Debbie van Tuyll is a professor of communication at Augusta University. She is the author or editor of six books, five of which deal with the Southern press during the Civil War. The sixth is a history of WGAC radio. Her journalism history students wrote the book, which she and Scott Hudson edited. Debbie has a long history of church service. She is a ruling elder at Covenant Presbyterian Church where she has served on most committees at one time or another. She also has been active in church conflict management and interpreting the denomination's constitutional activities for lay people. Additionally, she is a devoted Hiberniophile who plays the Irish whistle with the band De Céadáoin and the Celtic harp.
Building Your Own Theology PART THREE “Ethics”
BYOT PT 3 “Ethics” invites participants to examine, question and explore their personal morality by applying beliefs, values and convictions to particular ethical situations. Scenarios are drawn from history, literature, today’s news and your own personal life.
This class will be held in 4 sessions on Sunday morning in Classroom 2 from 10:00 – 10:45am March 26, April 2, April 9 and April 23. Class facilitator is David Dillard Wright. Childcare provided if requested in advance.
The class is free, the textbook is $16 plus shipping and can be ordered new from the UUA bookstore at:
https://smile.amazon.com/Ethics-BYOT or new or used at http://Smile.amazon.com.
If you would like to know more, contact Chris Garcia – email@example.com – or visit the Welcome Table where the sign up sheet and a copy of the book are available to preview. Signup also on the following form: https://goo.gl/M63QLU
Most of us arrive at the Unitarian-Universalist faith at a point on a longer spiritual journey. Most of us come from somewhere else. What is your journey? What have you left behind and what have you kept, and how did you decide? The truth is we all build our own theologies, but we don’t often have a chance to stop and ask ourselves in a clear eyes manner what we believe. Not what we have been told to believe, but what do we really believe? Building Your Own Theology is a series of three courses, and a uniquely Unitarian approach to the reality of our spiritual identities. In Part One, you will have a chance to explore your spiritual history and consider some of the great questions of life, in a safe place, in an intimate circle of fellow explorers. You will have an opportunity to know yourself in a new way, and possibly make new friends for life. The final product of the course is a “credo”. This is a personal creed, written and defined, a living document that you will create for yourself, and maybe those who come after you, defining exactly who you were on this journey, and stating the truths you came to believe in. And most of all – WHY you believe what you believe.
Building Your Own Theology, Part One, is a series of ten sessions, which will be held biweekly on the second and fourth Wednesday evening of each month. We will gather in the Common Room or a classroom of the UUCA in the evening from 6:30 – 8:00pm. This is not limited to UU members. If you have a friend or a family member who is curious about our faith community this is the best possible way to introduce them. All are welcome. The sessions are free, but participants are expected to acquire the green book “Building Your Own Theology” Second Edition that is available from Amazon or the UUA.org bookstore. If you would like to know more, contact Chris Garcia –
Sign up for this class at this online form here:https://goo.gl/IwPT0C or visit the Welcome Table where the signup sheet and a copy of the book are available to preview.
Forget what the world has told you to believe – What do you REALLY believe?