Existentialism for Today

Existentialism for Today.

Dr. Elbert Hill, speaking

Download the morning program here

Of his discourse, Elbert writes:

Many people have the idea that Existentialism is a philosophy of doom and gloom–partly because newspeople and others in the media often say we are living in existential times, citing the political turmoil in our country and around the world.  They are only partly right.  All times are existential.  Today, Elbert Hill will emphasize the positive aspects.

About our speaker:

Dr. Elbert Hill is Professor Emeritus in Philosophy and Literature from Southeastern Oklahoma State University, where he taught from 1966 to 2006.  He has served the church in many positions:  board member and one term as President, a leader of the Adult Forum, and a Good Times Team member.  He and his wife, Marion, are charter members of Red River UU, and they jointly facilitate Moveable Feast.  Elbert is currently a member of the Committee on Ministry.