Agreeing to Disagree: Pluralism in Our Past, Present & Future

Amidst the Radical Reformation of the 1500’s, the only Unitarian kingdom in history declared freedom of conscience and religious toleration. 400 years later, the Unitarian Universalist faith moved beyond Christianity to draw inspiration from many sources. This means that the person sitting next to you at church probably has beliefs that differ from yours. Rev. Alison offers tools for translating religious language from sources other than your own, and reminds us that while our beliefs may be different, we are all accountable to our shared values and the principles we affirm and promote.

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