Monday, December 27, 2010

What's Unitarian Universalism?

From Doug Muder's article, "Stop the elevator; I'm not done."

Unitarian Universalism is an evolving religion, not a revealed religion.  

Unitarian Universalism is about this life, not an afterlife. 

Unitarian Universalism focuses on actions and experiences, not beliefs. 

Unitarian Universalism is democratic, not hierarchical.

Unitarian Universalism envisions a harmony between goodness and happiness, not the sacrifice of one to the other.

My answer?

"It's about our values not our beliefs. It's about our actions, not our words. It's about truth and meaning not ideology and conformance. It's about a way of life not just membership in a club."

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