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The reclamation of liberalism

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The reclamation of liberalism

What conservative Fareed Zakaria and democratic-socialist James Luther Adams have in common.

John Weston | 9/1/2003 | September/October 2003

Embattled faith

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Embattled faith

How do you "support the troops" when you oppose the war? Is there a Unitarian Universalist approach to war and peace?

Neil Shister | 7/1/2003 | July/August 2003

Rituals for holidays and everyday

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Rituals for holidays and everyday

Ten good things rituals do for children and five rituals to try at home.

Meg Cox | 7/1/2003 | July/August 2003

New family traditions

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New family traditions

Create rituals with and for your children to celebrate your family's values.

Meg Cox | 7/1/2003 | July/August 2003

Adin Ballou, practical utopian

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Adin Ballou, practical utopian

Founder of Hopedale community taught 'nonresistance,' influenced Tolstoy, Gandhi, and King.

Christopher L. Walton | 7/1/2003 | July/August 2003

Emerson’s shadow

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Emerson’s shadow

There’s a shadow side to Emerson’s influence on Unitarian Universalism.

Forrest Church | 5/1/2003 | March/April 2003

Emerson’s mirror

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Emerson’s mirror

What do we see in the legacy of Ralph Waldo Emerson, ‘the most recognized and revered figure in the Unitarian movement’? His 200th birthday makes this a good time to ask.

Richard Higgins | 5/1/2003 | March/April 2003

Power, religious faith, and social change

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Power, religious faith, and social change

Two books take up the knotty challenge of citizen participation and the democratic process.

Rosemary Bray McNatt | 3/1/2003 | March/April 2003

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