Revolution and the Humanistic Ethic

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There’s a subtle difference between being a true revolutionary and just a rebel, but the difference is important. The true revolutionary struggles in causes greater than oneself and is concerned with truly improving the wellbeing of all people, even at one’s own expense. In this sermon we’ll consider why keeping the humanistic ethic central in our work for justice is crucial to its success.

Personal Evolutions: Ways in Which I’ve Changed During the Past Nine Years

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Everyone changes over the years, some only in the smallest of ways and more reluctantly than others. For me life remains an exciting quest for truth, meaning, and fulfillment and I strive to embrace the changes around me and encourage changes in myself. During this sermon I’ll discuss some of the ways I think I’ve changed since first coming to UUCS.

Philosophical Practice

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Although it’s been around thousands of years, most people still don’t understand what philosophy is and how it’s applicable to our lives. In this sermon we’ll discuss some of the practical ways that philosophy can add meaning and guidance in daily living.

Todd Off: Archived Online Service

Rev. Eklof is off. Due to the coronavirus, we will not have a guest speaker at this time but will have a recommended service from our archive.