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Contemporary Issues in UU Theology: Is Theological Unity Necessary?

Do we need more theological unity in Unitarian Universalism?

Should we Unitarian Universalists try to find more commonly held beliefs or viewpoints, or should we try to be a religion where you can believe whatever you want?

Our two ministers, Amy Zucker Morgenstern and Dan Harper, will each give their own unique views on this topic, and then engage participants in the conversation. Expect lively debate, intellectual fireworks, and lots of fun! Dan and Amy will begin the conversation online, at, on January 15. (This program is part of an occasional series on contemporary issues in theology.)

It will be held in the Fireside Room at UUCPA.

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  • Henry R.

    Will be attending 'Dark Matter' discussion at SF Meetup during this time frame so is anyone going to be audio recording this Fireside Room event?

    January 30, 2013

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