Achieving real social and economic justice will require more than just charity and generosity. We will also need to re-envision and re-interpret some of our system’s basic economic concepts. One approach is to rethink the meaning of property, following a path that Thomas Paine (inspired … read more.
Speaker: Doug Muder
Doug Muder is a contributing editor and columnist for UU World. His articles have also appeared in Religious Humanism, The Humanist, and Public Eye.
He blogs about politics at The Weekly Sift and about religion at Free and Responsible Search.
Doug is currently in his third career, having already been a mathematician (Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1984) and an author of books about computer software (including the over-optimistic VRML for Dummies with fellow UU David Kay, 1996). He is a member of First Parish Unitarian Universalist in Bedford, Massachusetts, and lives in Nashua, New Hampshire.
There’s a reason that holidays of hope, like Christmas, cluster around the Winter Solstice, the darkest time of the year. Can that logic also work for Unitarian Universalists, as we face a season that is dark in more ways than one?
Worship Leader: Doug Muder
Worship Associate: Joe Bailey