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Books by UU authors, Fall 2008

Books by UU authors

Books by UU authors, Fall 2008

A selection of books written by Unitarian Universalists.

Rosalie Davis, Jane Greer | Fall 2008

Adventure of discovery

Spirit

Adventure of discovery

Being part of a Unitarian Universalist community means being on an adventure of discovery.

Jessica Ferguson | Fall 2013

Student survey reveals distinctive Unitarian Universalist traits

UU news

Student survey reveals distinctive Unitarian Universalist traits

Study: Unitarian Universalist college students stand out for spiritual curiosity, volunteerism, social justice work, compassion, and respect for religious diversity.

Sonja L. Cohen | Fall 2005

Blog roundup, Fall 2008

Letters

Blog roundup, Fall 2008

Online responses to 'UU World.'

Shelby Meyerhoff | Fall 2008

What comes next?

Ideas

What comes next?

What do you think happens after you die?

Sonja L. Cohen | Winter 2012

Nature's tough love

Ideas

Nature's tough love

How the prairie challenges the ego.

Jeffrey A. Lockwood | July/August 2002

Let mission drive us

Feature

Let mission drive us

Welcoming change requires a strong sense of a congregation's mission.

Joanna Fontaine Crawford | Summer 2011

Nurture the spirit, help heal the world

Our calling

Nurture the spirit, help heal the world

What is the saving message of your congregation?

William G Sinkford | Summer 2008

Blog roundup, Fall 2012

Letters

Blog roundup, Fall 2012

Online responses to <cite>UU World</cite>.

Heather Christensen | Fall 2012

The greening of our churches

UU news

The greening of our churches

Congregations find ways to live the Seventh Principle.

Donald E. Skinner | November/December 2001

New home, new staff, new ways to read

From the editor

New home, new staff, new ways to read

Introducing 24 Farnsworth Street, senior editor Elaine McArdle, and UU World Digital.

Christopher L. Walton | Summer 2014

Time to commit

Feature

Time to commit

The national debate about the nature of marriage provides an opportunity for Unitarian Universalists to develop a new theology of marriage.

William J. Doherty | January/February 2005

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