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Complicating the Great Reformation: Dialectical Theology (Part 11 of many)

There was a Great Reformation of Unitarian Universalism beginning in the early 1970's. In my previous post, I ascribed this to the empowerment of women as both professional religious leaders and in la

20 hours ago

The Great Reformation (Dialectical Theology, Part 10 of many)

Women. Women remade Unitarian Universalism from the early 70's on. That process is still going on. I can't recount that history; I just want to more accurately frame it. The transformation has been so

1 day ago

The DNA always carries on (Dialectical Theology, Part 9 of Many)

If you have not yet read Mark Morrison-Reed’s history of the Black Empowerment Controversy, do so as soon as possible. Is there any period of time when the interplay of historical developments outside

2 weeks ago

Reflection on Merger (Dialectical Theology Part 8 of many)

I wonder if the UUA's stuckness on race isn't built into our DNA, established at the time of merger. As I have mentioned before, our formation came in a particular time of history (1961) and at a part

01/16/2019 10:23:00 AM

What's In Our DNA (Dialectical Theology, part 7 of many)

The institutional DNA of the Unitarian Universalist Association was established at the time of merger. (I am talking about the UUA, not individual congregations, or this larger thing of the "liberal r

01/10/2019 12:10:00 PM