Wednesday, February 16, 2011
The Pluralism Question within Unitarian Universalism
One of the biggest questions that I think Unitarian Universalism needs to answer in the coming years is whether or not it is a way in and of itself, or whether it is an eclectic collection of various way-followers. This isn't exactly earth-shattering. People have been mulling over this problem for a while. But I've recently been thinking about my own path as a Christian, and where I run into the most friction with other UUs.
Let's leave the "should be's" and "could be's" aside and first assess the current environment. Are we an eclectic group of religious people marching on our own paths? Or are we a group of agnostics who want to make a difference in the world?
All judgment aside (I'll leave that for the next post...) I'm curious about what you all, my readers, think the current state of Unitarian Universalism is in terms of spiritual enrichment.
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