The Future of Unitarian-Universalism and other Pagan News of Note

Top Story: The Religion News Service is featuring a story (alternate link) on the 50th anniversary of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), and whether the shrinking (162,800 members, down 1,400 from last year) creedless denomination can endure for another fifty years. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wezp1W2HKlU"For 50 years the UUA has conducted a virtually unprecedented experiment: advancing a religion without doctrine, hoping that welcoming communities and shared political … [Read more...]

What Does the New Christian Missionary Code of Conduct Mean?

A coalition that claims to represent around 90% of the world's Christians, the World Council of Churches (WCC), the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue (PCID), and the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA), have released joint recommendations for the conduct of Christian missionaries. This document is the result of five years of consultations among the three bodies, and is being touted as "a major achievement" in building consensus on the issue among Christians. “In the past five years we … [Read more...]

Breaking: New Mexico Fires Threaten Pagan Learning Center

Ardantane

The raging Las Conchas wildfire in New Mexico, which has been threatening the Los Alamos National Laboratory, is also within 20 miles of Ardantane, a Pagan learning center in the Jemez Mountains. According to the Covenant of the Goddess (COG) PIO blog, there's no immediate danger as "wind is blowing in a direction away from Ardantane and towards Los Alamos."Here's a statement released today by Ardantane: "By now, many of you have heard that a huge wildfire is raging in the Jemez … [Read more...]

Will Gay Marriage Mean More Religious Pluralism?

It is far too easy to quote the (largely Christian) opponents to New York's decision adopting same-sex marriage and use it to make some larger point. You've got the Catholic Bishop of Brooklyn advising his flock to shun lawmakers who voted for same-sex marriage, you've got the Family Research Council making some disturbing allusions about the Empire State Building, and you have presidential candidate Rep. Michelle Bachmann trying to be simultaneously for states rights and a Con … [Read more...]


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