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This Sunday's Service:

What Good is Intuition in a Rational World?

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Speaker: The Rev. Scott Gerard Prinster

Family Sunday

SERVICES:  9:00 and 11:00 a.m.

Is there any room in our scientific and reasonable worldview for listening to a hunch, for following our gut? What good is it to speak of such things when we can't put our finger on the source of intuition, or identify the benefits of a non-rational way of knowing? Join us as we explore the value and limitations of our intuitive side!

The Rev. Scott Gerard Prinster is currently writing his dissertation at the University of Wisconsin on the historical relationship between religion and science in the United States. He served congregations in southwest Michigan and in Madison, as well as taught English for two years at the Unitarian seminary in Transylvania.

Alissa Rhode, Lead Music Director

Also This Sunday:

Sunday School for Children and Teens

Coffee Hour: After the service, everyone is invited to the Leenhouts Common Room for coffee and conversation

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