In "A Place of Wholeness," a Tapestry of Faith program
My religious superstitions gave place to rational ideas based on scientific facts, and in proportion, as I looked at everything from a new standpoint, I grew more and more happy, day by day. — Elizabeth Cady Stanton, 19th century Unitarian suffragist and author of The Woman's Bible
The use of reason is a defining part of Unitarian Universalism as a liberal, humanistic religion. The core activities of this workshop explore the meaning and role of reason in religion, connecting it with the many sources of knowing that religious people draw on. The alternate activities engage diverse learning styles through movement and delve deeper into the sources of religious truths and decision-making.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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