An Introduction to Unitarian Universalism

Product Code: 6045
ISBN: 9780807016176
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Beacon
Pages: 240
Published Date: 05/01/1994
Availability:In stock
Price: $20.00

This is the classic introductory text on Unitarian Universalism with chapters by former UUA President John Beuhrens and Forrest Church that explore the many sources of the living faith tradition of their chosen faith. This is a thought-provoking, entertaining sourcebook for searchers, newcomers and lifelong learners. Preface by former UU moderator Denise Davidoff.

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Foreword/Robert Fulghum
Preface/Denise Taft Davidoff

Part 1

Part 2
Deeds Not Creeds
The Known and the Unknown

Part 3
The Cathedral of the World

Part 4


Part 5
Beyond Idolatry
Mind and Spirit

Part 6
For the Beauty of the Earth
Returning to the Springs

A Brief Chronology of Unitarian Universalist History
Suggestions for Further Reading

"Learn here why definitions of the sacred in Unitarian Universalist churches are attracting ever larger and ever more grateful and reverent congregations every Sunday.” -Kurt Vonnegut

“Only a free faith, a chosen faith, offers the kind of engagement that wakes us up to ourselves and makes us willing to risk what we have for what we could become. This splendid book invites us to consider just such a faith.” -Marilyn Sewell

“This is simply superb. I know of nothing comparable to it. The old-timer as well as the ‘come-outer’ will find [A] Chosen Faith irresistible. It will be a gift for everyone, for the minister, for the laity, for theological students. Engaging, seductive, infectious. -James Luther Adams

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