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A Chosen Faith : An Introduction to Unitarian Universalism

 by John A. Buehrens and Forrest Church

Wonderful book! This book provides a simple explanation of what Unitarian Universalism is, along with history of our denomination and information about important UU leaders. It is well-written and interesting, not a "dry read" at all. I purchased it for my husband, who was new to UUism, but wound up devoring it myself. Good for non-members and "old-timers" alike!

God and Other Famous Liberals : Recapturing Bible, Flag, and Family from the Far Right

 by F. Forrester Church

 With history and the Holy Scriptures as his guide, the Reverend Forrest Church takes on the religious right and political conservatives on three fronts: religion, patriotism, and family values. Emphasizing the strong connection between liberalism and democracy, he debunks the myth of the moral superiority of the conservative viewpoint.

Finding Your Religion : When the Faith You Grew Up With Has Lost Its Meaning

 by Rev. Scotty McLennan

 Finding Your Religion is a guidebook for those who have lost faith in the religion of their youth and are not sure how to continue their spiritual lives. The book's author, the Rev. Scotty McLennan, is a Unitarian minister and the chaplain at Tufts University. (He has also inspired and entertained millions of people indirectly, as the model for the freewheeling character Reverend Scott Sloan in Garry Trudeau's comic strip Doonesbury.)

The Jefferson Bible : The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth

 by Thomas Jefferson

In 1816, Thomas Jefferson gathered together sections of the Bible and arranged them in a certain order by time or subject. Its teachings influenced his statesmanship and certainly contributed to his larger concept for building an improved society. This reference opens a fascinating window into the mind of one of our country's most important social architects.

The Miracle of Mindfulness : A Manual on Meditation

 by Thich Nhat Hanh

 

A world-renowned Zen master, Nhat Hanh weaves practical instruction with anecdotes and other stories to show how the meditative mind can be achieved at all times and how it can help us all "reveal and heal." Nhat Hanh is a master at helping us find a calm refuge within ourselves and teaching us how to reach out from there to the rest of the world.

Salted With Fire: Unitarian Universalist Strategies for Sharing Faith and Growing Congregations

 by Scott W. Alexander

 

This is a dynamic book and it's not just about church growth. If you have an interest in UU R.E., keeping our UU raised adults, conducting good worship services, etc., this is the book for you. I cannot recommend it highly enough -- it is terrific.