Dr. Myriam Renaud (Ph.D. ’18, University of Chicago) is a UU academic theologian and an analyst of religion in public life.
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By Myriam Renaud
The Liberalism and Unitarianism of IslamMyriam Renaud
Liberal Islam and liberal Unitarianism each affirm human rights—via two very distinct paths.
If dignity is inherent, can it be harmed?Myriam Renaud
What do we mean when we talk about the UU First Principle and inherent dignity?
Jerome Stone’s minimalist vision of transcendenceMyriam Renaud
Without ‘God,’ a liberal theologian focuses on transcendent resources of grace and judgment.
What do we mean when we say ‘religious experience’?Myriam Renaud
The answer depends on whom you ask, of course.
Suffering on trialMyriam RenaudThree liberal theologians take on the problem of suffering.
What is the nature of nature?Myriam Renaud
Kenneth Patton, Henry David Thoreau, and James Luther Adams on 'nature.'
Getting over dualismMyriam Renaud
Many UUs reject the separation of the spiritual and the material.
Grace to the rescueMyriam RenaudUnitarian Universalist ideas about what saves us.
Got God?Myriam RenaudYou're definitely in good company when it comes to God-turning and God-thinking.
Recognizing lamentMyriam Renaud
How might a Unitarian Universalist ritual of lament help when you are driven to cry out?