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Earl K. Holt

Minister

First Unitarian Church of St. Louis

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First Unitarian Church of St. Louis

5007 Waterman Boulevard

St. Louis, Missouri,63108

United States

Company Description

We gather to offer a humanizing community for individuals of all ages which supports and encourages each person's life-long moral and spiritual growth, and the continued fearless examination of life's deep and important issues. We seek to educate the human c...more

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Past Minns Lectures

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Earl K. Holt III
History of King's Chapel Earl K. Holt III


Earl K. Holt 2003

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2003 Lecture by Earl K. Holt III
The Rev. Earl K. Holt III was called as the fifteenth minister of King's Chapel in December of 2000, having served as minister of the First Unitarian Church of St. Louis since 1974. He is a graduate of Brown University and the Starr King School for the Ministry, which also honored him with an honorary doctorate in 2004. He is the author of a biography of the Rev. William Greenleaf Eliot, founder of Washington University and grandfather of the poet T. S. Eliot. Mr. Holt was a founding member of the T. S. Eliot Society and delivered the annual Eliot Memorial Lecture in 1982. Among other current activities he serves as a trustee of the Unitarian Universalist Urban Ministry and the MGH Institute of Health Professions, and on advisory boards for the Bible Workbench Curriculum and the Journal of Liberal Religion. Earl Holt is married to Marilyn Holt and has two grown daughters, Alicia and Julia.


Minns Lecturers 1942-present

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Earl K. Holt III -1984
Earl K. Holt III - 2003 History of King's Chapel


Philocrites: July 2004 Archives

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's Rich Barlow interviews Earl Holt, minister of King's Chapel and chair of the Commission.
The article asks, "Has the Unitarian Universalist church, renowned for its diversity of religious viewpoints, gone too far in pursuing diversity?" Holt honors the freedom of conscience that remained a tenet after Unitarians merged with the Universalist Church to form the Unitarian Universalist Association in 1961. And yet, he said, "I'm ready to defend now the hypothesis that Unitarian Universalism as it presently exists is not in any meaningful way . . . a continuity of either of the traditions" from which it sprung. Embracing all theological viewpoints - "at some point, pandering would not become too strong a word" - the UUA has lost the sense of unity that underlies community, Holt argues. He heads the nine-member Commission on Appraisal, which reports every four years to the church's annual meeting on important issues. In its next report, due next year, Holt hopes the commission calls on the UUA to reexamine its statement of Principles and Purposes.


May 2012 - Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis

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Rev. Earl Holt, Minister Emeritus of First Unitarian Church of St. Louis, will give a lecture on the legacy of William Greenleaf Eliot on Wednesday, May 9 at 8 p.m.


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