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In the tradition of James Luther Adams, this clear-eyed yet hopeful analysis explores the dynamic tensions of liberal theology, committed to individual freedom on the one hand and community on the other. Much more than a primer, Rasor writes for clergy, theology students, and interested laypeople who want to better understand the liberal religious tradition. Rasor's audience reaches beyond Unitarian Universalism to mainline Protestant Christians, modernist Roman Catholics, post-Christians and humanists and liberal Quakers, among others. A UU minister, Rasor has a Ph.D. in theology and is director of the Center for the Study of Religious Freedom and professor of interdisciplinary studies at Virginia Wesleyan College.