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The Fierce Urgency of Now
by Robert M. Hardies
(Based on a sermon given to a gathering of Unitarian Universalists at All Souls Church, Unitarian on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington)Our reading this morning is an excerpt ...
Dreams of Our Nation
by Marie E. deYoung
This morning, in our worship, we celebrate the confluence of two national events. We honor the inspirational spiritual leadership of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, who moved our nation to greater ...
Standing on the Side of Love
by Thom Belote
Let me begin with an image. This year’s Unitarian Universalist General Assembly was held in Salt Lake City at the Salt Palace convention center. The main entrance to the convention center has a tall ...
Remaining Awake Through A Great Revolution
by Scott Sammler-Michael
In his History of Liberal Theology, Dr Gary Dorrien from Union Seminary places Rev Martin Luther King, Jr., in the same chapter as James Luther Adams, the great Unitarian Theologian from the twentieth ...
Dear America: A Letter to Our Nation
by Peter Friedrichs
Dear America,Well, we did it, didn’t we? We elected an African-American President! It’s amazing to think that in just a couple of days Barack Obama, the son of a white mother from Kansas and ...
Getting Serious About Unitarian Universalism
by Scott Alexander
At one point in her novel Fly Away Home, American writer Marge Piercy has a mother say of her daughters: “The girls had been raised Unitarian (Universalist), which seemed a nice, sensible compromise ...
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