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  • By Molly Housh Gordon
    Does the sin of white supremacy live in us or in the systems beyond us? 
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  • By Jerrie Kishpaugh Hildebrand, Shirley Ann Ranck
    Pagan and Earth-centered traditions in Unitarian Universalism.
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  • By Sonja L. Cohen
    Group proposes recurring ecclesiastical conferences, reassessment of UUA organization to move toward effective covenantal relationships.
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  • By DeReau K. Farrar
    Embracing theists is essential to the cultural and spiritual health of Unitarian Universalism.
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  • By Kendyl R Gibbons
    What we are willing to say about the universe and our lives is based exclusively on our own shared experience and reason.
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  • By Kris Willcox
    Across a century of change, Humanism has continued to evolve.
  • By Peter Morales
    As religious people we have two essential tasks: we must offer sanctuary and preach our gospel.
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  • By Tom Schade
    An unbridgeable gap is growing between Unitarian Universalism and the conservative movement.
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  • By David Breeden
    On authentically using the term ‘god.’
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  • By Doug Muder
    I told our UU middle school ‘Building Bridges’ class that Humanism begins with loving all of our neighbors.
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  • By Myriam Renaud
    Liberal Islam and liberal Unitarianism each affirm human rights—via two very distinct paths.
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  • By Scotty McLennan
    ‘Salvation’ isn’t a word Unitarian Universalists use much anymore.
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  • By Scotty McLennan
    We need to be open to resurrection—looking up, not down; listening, not stopping up our ears; feeling deeply rather than numbing ourselves with the daily routine.
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  • By Jim Key
    It was precisely my emergent humanist belief that equipped me to face what seemed a death sentence.
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  • By Myriam Renaud
    What do we mean when we talk about the UU First Principle and inherent dignity?
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  • By Myriam Renaud
    Without ‘God,’ a liberal theologian focuses on transcendent resources of grace and judgment.
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  • By Gary Kowalski
    We are all interrelated participants in the big picture that is the universe. Process philosophers call that big picture 'God.'
  • By Joanna Fontaine Crawford
    Welcoming change requires a strong sense of a congregation's mission.
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  • By John Weston
    Empirical evidence that the arc of the moral universe bends toward justice.
  • By Myriam Renaud
    The answer depends on whom you ask, of course.
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  • By Unitarian Universalist Association
    Adopted by the Unitarian Universalist Association in 1984 and amended in 1995.
  • Spiritual enthusiasm toward the enrichment of human life.
  • By Susan Jhirad
    Although his true villains are never redeemed, Dickens' novels demonstrate that good wins in the end.
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  • By Cynthia Landrum
    As an agnostic, I'm definitely an atheist about some gods. But what kind of God might be possible?
  • By Kenneth Sutton
    New book about congregations and ministers working together.
  • By Amy Hassinger
    Helping children see that science and religion are not hopelessly divided.
  • By Rosemary Bray McNatt
    Theodore Parker did more to establish our justice-seeking heritage than anyone else, but he did so out of his own struggle to understand God.

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