When I’m Wrong

Learning is essential to any life of faith. Sometimes we learn by simply adding new information. But other more painful ways of learning involve being wrong and learning what to do about it.

2 Responses to “When I’m Wrong

  1. Great sermon as always! I loved how you used the river metaphor to question idea of UUism as a religion versus a movement and link it to the religious colonization around the mouth of the Anahulu River by the Harvard “liberals” and the current need to address criminal justice. I can’t wait to listen to the next two services in this trilogy.

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