A Chosen Faith: An Introduction to Unitarian Universalism (Paperback)

A Chosen Faith: An Introduction to Unitarian Universalism By John A. Buehrens, Forrest Church Cover Image

A Chosen Faith: An Introduction to Unitarian Universalism (Paperback)

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An updated edition of the classic text on the history and beliefs of the Unitarian Universalism—from a senior minister of the Unitarian Church
 
For those contemplating religious choices, Unitarian Universalism offers an appealing alternative to religious denominations that stress theological creeds over individual conviction and belief.
 
Featuring two new chapters, a revealing and entertaining foreword by best-selling author Robert Fulghum, and a new preface by UU moderator Denise Davidoff, this updated edition of the classic introductory text on Unitarian Universalism explores the many sources of the living tradition of this ‘chosen faith’.
John A. Buehrens was President of the Unitarian Universalist Association. He served for twenty years as a parish minister in Knoxville, Dallas, and New York City. Forrest Church, minister of the Unitarian Church of All Souls in New York, is the author of many books, most recently God and Other Famous Liberals and Life Lines.
Product Details ISBN: 9780807016176
ISBN-10: 0807016179
Publisher: Beacon Press
Publication Date: June 1st, 1998
Pages: 256
Language: English
Learn here why definitions of the sacred in Unitarian Universalist churches are attracting ever larger and ever more grateful and reverent congregations every Sunday. --Kurt Vonnegut

"Only a free faith, a chosen faith, offers the kind of engagement that wakes us up to ourselves and makes us willing to risk what we have for what we could become. This splendid book invites us to consider just such a faith." --Marilyn Sewell

"This is simply superb. I know of nothing comparable to it. The old-timer as well as the 'come-outer' will find [A] Chosen Faith irresistible. It will be a gift for everyone, for the minister, for the laity, for theological students. Engaging, seductive, infectious. --James Luther Adams