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At my mother's funeral

Spirit

At my mother's funeral

Unitarian Universalists are precisely the people who can't believe whatever they want.

Doug Muder 1/23/2012

Quietude

Reflections

Quietude

We cannot hear unless there is silence.

Tom Owen-Towle 12/26/2011 Winter 2011

Bethlehem’s hospitality

Ideas

Bethlehem’s hospitality

I’m chagrined to learn that our Christmas pageants have the birth in the stable all wrong.

Meg Barnhouse 12/19/2011

Our shadow side

Feature

Our shadow side

Unitarian Universalism is a religious movement that no longer takes religion seriously.

Marilyn Sewell 12/5/2011 Winter 2011

The threat of fundamentalism

Feature

The threat of fundamentalism

Unitarian Universalists must boldly participate in the religious marketplace of ideas.

Rosemary Bray McNatt 12/5/2011 Winter 2011

A candy bar for death

Life

A candy bar for death

I remember exactly when I first became afraid of death in a more-than-childish way.

Doug Muder 10/31/2011

If it looks like a Universalist . . .

Bookshelf

If it looks like a Universalist . . .

Popular evangelical Rob Bell makes the case for universal salvation.

Thom Belote 10/24/2011 Fall 2011

How we break the rules

Spirit

How we break the rules

Rule breaking just might be right up our alley.

Jane Ranney Rzepka 9/26/2011 Fall 2011

Grace to the rescue

Ideas

Grace to the rescue

Unitarian Universalist ideas about what saves us.

Myriam Renaud 9/26/2011 Fall 2011

ESPN film examines curses and scapegoats

UU news

ESPN film examines curses and scapegoats

Unitarian Universalist minister lends religious perspective to questions of fan behavior.

Michelle Bates Deakin 9/26/2011

After 9/11, can Unitarian Universalists talk about evil?

Ideas

After 9/11, can Unitarian Universalists talk about evil?

Despite religious liberals' uneasiness with the word, we have something important to say about evil.

Angela Herrera 9/5/2011

Before words

Feature

Before words

Spirituality is an awareness of the gap between what you can experience and what you can describe.

Doug Muder 7/18/2011 Summer 2011

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