Early this past week, a third-year student at a rural state college wrote an editorial for the newspaper there, noting that “in a country that prides itself on being the land of equality, we are not all equal, not even close.”
Sermons by Rev. Marti Keller
Rev. Keller explores topics of everyday spirituality, prophetic witness, religious feminisms, and intra-religious teachings. She is especially sought for her contributions exploring the place of Judaism within and without Unitarian Universalism and for the individual.
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Yesterday and into the early hours of this morning, Atlanta welcomed back Music Midtown after a five-year hiatus.
I was not only a Boomer baby, I was a Cold War baby, born in that long era of fear of Soviet attack…
Almost August in one of the hottest summers on record and my nuclear family — an empty-nesting couple and our three dogs — spends the long evenings inside our air conditioned bungalow, holed up with our other family of choice…
A wise Greek wrote that all is one, yet everything comes in season.