SUNDAY, MAY 28
“It’s Not All Karma: Theodicy and Grace “
The Rev. Dr. Adam Robersmith
Jack Forbes Wilson, Artist in Residence
For as long as there have been humans, humans have wanted reasons for the good and the bad things that occur. Most of us want to know that life is meaningful and has a purpose. How do we move forward when reasons and purposes aren’t easily found? How do we find our way forward in hope?
Bio: A native of the Chicago area, the Rev. Dr. Adam Robersmith was called as the Settled Minister at Second Unitarian Church in Chicago, IL on Oct. 30, 2011. The Rev. Robersmith expects Unitarian Universalists to have more questions than answers and to find inspiration in many sources. In his own spiritual life, he draws most strongly from the Christian contemplative and mystic tradition of the west, his interest in and love of science and the arts, and earth-centered theologies that draw on the power and beauty of the natural world.