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by Neal F. Cox, Guest Blogger I am a liberal. I freely admit it. In fact, I will admit to being so liberal I could make Edward Kennedy look like a Ronald Reagan clone. So if what I have to say offends you, simply becau ...

Category: Equal Rights, Social Equality, Social Justice, Pagan

By Rev. Thaddeus Ping I am writing a few words about homosexuality and why it is neither sinful nor immoral. For the record I am completely heterosexual. I was raised as a Catholic, and in my younger years was much les ...

Category: Equal Rights, Guest Blogger, Human Rights, Social Equality

By: Steven Friedman - Guest Bloggger I heard the anxiety in my mother's voice when I announced some thirty years ago that I no longer believed in God. "Maybe you should talk to someone," she said. I was 19 and a sopho ...

Category: Guest Blogger, Spirituality, Judaism

By: Wendy Rae - Guest ULC Ministries Blogger You Are Energy Did you know that your well-being vibrates and communicates to the universe and others in an invisible and undetected way? While raising your vibration has be ...

Category: Guest Blogger, Spirituality

In 1911 The Order of the Eastern Star was founded to proclaim the coming of the World Teacher that had been sought by the Theosophical Society. In 1912 Krishnamurti, who had been born in 1895 into a modest Brahmin home i ...

Category: Guest Blogger, Bruce Magnotti, Eastern Philosophy

The fundamental rights put forth in the Constitution of the United States of America have been under assault since the document was ratified on September 17th, 1787 in Philadelphia. The Constitution was almost impossible ...

Category: Freedom, Freedom of Religion, Human Rights

The Jews greatly anticipated Christ's arrival as King. Throughout the Old Testament Scriptures prophets foretold of a Messiah that would save Israel from oppression and bring peace to the earth. Prophets uttered these pr ...

Category: Jesus Christ, Christianity

Proponents of faith healing may believe that God is more powerful than modern medicine, or fear interfering with God's will, or their religious doctrines may prohibit them from undergoing certain procedures. Sometimes th ...

Category: Faith Healing, Freedom of Religion

When we hunted the land for our food and slept under the stars or in caves, we were considered primitive. When we did not worship gods or deities but the earth and stars in the sky, we were called uncivilized. Man unders ...

Category: Religion, Social Justice

Throughout the modern world and the history of man, few social questions have been quite so divisive as those concerning the morality surrounding homosexuality. Much like similar social topics, views on homosexuality c ...

Category: Religion, Social Justice