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The wisdom tree

Spirit

The wisdom tree

Sometimes the place where you used to find wisdom gets destroyed.

Meg Barnhouse 8/2/2010

What dreams may come

Bookshelf

What dreams may come

Where should we assign the burden of proof for ideas about the afterlife?

Doug Muder 7/26/2010 Summer 2010

Black humanism’s response to suffering

Reflections

Black humanism’s response to suffering

Suffering is not redemptive; we must take human responsibility for eradicating it.

Colin Bossen 7/19/2010 Summer 2010

We are already in paradise

Reflections

We are already in paradise

There is no land promised to any of us other than the land already given, the world already here.

Rebecca Parker 6/28/2010 Summer 2010

The catch

Life

The catch

I haven't played chess in decades, yet somehow I've ended up with a chess player's worldview.

Doug Muder 6/14/2010

Who owns your congregation?

Forum

Who owns your congregation?

A congregation's owner isn't its board, minister, or members; it is its mission.

Dan Hotchkiss 3/8/2010 Spring 2010

Can Unitarian Universalism change?

Feature

Can Unitarian Universalism change?

Our tradition has always been responsive to the needs of its time, but are we ready to adapt to our increasingly multicultural society?

Paul Rasor 2/22/2010 Spring 2010

Mary Daly changed my life

Spirit

Mary Daly changed my life

I am not sorry that I used to be ‘one of those angry women.’

Meg Barnhouse 2/15/2010

The religious left

Feature

The religious left

An old tradition for a new day.

Daniel McKanan 1/18/2010 Winter 2009

Breath is life

Feature

Breath is life

Defending abortion from a liberal Christian perspective.

Scotty McLennan 12/7/2009 Winter 2009

Who says Unitarian Universalism's Principles are easy?

Ideas

Who says Unitarian Universalism's Principles are easy?

The UU Principles are demanding enough to make me whine.

Meg Barnhouse 11/23/2009

Peasant revolutionary

Spirit

Peasant revolutionary

A paradoxical power is revealed in people the world despises, in people the world deems weak.

Wendy Fitting 11/9/2009

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