| features SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER
2004 · VOL
XVIII NO 5 |
War, politics, media, and advertising all contribute to an atmosphere of fear. Resetting the worry alarm
Where Did Our Time Go?
Let's take back our time
General Assembly 2004
The UUA's annual convention reaches out to non-UUs, welcomes a new leader, and condemns torture and abuses of civil liberties.
Healthy stewardship, declining enrollment
Encounter. Playing with the Italians
Wayside Pulpit. Friendship
Affirmation. Elevator speech
Challenge. First things first
Creations. Tringali's Orchard, Lake Huron
Testimony. Religious voices in the news
From the Editor.
For the child in everyone
Everybody deserves a voice
Forum. Compassionate advocacy
Forum. There is no crisp line
Congregational Life. Kansas City churches build partnerships
Spiritual Landmark. Emerson Unitarian church in Houston, Texas
Bookshelf. The pages of sin
Books to note. Perspectives on politics
Books by UU Authors. Children's books
What in the World? Discussion topics on UU World articles
Ephraim Nute, free-state minister
UUWF expands mission, funds new projects
UU clergy acquitted in marriages
Beacon Press celebrates 150 years of publishing
UUs in the News.
Inventor of the World Wide Web is knighted by queen
Same-sex newlywed loses teaching job at Catholic high school
Social Witness. Community forum opens dialogue
In the Congregations.
Voter registration starts at home, churches find
Small UUs press big campaign
Church cluster organizes revival
Political Action. Support needed for 2003 Voter Confidence Act
Living the Faith. 20 years of justice victories in India
Dispute. Supporters fight to maintain home's UU identity
Milestones. Obituaries for Jesse Raymond Cavileer, John Branch Isom, Arthur Boyd Jellis, Peter S. Raible
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