The Wild Makes Us Whole

If we allow the wild world to be destroyed, we will lose our ability to be fully human. We will lose the place in which the wholeness of our humanity can be realized. The spiritual practice of communing with nature awakens both a deep love for the natural world and awareness of the profound need

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What If We Were #1

This morning we consider alternative history. What if Bishop Arius had won at the Council of Nicea in 325 AD, and unitarian rather than trinitarian theology had become the norm in early Christianity? How would Unitarianism have fared?

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And Service Is Its Prayer

In the middle of the holiday season, how can we imagine service as one of the themes of Advent? Service can mean many things: support, reaching out, donating to causes, working at a soup kitchen. Service can also mean a willingness to go without for the sake of others.

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