Freethinking Mystics with Hands: Exploring the Heart of Unitarian Universalism
Owen-Towle's inspiring essays balance Unitarian Universalism's rational, mystical and activist sentiments. An excellent introduction to Unitarian Universalism for newcomers as well as a valuable resource for personal reflection, family sharing and Sunday worship.
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Acquaintance With the Depths
Room for Everyone
Faithful to Beauty and the Humiliated
Where We Are Planted
Open Not Empty Minded
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