Suffering on trial
Three liberal theologians take on the problem of suffering.
I don't 'believe in' the Seven Principles
I don’t think of them as beliefs at all.
Questions of comfort
Where do you find comfort in suffering if you don’t believe suffering has a greater purpose?
Following my moral compass
We all navigate through circumstances at the limits of human experience.
Religious community is not enough
Unitarian Universalism's purpose is much bigger than gathering with like-minded people for mutual support.
Who gets to tell Jesus’s story?
A single story may win, but the alternate stories do not fully disappear.
A letter about Santa and God
By telling the truth about Santa, maybe I can better explain what I believe about God.
Live better, help often, wonder more
The Sunday Assembly movement shares Unitarian Universalism's values, but has a lot more fun expressing them.
A lie, or just editing?
How much can you alter a story before it’s not itself any more?
Is religion broken?
There’s a movement that attracts millions of people and encourages them to become their best selves—but it’s not a church.
Belief is the enemy of faith
A new interfaith, multifaith spirituality is struggling to be born.
A pond behind the church?
In my experience, no one improves by way of a scolding.