This service is an exploration of the dilemma of America’s religious and cultural diversity. Note that Robert’s parts of this service are pre-recorded, but the service will be in-person with some live elements.
Dr. Robert R.N. Ross (Ph.D Harvard; STB Harvard; BA Amherst College) is a retired professor, in UU final fellowship, and currently serves as Consulting Minister to the Universalist Unitarian Church in Brockton. Dr. Ross was a Teaching Fellow at Harvard and Philosophy professor at Skidmore College. Dr. Ross also was elected to the position of Consulting Engineer at Digital Equipment Corporation, where he holds four patents in the design of complex, heterogeneous computer networks, and was Senior Consultant at the National Academy of Public Administration in Washington, DC, where he worked with large-scale organizations in transition and evaluated/advised major programs of federal agencies.
More recently, Dr. Ross was a professor at the University of Massachusetts/Boston, and the Graduate Theological Union and Starr King in Berkeley, California, where he taught courses in Philosophy and the Study of Religion. Published widely, his book, Walking to New Orleans: Ethics and the Concept of Participatory Design in Post-Disaster Reconstruction
was released in 2008, and he has just completed Theological Investigations: The Promise and Limits of Concepts of God
. Robert is an active surfer, kayaker, and led the Cajun-Zydeco band les cigognes.
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