The Humanist Seminarian started out as a blog about life from the perspective of a Unitarian Universalist minister-to-be. My name is Everett Howe, and I’m a mathematician, a humanist, and a Unitarian Universalist minister. I started this blog while I was a student at Starr King School for the Ministry, a Unitarian Universalist seminary in Berkeley, California. From 2015 until 2017 I was a ministerial intern at Throop Unitarian Universalist Church in Pasadena, a congregation that was founded by Amos G. Throop, who also founded my alma mater, the California Institute of Technology. From 2020 until 2022 I was the minister of Summit UU Fellowship in east San Diego County. Currently I am considering what my next ministry will be.

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  1. (On your article about the history of the renowned “I believe in the sun…” quote)
    Fabulous, thoroughly-researched, and well-written article on the provenance of this quotation. I stumbled across your piece as I tried various google searches to find the original quote which I had seen in a preface to one of Victor Frankl’s books. Thanks for taking the time to enlighten us!


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