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Books by UU authors, Winter 2005

What comes next?

What comes next?

What do you think happens after you die?

Sonja L. Cohen | Winter 2012

Hearing others' stories reveals their humanity

Hearing others' stories reveals their humanity

We affirm women's dignity, yet UUs still wrestle with the systemic undercurrents of misogyny.

Kimberley Debus | Fall 2014

Books by UU authors, Spring 2008

Books by UU authors, Spring 2008

A selection of books written by Unitarian Universalists.

Jane Greer, Christopher L. Walton | Spring 2008

Gordon Martin, civil rights lawyer

Gordon Martin, civil rights lawyer

UUA parliamentarian's book chronicles African Americans' efforts to vote in 1960s Mississippi.

Christopher L. Walton | Spring 2011

Strategies for effective activists

Strategies for effective activists

Lessons learned in the fight for reproductive rights.

Erika Fox | March/April 2004

Passionate, unfiltered voices about ministry

Passionate, unfiltered voices about ministry

New book about congregations and ministers working together.

Kenneth Sutton | Fall 2007

The wellspring of American nature writing

The wellspring of American nature writing

Walden remains uncannily ‘addressed to our condition exactly,’ 150 years after its publication.

Richard Higgins | July/August 2004

Books by UU authors, Fall 2008

Books by UU authors, Fall 2008

A selection of books written by Unitarian Universalists.

Rosalie Davis, Jane Greer | Fall 2008

Liberal Religious Youth merged fifty years ago

Liberal Religious Youth merged fifty years ago

Universalist and Unitarian youth organizations merged eight years before their denominations did.

Deborah J. Pope-Lance | November/December 2003

Books to honor great occasions

Books to honor great occasions

Four new books celebrating life's passages.

Christopher L. Walton, Kenneth Sutton | Spring 2006

Religious liberalism of America's 'founding fathers'

Religious liberalism of America's 'founding fathers'

Gary Kowalski's new book celebrates the Enlightenment faith of America's Revolutionary leadership.

Christopher L. Walton | Spring 2008

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