A Sinner’s Semester: A Fundamental Education

What happens when a mildly committed Quaker from Brown University spends a semester at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia—a university created by Jerry Falwell as a center for teaching fundamentalist Christianity? Dr. Ron Miller speaks at the Theosophical Society in America on October 28, 2010.

The Theosophical Society is composed of students belonging to any religion or to none. Its members are united by their approval of the Society’s Three Objects, by their wish to remove religious antagonisms and to draw together people of goodwill whatsoever their religious opinions, and by their desire to study religious truths and to share the results of their studies with others. For more information on the Theosophical Society in America, please click here: Theosophical.org

2 thoughts on “A Sinner’s Semester: A Fundamental Education”

  1. Mary Hexter Moneypenny

    More! Ron’s delivery is just as dynamic, charismatic, & persuasive, as I remembered. Everything he says resonates with me. This just reminds me of why I felt he was/is my “guru” and could never resist attending his presentations, wherever they occurred. Thanks so much for this treasured memory!

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