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Sermons of All Souls Unitarian Church in Indianapolis, Indiana by minister Anastassia Zinke and guest speakers.
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Now displaying: September, 2016
Sep 25, 2016

Israelites living under the control of the Ancient Greek Empire experienced a great deal of pressure to assimilate to the dominant Greek culture.  Today, many ethnic minorities also experience pressure to assimilate and adopt European cultural traditions.  Dr. Vincent Wimbash counters that we should intentionally disrupt this pattern.  Let us consider this history and Wimbash's recommendations.  Rev. Zinke, preaching.

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Sep 18, 2016

Even though 99% of UUs general identify as "white," we do not need to have a mono-culture. In fact, diversity is the heritage of the religious freedom at the heart of Unitarian Universalism. How can this heritage of freedom inspire us to express openly our various cultural identities and welcome all people as blessings? Rev. Zinke, preaching.

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Sep 11, 2016

On this 15th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, let us remember how this act of terrorism has shaped us as Americans. What does this heritage ask of us now? Rev. Zinke preaching.

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Sep 4, 2016

Fran Quigley, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law professor and author, address three main points during this Labor Day service: 1) Living wages are good for our community from an economic perspective, 2) Living wages are good for our community from a moral and spiritual perspective, and 3) We all have an opportunity to stand in solidarity with our working brothers and sisters fighting for a living wage in our own community.

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