Why We Cherish Our Doubts

Why we cherish our doubts is an examination of the considerable gulf between the Unitarian Universalist population and the populations following other major religions. How is it that in other religions a heretic is at best tolerated but might be shunned or even literally burned alive for refusing to believe a revealed or accepted truth as prescribed by religious professionals, while Unitarian Universalist congregations such as this one are free to openly question theological assumptions or dogma while generally embracing ethical conclusions that we have collectively vetted with reasoning?

Michael Causey is our current president and has been a member of U2C3 for 16 years. During that time, he has served the congregation as a Youth Advisor, Stewardship Campaign Chair, member of the Minister Search Committee, and Vice President.

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