SWC: Sources of Wisdom

This weekend, most Christians and many UUs will celebrate Easter, or the story of the resurrection of the prophet Joshua of Nazareth. This is the central event in most Christian traditions, marking the triumph of love and life over death, ignorance, and fear.

Grateful for the religious pluralism which enriches and ennobles our faith, we are inspired to deepen our understanding and expand our vision.
~ Section C-2.1 of the UUA bylaws, “Principles”

This week, we want to ask you to tell us if you have a preferred tradition among the sources of wisdom, either those formally recognized by the UUA, or something either more specific or even outside of that list. Is there a central story that you elevate? How does it mark the changing of the seasons, the salvation of humanity, or the quest for knowledge, if any of those. Who are the central figures and how do you relate to them?

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