Rev. Meg Barnhouse's sermon delivered on February 10, 2013. A Juicy Slice of UU History: Theodore Parker, "The arc of the Universe bends toward justice," he said. Parker was a Unitarian minister, a tireless and militant abolitionist, and a proponent of women's rights.
27 - Chapter 20 part 1 - A spiritualist apostle, Theodore Parker, Unitarian alumni, The raid of John Brown, The 'infidels', Investigating 'Tom Paine', Sermon on Paine, Secession from my church, The monthly 'Dial'
Autobiography Memories and Experiences, Volume 1 by Moncure Daniel Conway (1832 - 1907)
Theodore Parker is one of the most fascinating characters in Unitarian Universalist history. Transcendental, scholar, abolitionist, minister, and author of some of the most famous words ever written. Called a Unitarian heretic by some, he remains an inspiring figure. After the service we will have a birthday celebration for Jane Ising who turns 110 this week!
The Soul of America as Expressed by Theodore Parker
Converging Streams: Interfaith Fellowship in our Modern World
The Universalist theologian Theodore Parker is evaluated from his historical significance to both the Universalist movement in Muncie, Indiana and the United States today, as well as how his ideas were expressive to the country as a whole.