The cathedral of the world
A twenty-first-century theology, based on the concept of one light and many windows.
Forrest Church's Universalism
For Church, 'E pluribus unum' was a civic ideal and a religious insight.
The gospel of inclusion
A black Pentecostal bishop embraces Universalism, befriends a Unitarian minister, and shakes up the largest congregation in the UUA.
John Murray's conversion to Universalism
How an 18th-century Calvinist embraced Universalism and became the first minister of a Universalist church in America.
The human condition
If the ego is about how we are separate, then the spirit is about how we are connected.
Holding the center
Religious liberals reject the idea that a religion is a collection of beliefs that are either true or false.
Imagineers of soul
In our churches, we should be sorcerer’s apprentices in the art of quenching thirst and opening the doors of meaning. Why, then, are we so scared?
A religion for hard times
Faith is what’s left when you stop responding to radical uncertainty with panic and denial.
Our inner ape
How deeply rooted is our Unitarian Universalist
belief in peace and justice for all?
How Darwinian evolution has transformed liberal religion.
That elusive more
What do Unitarian Universalists need to go deeper?
A broken hallelujah
Praise in the midst of a broken world and a broken heart? Sing hallelujah in the darkest season of the year?