Rev. Dennis McCarty

Thoughts on Religious Language

With our UU diversity of belief, language can become a bone of contention.  Does it need to be that way?  Rev. McCarty looks at the way a concept can develop form stark fact to symbolic poetry and seeks to look at language of faith as a unifying, rather than divisive force.  Myth, allegory, and metaphor.  … Continued

Dracula, Popular Culture, and the Presidential Race

Bram Stoker’s classic horror novel “Dracula” was published more than a century ago, but it played on psychological traits that are still with us today. Rev. Dennis McCarty, Minister Emeritus at the UU Congregation of Columbus, Indiana, will ponder what Dracula reveals about American culture in the 21st century. Service Leader: Sallie Killian.