Positive Approaches to Life's Challenging Questions

Positive Approaches to Life's Challenging Questions
with Dr. Ted Kepes
Mondays, February 12 through March 12, 2018
No Class February 19
6:30 to 8:30 pm
In this course, participants will discuss some of the challenging questions that confront the positive, loving, spiritual and practical principles that guide Unity Church’s teachings about how to live life well. We will discuss questions like: If God is all good and loving why is there so much violence, suffering and pain in life? If everything is God expressing, why do bad things happen? Are there such things as the devil, evil and sin in the world? As time permits we will also discuss the questions that participants may have as well.
Dr. Ted Kepes grew up in Chicago where he earned an M.A. from Loyola University and taught Religious Studies at Woodlands Academy High School for three years. He moved to Boston in 1993 to further his education and earned a second M.A. in Philosophy from Boston College followed by the Ph.D. in Theology, which he earned in 2004. Dr. Kepes has been a professor at a number of universities over the last 20 years and spends his time attending Unity Church services, teaching and writing. He lives in Overland Park with his 14-year- old son, who means the world to him.