Ron Ussery on “Doubting Thomas”

St. Thomas, the story goes, refused to believe the Resurrection until he could see for himself the wounds inflicted on Jesus. Over the centuries, the “Incredulity of Thomas” has been interpreted a number of ways. Ron Ussery will examine it from a Unitarian Universalist perspective. Join our live Zoom video service to learn more.

Ron Ussery

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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 Ralph Waldo Emerson’s connection with UU. Watch that talk here on our YouTube channel.
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