2003 · VOL XVII NO 4 |
and the Military
Unitarian Universalists opposed the recent war in Iraq yet supported our
troops fighting it. How have UUs dealt with the issues of war and peace
over the years?
A Unitarian Universalist journalist reports from the Iraqi battlefield.
Joys and Concerns of a military spouse.
Creating Family Rituals
In this age of crowded calendars and hurried meals,
families can still make time for meaningful interactions by creating their
Seeing God as Process
Philosopher and theologian Charles Hartshorne saw
the universe and God as a benevolent and dynamic whole composed of interconnected
processes. Is the world really made up of "evanescent events"
rather than "enduring substances"?
Why bother with the Bible?
Creations. Family resemblance.
Scripture. True piety.
Advice. How to
Heritage. Holiness and happiness.
Inside out. Cartoon.
Opening Words. The paradox of faith.
From the Editor.
Explorations of theology.
Family values for diverse families.
of wealth · Rediscovering home · Religious language
Forgiving the unthinkable.
Sharing the plate with a good cause.
Spiritual Landmark. The First Unitarian
Church in St. Louis, Missouri.
What in the World?
Discussion topics on UU World articles.
Utopian advocate of nonresistance
UUs support inclusive
public prayer service
New manifesto for
humanists 3rd in 70 years
UU Trend. Unitarian
Universalism grows under Sinkford's watchful eye Political Action. Churches
organize special services for civil liberties
Social Witness. Nashville UUs focus on race
In the Congregations.
New interfaith sculpture for Okla. church
Antiabortion protests disrupts Sunday service
Welcoming Denomination. Navigators group
offers alternative to Scouting
UUs in the News.
UU minister uses drama as medium for ministry
Meadville Lombard board elects Barker as
its next president
UUA. Clergy encourage bridge building in
CUC. Same-sex marriage wins growing Canadian
Religion News. America's religious profile
Milestones. Obituaries for Anne R. Buehler,
Clifton G. Hoffman, Carol L. Jackson.
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