Why immigration is a moral issue
America's immigration system isn't simply broken. It's immoral.
Satire takes aim at recent UUA history
In new novel, former editor of this magazine satirizes the Unitarian Universalist Association.
The gift of playing God
What if 'playing God' called to mind our liberal theological ideas rather than an all-powerful deity?
Meet the founders of the UU Service Committee
A new book shares the stories of the founders of the UUSC.
Do all religions share a common thread?
A clear-eyed understanding of our religious differences may be the best hope for promoting cooperation among different religions.
Theodore Parker, radical theologian
2010 is the bicentennial of the most influential Unitarian minister who ever lived.
What dreams may come
Where should we assign the burden of proof for ideas about the afterlife?
Clarke changed congregational life
James Freeman Clarke's Unitarian church was radically unlike other Unitarian churches in Boston.
Governance for the next half-century
Why the UUA Board of Trustees is promoting change.
Unitarian inspired popular nursery rhyme
In her childhood, Mary Elizabeth Sawyer Tyler had a little lamb.
Guide to Buddhist fiction
A guide to contemporary and classic Buddhist fiction.
Sitting, with a good Buddhist novel
Telling stories could be one of the most 'present' things we could do.