Personal Theology Seminars are one-hour presentations given by speakers who come from a range of perspectives on such subjects as Sufism, Atheism, the Goddess, Christianity, Physics, Consciousness, Islam, Buddhism, Judaism, Altered States, and Human Potential. The Personal Theology program was founded by Bernard Loomer, former Dean of the Divinity School at University of Chicago and leader in Process Theology. It was led by Martha Helming from 1991 to 2013. Participants listen to and engage with theological, scientific, spiritual and consciousness leaders, as well as present their own topics and spiritual journeys. Seminars pursue the UU values of drawing inspiration from diverse traditions and deepening one’s life. Honoraria for some speakers are supported by contributions from the audience.
Personal Theology Committee: Anne Wardell (co-chair), Lonnie Moseley (co-chair/Zoom tech support).
For information about Personal Theology or to suggest a speaker, email email@example.com and a member of the Personal Theology team will get in touch.
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