Like my Unitarian Universalist faith, my family’s beliefs and holiday practices have always been a little eclectic. We UUs don’t really have any holidays unique to our faith. The closest, […]
“Learn to live your life with all your heart, and all your soul, and all your mind, and love all humankind as you would love yourself.“ This summer I traveled […]
While Paul Ryan described his position that is both personally and politically pro-life, Joe Biden’s position was more my style. As a women who may one day need safe access to abortion, and as an advocate for religious liberty, Biden’s answer hit home for me…
It seems to me that all too often, policies which in reality limit religious liberty are sold to the populous on the grounds of “freedom of religion” and voted or signed in to law without much more thought. In a state where, according to the 2008 American Religious Identification Survey, only 3% of the population is a part of a religion other than Christianity (fourteen percent identify as Nones and five percent refused to answer the survey), campaign rhetoric often focuses on which candidate is a “better” Christian, and doesn’t say much about policy.