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Myths of terror

Myths of terror

This year's best picture nominees each tackle the 'socio-myths' of terror.

Jeffry John Stein | 3/6/2006

How husbands say 'I love you'

How husbands say 'I love you'

Men and women both value their marriages, but a new book finds three distinctive male ways of expressing it.

Neil Chethik | 2/13/2006 | Summer 2006

How big is your God?

How big is your God?

Martin Luther King Jr. served a troublesome, dangerous, demanding God who breaks down our divisions.

Thomas Mikelson | 1/16/2006

Ebenezer Scrooge’s conversion

Ebenezer Scrooge’s conversion

Charles Dickens’s novels reflect the central ideas of nineteenth-century Unitarianism.

Michael Timko | 12/19/2005 | Winter 2005

’Tis the season for your own family rituals

’Tis the season for your own family rituals

Many of us still struggle to find the right mix of family traditions for this time of year.

Meg Cox | 11/28/2005 | Winter 2005

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

The new F-word?

He found a planet and founded a church

He found a planet and founded a church

At 24, Clyde Tombaugh discovered Pluto. He later helped found a Unitarian Universalist church.

Kimberly French | 10/3/2005 | Fall 2005

Recently received books by UU authors, September 2005

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