A chosen faith: an introduction to Unitarian Universalism

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Beacon Press, Jul 15, 1998 - Religion - 221 pages
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Affirming diversity, dialogue, and personal choice in religious living, providing common ground and community for people from a wide variety of backgrounds and beliefs, and encouraging the work for social justice that religion inspires, Unitarian Universalism has become an increasingly appealing religious alternative. A Chosen Faith is a clear, helpful introduction to this growing religious movement. Two long-time ministers and denominational leaders, John A. Buehrens and Forrest Church, describe the sources and history of Unitarian Universalism, how those traditions are adapted in congregations today, and how they each came to choose Unitarian Universalism as a career and a way of life.

This revised edition includes two new chapters as well as a new foreword by best-selling writer and Unitarian Universalist Robert Fulghum.

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User Review  - KathyWoodall - LibraryThing

This book gives a brief summary and history of the Unitarian Universalism church. Excellent reading for someone curious about the UU denomanation. Read full review

A must have for all Unitarians

User Review  - sunid - Overstock.com

If you are a Unitarian pick up this book! It is filled with great history background and general knowledge about this faith. Read full review

Contents

PART 2
39
PART 3
71
The Cathedral of the World
81
Copyright

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