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Unitarian and Universalist Thought in the Twentieth Century
This seminar will explore the major shapers of the Unitarian and Universalist traditions in the twentieth century, with special attention to the influence of the social gospel, religious humanism, process thought, and liberation theology. Featured writers will include Francis Greenwood Peabody, Clarence Skinner, John Haynes Holmes, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Curtis Reese, Frederick May Eliot, James Luther Adams, Sophia Fahs, Henry Nelson Wieman, Charles Hartshorne, A. Powell Davies, Kenneth Patton, William R. Jones, and Rebecca Parker.
Enrollment Limited: No
Open to BTI Students: Yes
Jointly offered as Religion 1559
Expected to be offered Fall 2014
Course times to be announced.
Course location to be announced.
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