Sitting, with a good Buddhist novel
Telling stories could be one of the most 'present' things we could do.
Waiting for a great novel about UU ministry
Contemporary authors have yet to plumb the true depths of Unitarian Universalist ministers' lives.
Photographic tour of Wright's Unity Temple
New book celebrates Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece for an Illinois Unitarian Universalist congregation.
Forrest Church's Universalism
For Church, 'E pluribus unum' was a civic ideal and a religious insight.
Seeing Joseph Priestley whole
He’s more than just the discoverer of oxygen and soda water, and not just incidentally a Unitarian.
Holding the center
Religious liberals reject the idea that a religion is a collection of beliefs that are either true or false.
Reason for alarm
Books about reason in religion, environmentalism, and U.S. culture.
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.
Can spirituality help at work?
In bookstores, spirituality is packaged as if it’s a pep pill for overworked managers.
The self-reliant and the social reformers
Transcendentalists were divided into several camps, just like their Unitarian Universalist heirs.
Why I'm sticking with classics
My reasons for reading Hawthorne, Melville, and Dante are hardly noble.
Forgotten story of America's whites-only towns
James Loewen documents the rise of 'sundown towns' and their enduring legacy.