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Philip Simmons's wisdom

Philip Simmons's wisdom

A documentary follows contributing editor Philip Simmons through his final months.

Tom Stites | 11/28/2005 | Winter 2005

Do UUs have theological common ground?

Do UUs have theological common ground?

Two new books try to name the liberal theology that holds Unitarian Universalism together.

Rosemary Bray McNatt | 11/14/2005 | Winter 2005

Fascism in America?

Fascism in America?

Davidson Loehr and Charles Derber see fascism in contemporary American politics.

Tom Stites | 11/1/2005 | Winter 2005

Help and the human condition

Unitarian Universalist music turns to exploration

Unitarian Universalist music turns to exploration

<em>Singing the Journey</em> represents the arrival of a new a generation of Unitarian Universalism.

W. Frederick Wooden | 8/22/2005 | Fall 2005

The conservative worldview

Speculation and revelation

Speculation and revelation

How science fiction and fantasy shaped my spiritual journey.

Will Shetterly | 7/25/2005 | March/April 2005

James Luther Adams's examined faith

James Luther Adams's examined faith

Faith is not fundamentally about one's beliefs but about one's commitments.

Christopher L. Walton | 1/1/2005 | January/February 2005

The free press and free people

The free press and free people

Journalists are involved in something essential to the concept of free people and a functioning and sustainable democracy.

William F. Woo | 11/1/2004 | November/December 2004

The pages of sin

Human origins and human futures

Science and its metaphors

Science and its metaphors

The Unitarian Universalist tradition has historically affirmed both faith and reason, worship and science.

Christopher L. Walton | 11/1/2003 | November/December 2003

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