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WORSHIP: "Wittgenstein, Job and the Doubt That Faith Needs" Rev. Jake Morrill

The Book of Job is an ancient, majestic work about the relationship between humanity and the Holy. Ludwig Wittgenstein, writing a century ago, also tried to describe the relationship between humanity and the world, as it could be known. Neither Job nor Wittgenstein trucks in stability nor resolution. Instead, they open up the depths. Not to nonsense or nihilism, but to a search that goes on and on.


Since 2003, Jake Morrill has been the Lead Minister of the Oak Ridge Unitarian Universalist Church. A product of the Tennessee Valley UU Church religious education program, he loves to preach at Foothills, and see how the congregation is thriving.

Board Member on Duty: Gladys Church

Earlier Event: November 20
Community Office Hours With Rev. Laura
Later Event: December 9
FUUF Film Series