'history' Tagged Posts
Singing for our Lives
Union Sunday & the Baltimore Sermon, Part 3
A Unitarian Mother’s Day
Union Sunday & the Baltimore Sermon, Part 2
Union Sunday and the Baltimore Sermon of 1819
Remembering Union Sunday
Joseph Priestley: Radical Immigrant
The Monument Man
To Borrow a Phrase
Although Unitarian Universalism is often thought of as a religion favored by progressives, blog post author Jim Caldiero thinks that Donald Trump would have been “yuugely” delighted with Millard Fillmore, the fourth Unitarian to hold the office of President of the United States.
In a Washington Post op-ed piece, journalist Linda Hirshman suggests that “To Resist a Trump Presidency, ask: ‘What Would the Abolitionists Do?’” Let’s examine a little piece of Unitarian history that helps us answer that question.