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Sitting, with a good Buddhist novel

Sitting, with a good Buddhist novel

Telling stories could be one of the most 'present' things we could do.

Kimberly French | 4/26/2010 | Spring 2010

Waiting for a great novel about UU ministry

Waiting for a great novel about UU ministry

Contemporary authors have yet to plumb the true depths of Unitarian Universalist ministers' lives.

Rosemary Bray McNatt | 2/8/2010 | Winter 2009

Photographic tour of Wright's Unity Temple

Photographic tour of Wright's Unity Temple

New book celebrates Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece for an Illinois Unitarian Universalist congregation.

Christopher L. Walton | 1/4/2010 | Winter 2009

Forrest Church's Universalism

Forrest Church's Universalism

For Church, 'E pluribus unum' was a civic ideal and a religious insight.

Christopher L. Walton | 11/2/2009 | Winter 2009

Seeing Joseph Priestley whole

Seeing Joseph Priestley whole

He’s more than just the discoverer of oxygen and soda water, and not just incidentally a Unitarian.

Scott Gerard Prinster | 10/12/2009 | Fall 2009

Holding the center

Holding the center

Religious liberals reject the idea that a religion is a collection of beliefs that are either true or false.

Doug Muder | 4/27/2009 | Spring 2009

Reason for alarm

Reason for alarm

Books about reason in religion, environmentalism, and U.S. culture.

Edd Doerr | 1/5/2009 | Winter 2008

Ted Sorensen, JFK's Unitarian speechwriter

Ted Sorensen, JFK's Unitarian speechwriter

In Kennedy's inaugural address, he concludes saying, "With history the final judge of our deeds . . ." That's not what other churches would say. That's Unitarianism.

Jane Greer | 10/20/2008 | Winter 2008

Can spirituality help at work?

Can spirituality help at work?

In bookstores, spirituality is packaged as if it's a pep pill for overworked managers.

Stephanie Anagnoson | 9/1/2008 | Fall 2008

The self-reliant and the social reformers

The self-reliant and the social reformers

Transcendentalists were divided into several camps, just like their Unitarian Universalist heirs.

Jeff Wilson | 6/23/2008 | Summer 2008

Why I'm sticking with classics

Why I'm sticking with classics

My reasons for reading Hawthorne, Melville, and Dante are hardly noble.

W. Frederick Wooden | 4/7/2008 | Spring 2008

Forgotten story of America's whites-only towns

Forgotten story of America's whites-only towns

James Loewen documents the rise of 'sundown towns' and their enduring legacy.

Dan Carter | 1/21/2008 | Winter 2007

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