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The end of iChurch

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The end of iChurch

To build Beloved Community, Unitarian Universalism needs a new narrative.

Fredric Muir 1/7/2013 Winter 2012

Unitarian Universalism's two truths

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Unitarian Universalism's two truths

What is our healing message? To what are we being beckoned when we gather?

James Ishmael Ford 12/31/2012

The next Jesus to come through the door

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The next Jesus to come through the door

When I meet a Jesus, I like to keep an open mind.

Meg Barnhouse 12/24/2012

When God is a baby

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When God is a baby

A soul story is a dream from the depths of a culture.

Meg Barnhouse 12/10/2012

Stitching it together

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Stitching it together

It would be easier to use a blanket, but we ask more of people who enter our churches: We ask them to be quilters.

Jory Agate 10/22/2012 Fall 2012

Obama’s religious roots

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Obama’s religious roots

Despite his childhood exposure to Unitarian Universalism, Barack Obama found his religious home elsewhere, just as too many of our young people do.

Thandeka 10/8/2012 Fall 2012

We should be more countercultural

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We should be more countercultural

UUs should experience tension between our religious values and those of the secular world.

Ana Levy-Lyons 10/1/2012 Fall 2012

A passion for reason

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A passion for reason

Reason needs the energy of passion in order to inspire others.

Doug Muder 9/17/2012

Getting over dualism

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Getting over dualism

Many UUs reject the separation of the spiritual and the material.

Myriam Renaud 8/13/2012 Summer 2012

Primal reverence

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Primal reverence

Reverence is an organic human experience that requires no supernatural explanations.

Kendyl R Gibbons 7/23/2012 Summer 2012

Democracy and empire

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Democracy and empire

Liberal religion can nurture the weakened democratic spirit and push back against the forces of empire.

Paul Rasor 7/2/2012 Summer 2012

A candid welcome

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A candid welcome

Top 10 reasons you may not feel comfortable in a Unitarian Universalist congregation.

Meg Riley 2/27/2012 Spring 2012

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