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An enduring bond

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An enduring bond

A Minnesota congregation's forty-year relationship with a medical clinic in Malawi and the family that runs it.

Warren R. Ross | 3/1/2004 | March/April 2004

UUs establish legislative presence

Resetting the worry alarm

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Resetting the worry alarm

Fear is more likely to move trouble from one burner to another than to turn down the flame.

Forrest Church | 1/1/2004 | September/October 2004

Jesus and the modern seeker

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Jesus and the modern seeker

It may take an act of great will to see past the relics of tradition to something new.

| 1/1/2004 | January/February 2004

The fundamentalist agenda

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The fundamentalist agenda

Fundamentalism may be absolutely natural, ancient, and powerful—but the liberal impulse makes us humane.

Davidson Loehr | 1/1/2004 | January/February 2004

Human rights and the evil of terrorism

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Human rights and the evil of terrorism

Terrorists commit vicious human rights crimes. But they also thrive on the crimes of others.

William F. Schulz | 1/1/2004 | January/February 2004

UUs fight for free speech in Salt Lake City

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UUs fight for free speech in Salt Lake City

First Unitarian Church sues city a second time over sale of Main Street to LDS Church.

Donald E. Skinner | 11/1/2003 | November/December 2003

Science and its metaphors

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Science and its metaphors

The Unitarian Universalist tradition has historically affirmed both faith and reason, worship and science.

Christopher L. Walton | 11/1/2003 | November/December 2003

Our humanist legacy

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Our humanist legacy

Seventy years of religious humanism.

William F. Schulz | 11/1/2003 | November/December 2003

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