William F. Schulz

Rev. William F. Schulz is a former President of the Unitarian Universalist Association and Executive Director of Amnesty International, USA, and currently President Emeritus of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee; Affiliate Professor at Meadville Lombard Theological School; and Senior Fellow at the Carr Center for Human Rights at Harvard’s Kennedy School for Government.

From William F. Schulz

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Two authors with decades of experience promoting human rights argue that, as the world changes around us, rights hardly imaginable today will come into being Rev. Dr. William F. Schulz delivers the Minns Fall 2021 Lecture Series - October 7, 14 & 21...

Book | By William F. Schulz, Sushma Raman | From inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop
Tagged as: Rights, Social Justice

Unitarian Universalist ministers reflect on the nature of evil.

By William F. Schulz, Rosemary Bray McNatt, Marisol Caballero | November 1, 2018 | From UU World
Tagged as: Evil

Unitarian Universalists reflect on evil, where it stems from in society and in the individual, and how to challenge its hold. Pack of 25 pamphlets. To read this pamphlet click here.

Pamphlet or Card | By William F. Schulz
Tagged as: Evil, Unitarian Universalism, UU Beliefs

Collected here in print for the first time are four powerful essays from the head of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee and the former head of Amnesty International USA, based on his public addresses.

Book | By William F. Schulz | From Skinner House Books
Tagged as: Activism, Ethics, Human Rights, Peace, War

Regardless of our differences, there are a host of affirmations that we embrace as the basis for our faith. Whatever we think the holy may be, Creation itself is holy. We make no distinctions between the natural and the supernatural, the secular and the sacred. We simply cherish the earth and all...

Reading | By William F. Schulz | January 21, 2015 | From WorshipWeb
Tagged as: 7th Principle (Interconnected Web), Awe, Earth, Environment

Excerpted from the 2006 Berry Street Lecture. When I was seven or eight years old, I lived across the street from a little dog named Amy. Every afternoon after my school let out, Amy and I would play together for an hour. One of Amy's favorite games was a dancing game in which I held her two...

Story | By William F. Schulz | February 7, 2013 | For Adults | From What Moves Us
Tagged as: 2nd Principle (Justice, Equity, & Compassion), Anger, Animals, Children, Coming-of-Age, Conscience, Direct Experience, Empathy, Ethics, Fear, Friendship, Guilt

Suffering and anxiety are usually just as finite and time-limited as high passion and unalloyed joy.

Feature | By William F. Schulz | January 4, 2009 | From UU World
Tagged as: Personal Stories, Spiritual Practice, Personal Inspiration

Twelve years at the helm of Amnesty International challenged and affirmed William F. Schulz’s Unitarian Universalism.

Feature | By William F. Schulz | November 5, 2006 | From UU World
Tagged as: Justice, UU Theology, Social Justice

Terrorists commit vicious human rights crimes. But they also thrive on the crimes of others.

By William F. Schulz | December 31, 2003 | From Spirit
Tagged as: Justice, Social Justice

Seventy years of religious humanism.

Feature | By William F. Schulz | October 31, 2003 | From UU World
Tagged as: UU Theology

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