05.27.18 Coming Soon: "New Wine in a New Wineskin: The Hope of Unitarian Universalism" (Rev. Tom Schmidt)
Every religion, including ours, has its roots in something much older. In the early days of Christianity, it was just one of many sects of Judaism. Both the Unitarian and Universalist traditions began as different branches of Christianity. Most would now agree that while we are inclusive of the Christian tradition, we are no longer exclusively Christian. This evolution took well over a century, but it now safe to say that our tradition is something completely unique. Yet, even though our ways have evolved with time, our means have not. What might Unitarian Universalism look like if it were freed from the archaic modes of operation we inherited from the past?