Category: FUS University

Varieties of Naturalism

FUS University: Varieties of Naturalism When it comes to philosophies of life, chances are, if you’re an FUS humanist, you’re a naturalist: someone focused on the knowable realities of this world. Join Dr. Wheeler for a look at the different varieties of naturalism and the life-orientations they make possible, with a focus on key thinkers. …

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Syncretism and Hybridity: How Religions Get Made

#syncretism FUS University Presents: “Syncretism and Hybridity: How Religions Get Made” with Rev. Dr. David Breeden. Like many congregations, FUS draws on a variety of traditions for its philosophies and rituals. Join Rev. David as he considers the long history of mixing religious practices to meet the human needs of the moment.

FUS University presents “Ancient Wisdom: The Enduring Influence of Zoroaster”

Speaker: Wendy Jerome September 22, 2019 The founder of Zoroastrianism was a religious reformer who lived more than 3,000 years ago in Persia. His ideas live on in today’s Christianity and Judaism. Come learn from Rev. Wendy, one of our in-house world religions experts and a lifelong member of FUS.

FUS University presents “Anxiety Is Your Friend: A Closer Look at Kierkegaard”

Speaker: Dr. David Breeden September 8, 2019 FUS University presents “Anxiety Is Your Friend: A Closer Look at Kierkegaard,” with Rev. Dr. David Breeden. The ideas of Danish philosopher and theologian Søren Kierkegaard are often portrayed as a very depressing read, but his take on anxiety and despair is in fact very positive and life-affirming.

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