Some critics see our absence of a creed as evidence that Unitarian Universalism is not a real religion. Others say that our acceptance of believers from various faith traditions proves we have no core beliefs of our own.
Are we, indeed, members of a real religion? Linda will explore how Unitarian Universalism stacks up when measured by traditional and contemporary definitions of religion. And she will discuss whether it is possible to be a religious Unitarian Universalist.
About our Speaker:
Linda and her husband Dale have been members of Buckman Bridge church for seven years. Linda has to admit that she originally joined to make friends. But in the past year or two, she has begun to explore the church’s deeper meaning in her life. This sermon is part of that exploration.