One of the biggest misunderstandings of the liberal religious tradition — by its proponents and its critics — is that we can “believe whatever we want”. In fact, the distinctive approach that Unitarian Universalism brings to the world of religion is a thoughtful balance of belief and doubt, a dance that involves both liberation and responsibility. Join us as we explore together the richness of our skeptical tradition!
The Rev. Scott Gerard Prinster is a physicist, Unitarian Universalist minister, and doctoral student in the History of Science department at the University of Wisconsin. In his spare time, he tries to find time to enjoy the natural beauty of Wisconsin and to play old-time and country music on his fiddle.