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Barbara Bradley Hagerty This nonfiction work by Barbara Bradley Hagerty explores the connection between the physical and the spiritual. Bradley Hagerty, a correspondent for NPR, attempts to answer the fundamental questi ...

Category: ULC Books

The Large Hadron Collider outside of Geneva was constructed in hopes that it would offer us a window in on the subatomic world. It is a massive underground track where protons are smashed together to creat ...

Category: Religion Science Technology

Over the course of the last few decades vintage and retro styles have become all the rage. Pleated jeans, big sunglasses andâ religion? It is true that recently Paganism and Wicca, old religions, have been g ...

Category: Weddings Pagan

Although a necessary part of any society, taxes are becoming continuously more cumbersome and complicated with an ever growing list of regulation and rules that rarely translate from person to person. Here at the ULC Min ...

Category: Guest Blogger

His Holiness Dalai Lama and Howard C. Cutler, M.D. "â If you want others to be happy, practice compassion; and if you want yourself to be happy, practice compassion.' The Buddhist tradition has, like many o ...

Category: ULC Books

On April 3, 2011 word leaked that famous Chinese artist and noted critic of Chinese government, Ai Weiwei is missing after being detained by the Chinese government at the Beijing Airport. He tweeted that he and his assis ...

Category: Politics

Online ordination is a new hot button issue in religion today with some questioning its validity and bemoaning the secularization of a hallowed institution while others rejoice in the opportunity to have their most sacre ...

Category: Freedom of Religion Human Rights Religion Social Equality Social Justice

The notion of the earthquake and tsunami being divine retribution is a familiar to many, and, understandably, this attitude has caused great concern among those whose mission is to help people, including the Universal Li ...

Category: Aid Disasters Japan Tsunami

contributed by Kenneth Montville, Norfolk Atheism Examiner As far back into our history as we can go, humans have always maintained some semblance of religion or spirituality. Myths, superstitions, cults and spiritual b ...

Category: Religion

by: Kate Hawkes In my first ULC guest blog, I am jumping right into the heart of my current work. This has been a year of emergence into transformation. After a limbo period, I have now shed potential partners like snak ...

Category: Health and Wellness