The Home We Share: Globalization, Post-Modernism, and Unitarian/Universalist Theology
Clifford M. Reed, Jill K. McAllister
Eric Cherry, Oct 1, 2007 - Unitarianism - 433 pages
Proceedings of the ICUU's 2nd Theological Symposium, Kolozsvar (Cluj-Napoca), Romania, 2006, covers Unitarian Universalist systematic theology, liturgy and worship, practical ethics and polity as impacted by globalization and postmodernity. Sessions given by 20 practitioners on six continents with two supplementnal perspectives on symposium conclusions. Includes bibliographic references and index.
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