UUA Involvement

 

9:30 AM all other Sundays – Drop In Discussion Group – Continuing Series:  

The Darwinian Revolution, with Prof. Frederick Gregory, PhD in the History of Science from Harvard.

“Published 150 years ago, Charles Darwin’s On the Origin […]

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Open Campus Expanding Knowledge, Exploring Ideas, Enriching Lives Fall 2017 Schedule

What’s fun, fascinating – and FREE? Open Campus Classes — that’s what.  Brought to you by the Adult Religious Exploration Committee!

The Louisville community is encouraged to join the Thomas Jefferson crew for various classes being held during the period September 27 through November 15. A special welcome is extended to young adults, older teens and […]

By |September 16th, 2017|Adult Religious Education|0 Comments

Sunday Mornings at 9:30 (Adult Religious Exploration)

First Sunday Contemporary Issues – September 6th at 9:30 am

9:30 AM All other Sundays – Drop In Discussion Group – Continuing Series: The Darwinian Revolution, with Prof. Frederick Gregory, PhD in the History of Science from Harvard. “Published 150 years ago, Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species—the text that introduced the world to natural selection—is […]

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Sunday Mornings at 9:30

Sunday Mornings at 9:30

Current Issues Class – February 5th

The adult Sunday morning class issue for February will look at “Alternative Facts.”  Unitarian Universalism’s 4th Principle commits us to “A free and responsible search for truth and meaning.”  How do we do that in an era of “Fake News” and what might seem to be Orwellian […]

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Thursdays at 7PM

Thursday Evening at 7:00 Thursday, Oct. 13 – An Introduction to Islam – Islam remains in the news as we see claims that America is at war with a whole religion. We’ll create a safe space for your questions and learn from the Teaching Company’s lectures on Islam by John Esposito, an American professor of […]

By |October 26th, 2016|Adult Religious Education|0 Comments

Sunday Mornings at 9:30!

November 6th – First Sunday Contemporary Issues Discussion – The November first Sunday of the month current issues topic for the adult RE class will be “The voter and our system of selecting representatives.” We will examine how voters make voting decisions and suggestions on how to make voting outcomes less partisan and more representative […]

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