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What should we do with the boys?

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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

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

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

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

To pray without apology

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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

Liberal evangelists on campus

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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

Against vengeance

Reflections

Against vengeance

Witness for the things that make for peace.

Rebecca Parker | 9/1/2002

How to be a cultural broker

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How to be a cultural broker

Things you can to help refugees in your town.

Mary Pipher | 7/1/2002 | July/August 2002

The middle of everywhere

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The middle of everywhere

How Lincoln, Nebraska, came to be the picture of America's multicultural future.

Mary Pipher | 7/1/2002 | July/August 2002

UUs lead as riot survivors receive payments in Tulsa

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UUs lead as riot survivors receive payments in Tulsa

Estimates of those killed in the 1921 rampage range from 38 to 300.

Donald E. Skinner | 5/1/2002 | May/June 2002

In praise of the imperfect life

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In praise of the imperfect life

Spring enlivens us, yet from our human vantage not all resurrections are equally welcome.

Philip Simmons | 5/1/2002 | May/June 2002

A step toward racial reconciliation

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A step toward racial reconciliation

A Cincinnati church reaches out to the family of W.H.G. Carter, a black Unitarian minister it rejected many years ago.

David Whitford | 5/1/2002 | May/June 2002

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