What our readers tell us.
Rosemary Bray McNatt’s Bookshelf essay reviewing the Commission on Appraisal’s report on UU theological diversity and Paul Rasor’s book Faith Without Certainty drew the most responses (five) after the winter issue. The Commission’s report, Engaging Our Theological Diversity, elicited the most comments. Writes Dino Drudi of Washington, D.C., “To recover our former vitality, Unitarian Universalism needs to make a clean break from Christianity.” Maureen Chen, of Flushing, New York, sees the UU Seven Principles as a uniting factor for all UUs: “These concise principles allow plenty of room for an individual to add additional principles or spiritual practices from other religions or of one’s own creation. For me, these principles are sufficient as is.”
In the always-interesting “other” file were letters about the Gulf Coast hurricanes, America’s involvement in Iraq, and the use of the expression “purpose-driven.”
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Jane Greer is a former senior editor of UU World magazine.