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'Twilight Zone' writer challenged prejudice

Looking back

'Twilight Zone' writer challenged prejudice

Rod Serling, a Unitarian, confronted prejudice with innovative television scripts.

Kimberly French | 11/12/2007 | Winter 2007

America’s founding faiths

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America’s founding faiths

The separation of church and state in America grew out of competing visions of divine order and sacred liberty that divided the nation’s founders and its religious communities.

Forrest Church | 11/5/2007 | Winter 2007

Quillen Shinn, Universalist circuit rider

Looking back

Quillen Shinn, Universalist circuit rider

Our Universalist forebears ranged far and wide.

Kimberly French | 10/15/2007 | Fall 2007

Liberal theology, vibrant but hidden

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Liberal theology, vibrant but hidden

Unitarian Universalism was liberal theology’s first home, but we have neglected it lately.

Christopher L. Walton | 9/24/2007 | Fall 2007

Louisa May Alcott's Unitarian legacy

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Louisa May Alcott's Unitarian legacy

Did 'Little Women' plant the seeds of my own Unitarian Universalism?

Rosemary Bray McNatt | 8/6/2007 | Summer 2007

Thirty years of feminist transformation

Looking back

Thirty years of feminist transformation

The 1977 Women and Religion resolution transformed the Unitarian Universalist Association.

Kimberly French | 6/25/2007 | Summer 2007

America's first cemetery, Unitarian-style

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America's first cemetery, Unitarian-style

Boston's 175-year-old Mount Auburn Cemetery reflects Unitarian views of death.

Kimberly French | 5/28/2007 | Spring 2007

What is Unitarian Universalist Buddhism?

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What is Unitarian Universalist Buddhism?

The history of UU engagement with Buddhism and its growing significance.

James Ishmael Ford | 5/21/2007 | Summer 2007

Growing with Davies

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Growing with Davies

Fifty years ago, the Rev. A. Powell Davies led a bold initiative to start new congregations in the Washington, D.C., suburbs.

Warren R. Ross | 1/8/2007 | Winter 2006

Pilgrims’ 400-year legacy alive in Plymouth

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Pilgrims’ 400-year legacy alive in Plymouth

The congregation established by the Pilgrims in 1620 belongs to the Unitarian Universalist Association today.

Kimberly French | 11/20/2006 | Winter 2006

Black inventor helped found Queens church

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Black inventor helped found Queens church

Son of slaves invented key elements of lightbulb.

Kimberly French | 10/30/2006 | Fall 2006

The Pentagon Papers and me

Life

The Pentagon Papers and me

Beacon Press published the Pentagon Papers a decade before I was born, but Beacon's courage still sets an example.

Allison Trzop | 10/23/2006

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