I am happy to announce that a new book about Unitarian Identity has just been published by the International Council of Unitarians and Universalists. Best of all, it is available in electronic form for free!
Entitled “Belonging: Our Unitarian Identities and the Nature of Our Relations“, it is the proceedings of the 3rd ICUU Theological Symposium at the ancient monastery at Rolduc in the Netherlands in 2010. I had the pleasure of attending. Click the link and download your pdf copy.
The essays cover a range of identity topics including relations to nature and the environment, covenants that bind us, concerns for Justice and even a stab at creating a systematic theology. There are essayists from South Africa, Philippines, Burundi, the USA, UK and Transylvania.
What I like most about the book is how it shows the enormous breadth of interest and thinking among Unitarians around the globe. What we share is the struggle to define ourselves in ways that are relevant and meaningful given the context of the places where we each live.
So here is your chance to add a useful work to your personal library for free. Enjoy.