Tuesdays, July 24 through August 21
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Instructor: Rev. Sheryl McCullough, LUT
Just as one’s previous life experiences underlie one’s current expression, so the history of a tradition underlies that tradition’s
current expression. The foundations of Unity as a contemporary movement are explored in its roots in Transcendentalism,
Christian Science and New Thought. You will explore Unity’s history and original cultural milieu.
By the end of the course, learners will be able to:
~ Explain New Thought and demonstrate how it is similar to and different from more traditional views of spirituality.
~ Identify some of the key people and major events in the development of both the New Thought and Unity spiritual movements.
~ Summarize the history of Unity School of Christianity and its ministries of prayer, publishing and education.
If you are taking the class for S.E.E. credit, the Unity Worldwide Ministries administrative fee is $45. Required books TBD. This class is opened to everyone!
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