About Eric Stetson

Eric W. Stetson is an entrepreneur, technology investor, nonprofit consultant, progressive spiritual leader, author, editor, speaker, and blogger.

Eric is founder and CEO of Deep Frontiers, a private investment company focusing on revolutionary technologies such as cryptocurrency. He also works part-time for Vox Humri Media as a book editor, and consults for early-stage nonprofit organizations.

Eric founded the Christian Universalist Association in 2007 and served as its Executive Director through 2010. He continues to serve on the CUA’s board of directors. The CUA is an ecumenical, interdenominational liberal Christian organization which teaches the unconditional love of God and ultimate redemption of all people.

Eric Stetson is the author of a 2008 book, Christian Universalism: God’s Good News For All People, which explains how Biblical Christianity can be interpreted to teach an all-inclusive message of universal salvation. He is the editor of a new book, A Lost History of the Baha’i Faith (to be published in April 2014), about the history and teachings of the Baha’i faith from a Unitarian perspective.

Eric is a Unitarian Universalist and draws inspiration from a wide variety of religious traditions. He promotes interfaith dialogue and reconciliation based on the principle that an Almighty Power of Love is manifested in all people and the whole universe, and that many spiritual paths and cultures have profound wisdom to offer us on the human journey.

Eric has spoken at several national religious conferences, briefly co-pastored a church in 2009, and has given sermons as a substitute preacher at Universalist National Memorial Church in Washington, D.C., where he has also served as a liturgist and adult study course curriculum developer and teacher.

Eric Stetson is a popular blogger on the liberal political news and opinion site Daily Kos. He is an independent progressive who also shares some libertarian views.

Eric resides in Northern Virginia. He can be reached by email at ericstetson@yahoo.com.

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