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The Complete Yet Another Unitarian Universalist, 2006 By Dan Harper
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The collected posts and comments from the blog "Yet Another Unitarian Universalist" from the year 2006.
The Complete Yet Another Unitarian Universalist, 2009 By Dan Harper
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The collected posts and comments from the blog "Yet Another Unitarian Universalist" from the year 2009.
Saint Francis for Unitarian Universalists, and Other Essays By Jonathan Mawdsley
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This book provides a brief exploration of the teachings and legacy of Saint Francis from a Unitarian Universalist perspective, and also includes a series of short homilies and lay sermons that were... More > given by the author at the Paint Branch Unitarian Universalist Church in Adelphi, Maryland, between 2013 and 2015.< Less
101 Reasons I'm a Unitarian Universalist By Edward Searl Jeff Briere
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This collection, 101 brief sketches, represents Ed's and Jeff’s personal approaches to Unitarian Universalism, while providing a sweeping perspective of two centuries of a living tradition... More > both authors dearly love. This collection is designed to be an informative resource for newcomers as well as appeal to the most seasoned Unitarian Universalist.< Less
101 Reasons I'm a Unitarian Universalist By Edward Searl Jeff Briere
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This collection, 101 brief sketches, represents Ed's and Jeff’s personal approaches to Unitarian Universalism, while providing a sweeping perspective of two centuries of a living tradition... More > both authors dearly love. This collection is designed to be an informative resource for newcomers as well as appeal to the most seasoned Unitarian Universalist.< Less
Newborn Bards: A Theology of Preaching for Unitarian Universalists By Matthew Johnson-Doyle
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Though preaching matters greatly to Unitarian Universalists, we have not seriously engaged the theology of preaching. This book corrects this error by explaining the major themes of current Unitarian... More > Universalist theology and applying these themes to the traditional questions of homiletics: the church, God, text, worship, and authority. Major homiletic thinkers are analyzed from a UU perspective, and suggestions are made for how to put these theories of preaching to use in our context. The author, the Rev. Dr. Matthew Johnson-Doyle, has 10 years of parish ministry experience. He received his D.Min. in Preaching from Iliff School of Theology in 2010.< Less
Unitarian Universalists of Color: Stories of Struggle, Courage, Love and Faith By Yuri Yamamoto
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Members of Unitarian Universalist congregations are predominantly white, upper middle class and highly educated. People of color often feel marginalized in such settings despite the denomination's... More > interest in becoming more diverse. Yuri Yamamoto, Chandra Snell and Tim Hanami started a project to publish stories of Unitarian Universalists of color in an effort to lift up voices from the margins and to make our congregations more welcoming. Fifteen contributors share their stories of love, challenges, faith journeys, hope and despair. Also included is the transcript of a panel workshop based on the stories at the Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly in 2015. Unitarian Universalist educators, Jessica York and Mark Hicks, Ed.D. contributed Foreword (York), Afterword (Hicks) and an article for moving forward (Hicks). Various resources for individuals and congregations are provided in the appendix. Cover art is “Pink Ribbon Yoga” by Yun Soo-Hoo. https://UUofColorStoryProject.com/< Less
Unitarian Universalists of Color: Stories of Struggle, Courage, Love and Faith By Yuri Yamamoto et al.
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Members of Unitarian Universalist congregations are predominantly white, upper middle class and highly educated. People of color often feel marginalized in such settings despite the denomination's... More > interest in becoming more diverse. Yuri Yamamoto, Chandra Snell and Tim Hanami started a project to publish stories of Unitarian Universalists of color in an effort to lift up voices from the margins and to make our congregations more welcoming. Fifteen contributors share their stories of love, challenges, faith journeys, hope and despair. Also included is the transcript of a panel workshop based on the stories at the Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly in 2015. Unitarian Universalist educators, Jessica York and Mark Hicks, Ed.D. contributed Foreword (York), Afterword (Hicks) and an article for moving forward (Hicks). Various resources for individuals and congregations are provided in the appendix. Cover art is “Pink Ribbon Yoga” by Yun Soo-Hoo. https://UUofColorStoryProject.com/< Less
The Church at the End of Portland Street, 2nd Ed. By First Universalist
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A 2nd Edition in 2014 was inspired by the discovery of an 1857 journal and an early 20th century photograph. A total of ten photos were added, including the only known image of the original... More > Universalist chapel. Interviews in 2012 with more than 30 long-time "UUs" tell the story of how one small church in Yarmouth, Maine, adapted to changing times as a result of an historic 1961 nationwide merger of two faiths: Unitarianism and Universalism. A "non-creedal faith" with 7 principles resulted. That merger happened more than 50 years ago. What effect did it have on this small New England community? As subsequent decades unfolded--and the church nearly closed in 1979--how do current and long-time members tell the story? This book is an oral history, crafted completely of interview quotes. 100+ photos, most in full color; several historic b&w images.< Less
Stephen Fritchman: American Unitarians and Communism (hardcover) By Charles W. Eddis
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Stephen Fritchman: The American Unitarians and Communism – A History with Documents. Author Charles Eddis, who was there, tells in detail how the American Unitarians struggled to reconcile... More > hopes and good intentions with painful political realities emerging after World War II. The AUA (American Unitarian Association) awoke to find powerful pro-Soviet supporters — including Fritchman — in charge of their official magazine, their youth program, and their relief work in postwar Europe. The book’s broad historical canvas includes the FBI, the OSS (predecessor of the CIA), Soviet spies and agents, Stalin, and the US Communist Party set in the context of the ongoing evolution of American political radicalism. "A very credible, accurate, well-balanced and humane study of the people who figured in this chapter in American Unitarian history, the issues at stake, the drama that unfolded." J. Ron Engel. retired professor, Meadville/Lombard Theological School, University of Chicago.< Less

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The Auctioneer's Apprentice  A Parable For Living An Abundant Life The Auctioneer's... By Chad Coe
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