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Henry Bergh: 'The great meddler'

Looking back

Henry Bergh: 'The great meddler'

The Unitarian who founded societies for the prevention of cruelty to animals and children.

John Gibb Millspaugh | 8/1/2011 | Summer 2011

The unfulfilled dream

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The unfulfilled dream

We neglected the Universalist challenge of restating our core convictions in contemporary terms.

David E. Bumbaugh | 6/6/2011 | Summer 2011

The life of the spirit

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The life of the spirit

We are discovering Universalism's theological bounty.

Denise T. Davidoff | 6/6/2011 | Summer 2011

Doors opened to women

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Doors opened to women

As women entered the ministry, Unitarian Universalist language and habits changed.

Carolyn S Owen-Towle | 5/16/2011 | Summer 2011

Key moments in UUA history

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Key moments in UUA history

Prophetic witness, institutional challenges, and cultural change.

Christopher L. Walton | 5/16/2011 | Summer 2011

Rooted and growing

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Rooted and growing

The Unitarian Universalist Association celebrates its golden anniversary.

Christopher L. Walton | 5/16/2011 | Summer 2011

A good and positive venture

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A good and positive venture

Despite difficulties, Unitarians and Universalists have forged a new identity together.

O. Eugene Pickett | 5/16/2011 | Summer 2011

Everything changes

From the president

Everything changes

Central to our faith tradition is our willingness to leave behind what no longer serves us.

Peter Morales | 5/2/2011 | Summer 2011

A faith for the few?

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A faith for the few?

Unitarian Universalists are torn between pride in our elite history and aspirations to be a religion for all. It’s a tension with deep roots.

Mark W. Harris | 4/4/2011 | Spring 2011

Nordic strands of our living tradition

Looking back

Nordic strands of our living tradition

The story of Icelandic, Norwegian, and Finnish Unitarians in North America.

Stefan Jonasson | 2/21/2011 | Spring 2011

Remember the pro-censorship Unitarians?

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Remember the pro-censorship Unitarians?

Boston's elite saw censorship as part of their larger social reform agenda.

Christopher L. Walton | 1/17/2011 | Winter 2010

Unitarian values underscore Gaskell's novels

Looking back

Unitarian values underscore Gaskell's novels

English novelist Elizabeth Gaskell wrote about social issues and the role of women in society.

Kimberly French | 12/6/2010 | Winter 2010

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