Sunday, November 14, 2021
Lessons in Idealism from UU History: James Luther Adams and Dorothy Day
Rev. Dawn Fortune
James Luther Adams and Dorothy Day — each struggled in their own way with the idealism of a liberal faith in a world filled with imperfection and occasionally, outright evil. What does it mean to be liberal in the time of rising fascism? How do we understand our faith in the human capacity for good when humans seem so bent on doing evil? Their considerations and musings are as potent today as they were nearly 100 years ago. Join us as we explore a history that is not nearly as distant as we might think.
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