Karl P. Ullrich, along with his family, have been members of Holy Nativity since 2003. He retired after 22 years in federal law enforcement then went into the mental health field, having worked both as a therapist in private practice and for Gateway and St. Simons By-The-Sea Hospital. He also spent 14 years as an ordained deacon in the Episcopal Church.
He has two earned doctorates (D.Min. Pastoral Counseling and Ph.D. in Psychology). Since retirement, he has written 5 novels, 15 short stories and, as well as 43 essays, 27 of which are religious subjects. He is a member of the North American Patristic Society, his principle interest being in the first 300 years of the Christian Church.
Dr. Ullrich has offered to lead a discussion group on religious topics. Some of his essays in this area are listed below. He has suggested a single page essay for each meeting as a topic. Your suggestions for other topics are welcomed.
The discussion meet on Thursday from 4:30-6:00pm at the (Library, Social Hall).
Ascended Into Heaven
Out of Nothing – The Nicene Creed
The Eucharist – Then and Now
Pontius Pilate, Judge, Jury and Executioner?
The Early Church 70-500CE
Christmas (Not what you would expect.)
Fifty Shades of Gray (Not what you’re thinking)
Worth, Value & Reward
Where Did That Come From? (a look at scripture)
Are There Just Ten Commandments?
Those Left Behind