Being Liberal in an Illiberal Age: Why I Am a Unitarian Universalist

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Skinner House Books, 1995 - Religion - 176 pages
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A minister for over 50 years, Mendelsohn explores the power of liberalism in our changing society, what draws people to Unitarian Universalism, how this faith came into being and what it stands for.

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User Review  - Marti Martinson - Goodreads

Holy Crap! WAAAY better than I expected. Now, I have attended 2 UUA churches and I am a but more liturgically oriented than most, and a LOT more Liberal Christian than most, but this guy was OLD ... Read full review

Review: Being Liberal in an Illiberal Age: Why I Am a Unitarian Universalist

User Review  - Mark - Goodreads

There are some good theological foundations for living a liberal life. Much of this is a history and discussion of Unitarian Universalism. While I am a UU, I value the theological argument more. Read full review

Contents

A Way of Walking and Acting in the World
1
A Human Being No More or Less
19
Getting from Sunday to Monday
31
Copyright

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