Sermon by Stephen Atkinson.
Note: This service will be online only.
With our monthly theme of Heritage, let’s look back at one of the major Unitarian theologians of the 20thC, Henry Nelson Wieman (pron: WY-man). He is one of the first to consider the balance between rationality and faith, which could be put as objectivity (what we can know) and subjectivity (what we can sense). Further, Wieman reminds us that growth, happiness and fulfilment come when we allow ourselves to be in open and honest relationships with each other which allows “creative interchange.” His theology, then, is both intellectually stimulating and warmly heartfelt; we and the world need to know more about it.