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Monday Meditation from IAmUU.net

Monday Meditation: The Congregation is a living library

There are hundreds of Unitarian Universalist sermons online, and dozens more each week, in text and video. There are chat rooms and message boards for every possible subject, whether it should be discussed or not. There are book clubs, service fraternities, and political action groups aplenty. What Unitarian Universalist congregations have that is truly special […]

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We Give Thanks For Many Sources of Wisdom

It is easy to write off the cultural problems that plague Unitarian Universalism as being Atheist versus Christian. This week, we want to give consideration to the influence and contribution of our other sources and some (certainly not all) of the other points of view that are often overlooked in these discussions. Let us thank […]

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Monday Meditation from IAmUU.net

Monday Meditation: Belonging is a Choice

In the oft referenced 5 Smooth Stones of Liberal Religion, theologian James Luther Adams tells us: …all relations between persons ought ideally to rest on mutual, free consent and not on coercion. Our congregations tend to honor this in a way that isn’t often the subject of consideration: the membership book. In most Christian churches, […]

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Monday Meditation from IAmUU.net

Sacred Doubt

From time to time, we make an effort to point out that Unitarian Universalism is an agnostic religion. We not only don’t claim to have “The Truth”, but we have made it a Principle of our Association that each person be free to responsibly seek truth and meaning in their own lives, aided, guided, but […]

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Liberal Religion is Beautiful Uncertainty

On our Facebook page over the years, we’ve shared a lot of perspectives on belief and knowledge; science and religion. One thing that had generated a lot of discussion was a graphic illustrating the two axes of Belief and Knowledge. It shows, disproportionately, how there are people who believe in a god or gods, and […]

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