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Goals (Riddle and Mystery)

This program includes goals shared with all Tapestry of Faith programs:

  • Ethical development
  • Spiritual development
  • Unitarian Universalist identity development
  • Faith development.

Riddle and Mystery also aims to:

  • Teach participants to accept, appreciate and celebrate mystery, ambiguity and contradiction as part of human life and the starting points of religion
  • Explore Unitarian Universalist responses to big questions
  • Foster participants own personal, spiritual responses to big questions
  • Demonstrate the importance of questioning thought to Unitarian Universalist faith and its value in personal and communal life
  • Guide participants to develop and practice the skill of abstract thought.

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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.

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