Comments on Proposed 8th Principle

In a debate on June 1, 2021, Rev. Craig Moro shared his thoughts on the Unitarian Universalist Association’s proposed 8th principle.  The debate was sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Multi-cultural Unity Action Council (UUMUAC).  You can view the full debate at this link. We welcome reader’s comments. Subscribe to Comments Subscribe to comments to follow … Read more Comments on Proposed 8th Principle

Another UU Minister Resigns From the UUMA

Published with permission of the author. (Edited 07-29-2021) TO: UUMA Board of Trustees Greetings to you all, I remember all too well the arguments I had with the people who brought me up in rural Maine during the ’60’s. They weren’t pleasant and often I’d say variations of “you just don’t get it!” Now, it’s … Read more Another UU Minister Resigns From the UUMA

How Liberal Religion Supports the Diversity Movement

  By Dr. Maskil David Cycleback (David Cycleback is Director of Center for Artifact Studies, a member of the British Royal Academy of Philosophy and the Oxford University Philosophical Society, and is author of the peer-reviewed university textbooks “A Concise Guide to Neurodiversity,” “Nature and Limits of Human Knowledge” and “Cognitive Science of Religion and … Read more How Liberal Religion Supports the Diversity Movement

Is the UUA Democratically Governed?

“Is the Unitarian Universalist Association democratically governed?” It is a reasonable question. More than a decade after the 2009 Fifth Principle Task Force urged reforms to General Assembly, the institution continues to conduct the business of the Association in ways the report found clearly undemocratic. Consider, for example, that we do not have any collective … Read more Is the UUA Democratically Governed?