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A nation of religious changelings

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A nation of religious changelings

A fickle religious marketplace offers promise and peril
for Unitarian Universalists.

Dan Cryer 7/4/2011 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

Got God?

Ideas

Got God?

You're definitely in good company when it comes to God-turning and God-thinking.

Myriam Renaud 4/18/2011 Spring 2011

Grace wins in the end

Spirit

Grace wins in the end

Grace and the sugary sweet are so much at odds that in order to be a friend of one you have to be an enemy of the other.

Chance Hunter 3/7/2011 Spring 2011

Winter hope

Reflections

Winter hope

Optimism often lies, but hope never fails.

Doug Muder 1/31/2011

Natural rapture

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Natural rapture

Only when we strip away magical thinking can we see the sacred in everything.

Kimberly French 1/17/2011 Winter 2010

Stop the elevator; I'm not done

Ideas

Stop the elevator; I'm not done

If someone on an elevator asked you what Unitarian Universalism is, could you answer before one of you reached your destination?

Doug Muder 12/27/2010

The demon of certainty and the curious heart

Spirit

The demon of certainty and the curious heart

Certainty is the most dangerous demon of all.

James Ishmael Ford 9/27/2010

Good works

Reflections

Good works

If our beliefs have meaning, we must act as if our souls depend on it.

Jeffrey A. Lockwood 9/20/2010 Fall 2010

Do all religions share a common thread?

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Do all religions share a common thread?

A clear-eyed understanding of our religious differences may be the best hope for promoting cooperation among different religions.

Dan Harper 9/20/2010 Fall 2010

Theodore Parker, radical theologian

Looking back

Theodore Parker, radical theologian

2010 is the bicentennial of the most influential Unitarian minister who ever lived.

Dean Grodzins 8/30/2010 Fall 2010

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