Ron Ussery: “Darwin’s Bulldog and the Science Revolution”
The English biologist and anthropologist Thomas Huxley was a contemporary and a supporter of Charles Darwin and an advocate for the scientific method. Unitarian Universalism embraces science. Ron Ussery will explore Huxley’s life and accomplishments. Join our live Zoom video service to learn more.
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Ron Ussery’s career has included journalism, public relations, personnel management, retirement planning and banking. He’s also our Fellowship’s treasurer. Though officially “retired,” Ron and his wife, Connie, continue to live busy lives that include volunteering for our Fellowship an pursuing wide-ranging interests.
Ron’s most recent talk for us was about Doubting Thomas. Watch that talk and others here.
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