In this program, Dennis Wholey has a conversation about Unitarian Universalism with the Reverend Shana Lynngood of All Souls Church, Unitarian, in Washington, D.C. Topics of discussion include the guiding principles of UUism, such as the unconditional acceptance of all people; the history of UUism and its constituent antecedents, Unitarianism and Universalism; and the vital importance of keeping religion relevant to contemporary life. In addition, the history of ASCU, the makeup of its congregation, and details of the worship service are outlined by the Reverend Louise Green, minister of social justice.
Basic Philosophy of the Church (3:14) -- Core Purpose of Unitarian Universalist Church (1:28) -- History of Unitarian Universalism (4:12) -- Universal Salvation and Concept of Evil (2:42) -- Consolidated of Unitarians and Universalists in 1961. (1:57) -- Equality and Justice in the Unitarian Universalist Tradition (3:59) -- Unitarian Universalist Sunday Service (3:12) -- Ordination of Ministers in the Unitarian Universalist Church (3:15) -- Personal Philosophy of a Unitarian Universalist Minister (1:05)
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