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Crossing Paths

Crossing Paths

Visit the Crossroads of Jerusalem’s Most Unique Neighborhoods – National Geographic

https://apple.news/ASKZ8W58-Rlaj9qfS5aMnjQ

A fascinating insight into the crossing paths of those ordinarily divided by faith in Jerusalem from National Geographic.

Unitarianism

Unitarianism

From https://www.unitarian.org.uk

​”FREEDOM, REASON AND TOLERANCE
Unitarianism is an open-minded and welcoming approach to faith that encourages individual freedom, equality for all and rational thought. There is no list of things that Unitarians must believe: instead we think everyone has the right to reach their own conclusions.
We see different opinions and lifestyles as valuable and enriching, and don’t discriminate on grounds of gender age, race, religion or sexual orientation. Although Unitarianism has its roots in Jewish and Christian traditions it is open to insights from all faiths, science, the arts, the natural world and everyday living.
Unitarians characteristically:

  • base beliefs on rational enquiry rather than external authority;
  • accept beliefs can change in the light of new understanding and insight;
  • form principles from conscience, thinking and life experiences;
  • hold reverence for the earth and the whole natural system of which we are part.

We welcome anyone with an open mind who shares our tolerant and inclusive views, who embraces the freedom of being in a faith community that doesn’t impose creeds or specific beliefs, and who bases their approach not on dogma but on reason.

YOUR OWN PERSONAL FAITH, FREE OF DOGMA
Most Unitarians are happy to acknowledge the movement’s roots in christian tradition. Some are glad to call themselves free or liberal Christians. Equally, many find it difficult to come to terms with Judeo-Christianity. Among Unitarians you will find people who have Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Humanist, Buddhist, Pagan and Atheist perspectives – as reflected in our varied and diverse congregations.
Unitarianism encompasses a wide variety of beliefs and there is no creed or holy doctrine that Unitarians must follow or believe. Rather we think respect for integrity is preferable to the pressure to conform, and that the final authority for your own personal faith lies within your own personal conscience.
Our Faith page contains a more detailed information on Unitarian beliefs, including representative thoughts on ‘God’, Jesus and the bible.”

Humanism

Humanism

Humanism

The BHA, “work on behalf of non-religious people who seek to live ethical lives on the basis of reason and humanity. They promote Humanism, a secular state, and equal treatment of everyone regardless of religion or belief.”
How Humanist are you? CLICK HERE to find out!

Sunday Assembly

God(s)

God(s)

Christianity

Islam

Judaism

Hinduism

Sikhism

God(s)?

The existence of an omniscient and omnipresent being is something that has inspired individuals and religious groups since the dawn of civilisation. In this TED playlist, Are You There, God?, this idea is discussed from a variety of perspectives.

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