Unitarian Universalism is considered a “creedless” religion. What on earth does that mean, and how does one practice such a faith? This sermon follows the lead of Socrates who, because he “knew nothing except the fact of his ignorance,” kept asking questions–all in hopes of finding a suitable answer.
Bio: Joseph Bednarik served as the Pulpit Assistant at Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Port Townsend, and speaks monthly at the UU congregations in Bremerton and Sequim. He earned a degree in philosophy from Haverford College, and his day-job is Co-Publisher at Copper Canyon Press, a nonprofit literary publisher dedicated to poetry.