In "Building Bridges," a Tapestry of Faith program
I am neither Jew nor Gentile, Mahomedan nor Theist; I am but a member of the human family, and would accept of truth by whomsoever offered -- that truth which we can all find, if we will but seek—in things, not in words; in nature, not in human imagination; in our own hearts, not in temples made with hands. — Frances Wright, freethinker and social reformer
DURING TODAY’S WORKSHOP… We explored Atheism and Agnosticism. We acknowledged the struggles people with these beliefs sometimes experience in our country. We discussed the connection between these beliefs and Unitarian Universalism, and the social or political values they share.
Why do you think more and more people identify themselves as non-believers?
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Last updated on Friday, November 15, 2013.
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