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Who in the World am I?

Isn't that a question we all struggle with! One of the great things about this fourm program is that you can edit your posts... I would hate to be tied into one definition of myself that I can never adapt!

Hello Everyone! My name is David, and I am a UU Seminary Student, who is working to become a U.S. Army Chaplain. Until sometime this summer, I am the Fellowship Administrator and Student-minister of the UU Fellowship of Galveston County ( on Galveston Island, Texas.

Theologically, I am a Universalist Dynamic Deist, and if you figure out what that means, please send me a PM or email and let me know, because I am always figuring it out for myself. But that is the great thing about picking fuzzy labels, you are able to work within them!

Holiness and Wholeness

In the United States, an unknown arsonist recently destroyed small churches. In Iraq, Sunni-Shia enmity has destroyed the Golden Mosque of Samara and othe mosques. I believe that people of faith need to look carefully at these losses of holy space, for holy space is space where people can become whole We cannot bring back the churches and mosques, nor can we heal the emotional wounds of the people who cared about them, or destroyed them. What we can do is to take great care, in our places of worship and in ourselves, to create wholeness, love, and beauty, and to share those with others as we can. Erik Felker February 2006

To Re-Enchant the World: A Philosophy of

To Re-Enchant the World: A Philosophy of Unitarian Universalism
By Richard Grigg
100pp. Xlibris. $17.84
ISBN: 1413466915

The central claim of Richard Grigg’s “To Re-Enchant the World: A Philosophy of Unitarian Universalism” is to show “…that contemporary Unitarian Universalism, with its unique ability to bring together a plethora of different spiritualities within a single community, is a particularly powerful site for the re-enchantment of the world, for the rebirth of the sacred.” (p.13)

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Acknowledgments is made possible in part by generous support from the Fahs Collaborative