Tag Archives: Beloved Conversations

The Spiritual Prison of Bias and Stereotype

Tuesday, January 14, was the birthday of the prophet Muhammad, the founder of Islam.  The celebration of his birth,  moves around in our calendar, as does Ramadan, because the Muslim world uses a lunar calendar. There are approximately 2.1 billion … Continue reading

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Beloved Conversations: Meditations on Race and Ethnicity

Beloved Conversations Peter Farriday Racial and ethnic diversity is a rich topic in Unitarian Universalism today, both at the national level and among many congregations. At Neighborhood Church, the recent congregational assessment done by consultant Tony Robinson stated that “a … Continue reading

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Beloved Conversations: Meditations on Race and Ethnicity

Beloved Conversations Peter Farriday Racial and ethnic diversity is a rich topic in Unitarian Universalism today, both at the national level and among many congregations. At Neighborhood Church, the recent congregational assessment done by consultant Tony Robinson stated that “a … Continue reading

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