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Monday, March 12, 2007

This week at Five-year-old theologians.

Elaine Greensmith Jordan accompanies a class of five-year-olds to a fine art museum. When the children's questions keep turning to religion, she wonders, "Where was Joseph Campbell when you needed him?"

In the news, Jane Greer reports that Zsolt Solymosi, a Unitarian minister in Transylvania, has launched a 24-hour radio station on the Internet to promote Unitarian values. Programs are offered in Hungarian, Romanian, and English. (You can listen to TUR here.) Don Skinner reports that Meadville Lombard Theological School has appointed ethicist Sharon Welch as the school's new provost. And Sonja Cohen monitors Unitarian Universalists in the media for the news blog.

Copyright © 2007 by Philocrites | Posted 12 March 2007 at 9:36 AM

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