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Suburbanization (Dialectical Theology Part 4 of Many)

After World War 2, there was a housing shortage. Very little new housing had been built since the 1920’s. The Great Migration of African Americans from the South and the movement of rural people to th

15 hours ago

Humanism in Context (Dialectical Theology -- part 3 of many)

A sermon (since converted to an essay) that I wrote in 2015 is useful here. My argument was the sense of being counter-cultural and rebels entered into Unitarian Universalism during the 40's and 50's.

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The Cold War re-shapes 40's/50's Unitarian Universalism (2 of many)

Three historical developments re-shaped the Unitarian and Universalist churches of the 1940's and 1950's. One: the Cold War. As part of the Cold War, powerful business and political leaders sought to

5 days ago

Let's Start Here #1 of many

Think about the typical successful Protestant church in the late 1940’s and 1950’s. That church has a healthy membership by our standards. The minister is a white male, and he has a study. That minist

1 week ago

Dialectical Unitarian Universalist Theology - Introduction

Theology (“words about God”) is a conversation across centuries about what is most important in human life. For most of history, the nature of God was considered to be of supreme importance. After all

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