Montag, 30. Mai 2011
Unitarian Universalism can be, and indeed is, the religion for our time, not because it is better and more insightful than other esteemed religions but because we provide a saving massege of unity and love in a world that is fractured and hurting. Our message that all are precious and unique and at the same time interconnected is one that is potentially transforming, not just for individuals but also for our larger communities and nations. As the Harvard comparative religion professor Diana Eck has put it, "Unitarian Universalism is not the lowest common denominator, it is the highest common calling. The world is in need of your theology."