The second book in a series on the seven principles of Unitarian Universalism is now available. The purchase of these books and materials supports the work of this online magazine. Your purchases are very much appreciated and your sharing this information with other people you think might be interested is very much appreciated as well.
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This book of 11 reflections on the second principle of Unitarian Universalism, “to covenant to affirm and promote justice, equity, and compassion” is a gem. This principle rolls easily off the tongue with its triadic meter and yet when deconstructed, unpacked, is probably more than most people would bargain for. Markham argues that the application of this principle is counter cultural and places the devout and committed Unitarian Universalist at odds with the predominant, conventional, American Culture. Not only for Unitarian Universalists, this book is of interest to all those reflecting on The Good Life and what its most basic virtues of justice, equity, and compassion entail. It lends itself to personal reflection as well as to group discussion. It is highly recommended for those who want to dig deeper into the meanings of the most basic and the most fundamental of human values.