Things Many of Us Believe and Practice

What is the basis on which Unitarian Universalists can act together for the good of the religion and the world?

This is one such set of ideas:

  1. Unitarian Universalism is an emerging religion, distinct from its sources. It is a sufficient religious identity in and of itself.
  2. Unitarian Universalism is humanistic in the sense that it holds human problems require human actions in response.
  3. Unitarian Universalism contains multiple theologies which hold similar attitudes toward the world and how we are to act in it.
  4. Unitarian Universalism contains many, often conflicting, ideas about ultimate and transcendental questions.
  5. Unitarian Universalism requires covenantal relationship but it does not require congregational membership.
  6. Unitarian Universalism requires action in support of belief by both groups and individuals.
  7. Unitarian Universalism is more important than the organizations which support it. (Added shortly after first publication.)

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