Can the bible be redeemed for use by contemporary Unitarian Universalists? Believe it or not, the Bible is central to our Unitarian Universalist theological Heritage. Throughout our history and continuing into the twenty-first century, Unitarian and Universalist scholars have made many critical, creative, and practical contributions in the field of biblical studies. But modern UUs seldom seem to draw on the rich resources of the biblical tradition. Why is that? In this service, we’ll learn a little bit about what’s in the “Good Book,” what it’s about, and what it’s for.
There will not be a congregational response on Sunday morning, but there will be an opportunity to continue the conversation on Monday evening, October 16th, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in the Conference Room. All are welcome to attend. BYOBible, if you have one, but no worries if you can’t find one. Texts will be provided!
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