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Breaking the cycle of violence

Feature

Breaking the cycle of violence

Responding to terrorism without promoting more violence.

John Paul Lederach | 1/1/2002 | January/February 2002

Opening our hearts

Feature

Opening our hearts

Unitarian Universalist congregations and volunteers respond to 9/11.

Donald E. Skinner | 1/1/2002 | January/February 2002

The realities of life with terrorism

From the editor

The realities of life with terrorism

A guide to stories from UU World’s special issue in response to the attacks of 9/11.

Christopher L. Walton | 1/1/2002 | January/February 2002

Pacifists and pragmatists

Reflections

Pacifists and pragmatists

Progressive communities, including Unitarian Universalist congregations, are prone to painful rifts between pacifists and pragmatists.

John A. Buehrens | 1/1/2002 | January/February 2002

Universalism: A theology for the 21st century

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Universalism: A theology for the 21st century

Taken seriously, no theology is more challenging morally, spiritually, or intellectually.

Forrest Church | 11/5/2001 | November/December 2001

Unfinished houses

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Unfinished houses

Life as a work in progress.

Philip Simmons | 11/1/2001 | November/December 2001

A courageous press confronts a deceptive government

An enviable partnership

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An enviable partnership

From the General Assembly to interfaith justice campaigns, UUA Moderator Denny Davidoff and UUA President John Buehrens have led as a team.

Tom Stites | 7/1/2001 | July/August 2001

A former president’s future

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A former president’s future

‘The problem in Unitarian Universalism is sometimes an idealism that is too abstract and too good to be true.’

Tom Stites | 7/1/2001 | July/August 2001

The ‘UU everyperson’ of her generation

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The ‘UU everyperson’ of her generation

Highlights from an interview with the outgoing moderator of the UUA, Denise Davidoff.

Tom Stites | 7/1/2001 | July/August 2001

Transforming the lives of India's 'broken people'

Feature

Transforming the lives of India's 'broken people'

How the Unitarian Universalist Holdeen India Program helps India's outcastes.

David Zucchino | 7/1/2001 | July/August 2001

‘So nobly started’

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‘So nobly started’

Martin Luther King Jr.’s never-published eulogy for James Reeb, a memoir, and a monument renew ‘the challenge and charge’ of Selma.

Christopher L. Walton | 5/1/2001 | May/June 2001

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