Edited by Kendyl L. R. Gibbons and William R. Murry
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Published 2017 by Skinner House Books
Two dozen essays by UU Humanist thinkers and leaders, covering Humanist identity, diversity, social action, religious education and community. This is a rich affirmation of a dynamic tradition.
What Others are Saying:
“This much-needed volume illustrates the wisdom, charm, passion, and insight (as well as some of the frustrations and limitations) that characterize contemporary religious Humanism.”
- Rev. William Schulz