Speaker: Andrew Whitmont

Mythology of the Future, Part IV: The Supermyth

Further developing the theme presented in prior sermons, this talk will address an overview or proposed “supermyth” that incorporates the myths of the prior ages to bring us into the Nuclear Electronic Age. 

This will be a hybrid service (in person and online); to attend online, check your weekly update or … read more.

Tune In Together: Fear Not

A message from 2000 years ago: Fear not: you can be a beacon of love. Presented by Marlin Lavanhar, from All Souls in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Discussion led by Andrew Whitmont.

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Mythology of the Future, Part 3

Join us for this talk by member Andrew Whitmont, who has previously spoken about the history of mythological symbolism across the historical ages. In this talk he will share his ideas regarding the mythology we see emerging as the iron age recedes and the nuclear electronic … read more.

“Fifth Smooth Stone” of Liberal Religion

Andrew Whitmont will present on the fifth and last of UU theologian James Luther Adams’ “Five Smooth Stones” of liberal religion. In this talk we will enlarge our understanding of how our liberal religion’s underlying theological position provides grounds for optimism as we strive to fulfill the … read more.

“Fourth Smooth Stone” of Liberal Religion

This has to do with denial and affirmation, based on what we have learned by way of the first three stones. It sounds like a pile of rocks, but its better than that and requires our efforts. Come find out how. Presented by Andrew Whitmont.

Theological Foundations of Our Liberal Religion

This talk, presented by UUCY member Andrew Whitmont, delves further into the theological foundations of our liberal religion. Given that liberal religious truth and understanding are open ended and inclusive, what about behavior and choice? Why are we not coerced by a hierarchy of church officials and … read more.

Sunday Services on Zoom: Theological Stones

UUCY Member Andrew Whitmont presenting. First in a series of five.

What are the theological underpinnings of the “free and responsible search for truth and meaning,” which we covenant and promote?  Did you know there are Unitarian/Universalist theologians who have articulated a well thought out theology … read more.