The Reverend Craig Roshaven, my minister, mentor, friend, and former boss, was fond of quoting Mark Twain: “faith is believing what any fool knows ain't so.” Unitarian Universalists scoff at beliefs, sometimes saying that we don’t believe anything, sometimes saying we can believe whatever we want to. Or we place the problem of believing beyond the realm of Unitarian Universalism by asserting that beliefs are in persons, not churches. Believing things, according to popular Unitarian Universalist lore, is either not important or not our problem. Let's talk about believing.
Guest Speaker Rev. Philip Douglas is a transition coach from the UUA, Southern District supporting Wildflower in its ministerial search.