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A victory for the heretics

Feature

A victory for the heretics

Ellery Schempp's lawsuit ended compulsory Bible readings in public schools.

Kimberly French | 1/1/2003 | January/February 2003

We need more patriots

Reflections

We need more patriots

Nationalism threatens the true meaning of American patriotism.

Forrest Church | 1/1/2003 | January/February 2003

What should we do with the boys?

Feature

What should we do with the boys?

Unitarian Universalist religious educators try to make Sunday school appealing to boys as well as girls.

Neil Chethik | 1/1/2003 | January/February 2003

Religious dialogue in a divided world

Bookshelf

Religious dialogue in a divided world

Khaled Abou El Fadl calls for Muslim dialogue; Yossi Klein Halevi looks for interfaith partners in Israel and Palestine.

Christopher L. Walton | 1/1/2003 | January/February 2003

It came upon a Unitarian midnight clear

Looking back

It came upon a Unitarian midnight clear

Edmund Hamilton Sears’s beloved carol longs for peace.

Ken Sawyer | 12/23/2002 | November/December 2002

To pray without apology

Feature

To pray without apology

What would have happened if Martin Luther King Jr. had cast his lot with the Unitarian Universalists? A reflection on race and theology.

Rosemary Bray McNatt | 11/1/2002 | November/December 2002

Congregations commit to civil liberties issues

Congregational life

Congregations commit to civil liberties issues

Local churches and the UUA champion civil liberties as the U.S. responds to 9/11.

Donald E. Skinner | 11/1/2002 | November/December 2002

In memoriam: Philip Simmons (1957-2002)

Reflections

In memoriam: Philip Simmons (1957-2002)

A tribute to Philip Simmons by his editor at UU World.

David Reich | 11/1/2002 | November/December 2002

Liberal evangelists on campus

Feature

Liberal evangelists on campus

Young Unitarian Universalists are sharing their faith and building worship groups on college campuses — and the UUA and local congregations are scurrying to support them.

Neil Shister | 9/2/2002

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