The UUA Bookstore Presents Titles From the General Assembly 2014

The UUA Bookstore Presents Titles From the General Assembly 2014

General Assembly (GA) 2014 was a resounding success. More than 4,700 Unitarian Universalists came together in Providence, RI, for insightful workshops and a chance to connect with our larger faith community. A number of books by prominent Unitarian Universalist authors were popular at this GA. In case you missed getting yours, we offer you a selection here.

The Selma Awakening: How the Civil Rights Movement Tested and Changed Unitarian Universalism by Mark D. Morrison-Reed

"Those of us who are concerned about the UUA's future should resolve to integrate Mark Morrison-Reed's impassioned scholarship in recounting our Selma past into our lifetime learning curricula." -Denise Taft Davidoff, former moderator of the Unitarian Universalist Association

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Not for Ourselves Alone: Theological Essays on Relationship, edited by Laurel Hallman and Burton D. Carley

"This marvelous collection explores relationship as a spiritual discipline. What a needed and timely blessing it is."

-Peter Morales, President, Unitarian Universalist Association

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Children of the Same God: The Historical Relationship Between Unitarianism, Judaism, and Islam by Susan J. Ritchie

"Dr. Ritchie takes her readers on a journey through the history of Unitarian dialogues with Christians, Muslims, and Jews. Readers will realize from the start that it's not the expected journey." -Professor Amy Shuman, Melton Center for Jewish studies, Ohio State University

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Creating Justice Together: Service Projects for Families and Multigenerational Groups,edited by Susan Dana Lawrence

"This good resource is a godsend to parents who are concerned with raising moral children, and who want to embody the values of their faith community." -Karen Bellavance-Grace, Director of Faith Formation, Clara Barton & Massachusetts Bay Districts

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Missionaries, Builders, and Pathfinders: Unitarian Universalist Stories from the Midwest, West, and South, 1830-1930 by Gail Forsyth-Vail and Polly Peterson

Continuing the story begun inStirring the Nation's Heart, this book explores how liberal religion spread into other regions beyond the Northeastern United States.Purchase today.