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Myriam ReynaudMyriam Renaud

The Rev. Myriam Renaud is a Ph.D. candidate in theology at the University of Chicago Divinity School, a Lecturer at Meadville Lombard Theological School for 2012–13, and community minister at DuPage Unitarian Universalist Church in Naperville, Illinois. Born in California but raised in France, Renaud learned English by immersion when her family moved to Missouri when she was ten. That same year, her family began attending a UU congregation. Prior to her ordination, she worked as a software engineer. She served as minister of the UU Congregation of Rock Valley in Rockton, Illinois, in 2006.


What do we mean when we say ‘religious experience’?
The answer depends on whom you ask, of course.
By Myriam Renaud 4.27.15

Suffering on trial
Three liberal theologians take on the problem of suffering.
By Myriam Renaud 8.18.14

What is the nature of nature?
Kenneth Patton, Henry David Thoreau, and James Luther Adams on 'nature.'
By Myriam Renaud 7.29.13

Getting over dualism
Many UUs reject the separation of the spiritual and the material.
By Myriam Renaud 8.13.12

Grace to the rescue
Unitarian Universalist ideas about what saves us.
By Myriam Renaud 9.26.11

Different UU ideas about God
You're definitely in good company when it comes to God-turning and God-thinking.
By Myriam Renaud 4.18.11