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For the Sake of Clarity Selected Sermons and Addresses

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ISBN-10: 0879757841

ISBN-13: 9780879757847

Edition: N/A

Authors: Stephen H. Fritchman, Fritchman Publication Committee Staff

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What is Unitarian Universalism and how does it fit into the religious landscape of America? How does Unitarian Universalism differ from other churches? What do Unitarian Universalists stand for and how have they contributed to the betterment of the human condition? These are just some of the concerns that occupied the fertile mind of Stephen H Fritchman (1902-1981), one of America's best known Unitarian ministers. 'For the Sake of Clarity' commemorates the life and work of this leading figure in American liberal religion.
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List price: $42.99
Publisher: Prometheus Books, Publishers
Publication date: 12/1/1992
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 431
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.694
Language: English

On the Consolidation of the Unitarian Universalist Association
Reply to Doctoral Degree Award Presented by the Starr King School for the Ministry in San Rafael, California
Presentation of the Holmes-Weatherly Award to Dr. Fritchman, 1969
Dr. Fritchman's Message to Friends Attending His Tribute Dinner
For the Sake of Clarity: An Address on What Unitarians Are Not - and What They Are
How Do Unitarians Think of Jesus?
Should the Church Stay Out of Politics?
How Do Unitarians Face Death?
The Church and Anticommunism
That Vastly Overrated Bestseller: The Bible
The Curia and the Bishops: A Discussion of the Second Session of the Vatican II Council
Why Do Churches Panic at the Word "Socialism"?
Our Society
America's Unconscious Giant: The Men and Women of Labor
Do We Have Freedom of the Press?
Is Death Row Necessary?: A Reconsideration of Capital Punishment
Are We Accepting a Cult of Violence?
The Indian in America Today
Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness: The Informer in Contemporary America
The Contribution of the Negro Woman to American History
On the Taking of Life: Can We Curb Our Passion for Violence?
All Persons Held as Slaves: The Centenary of the Emancipation Proclamation
The Morality of Civil Disobedience
Do Women Like It as It Is?
How Free Should Free Speech Be?
Statement before the House Un-American Activities Committee in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
Statement Following a Service at the First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles Concerning the House Un-American Activities Committee
Statements by Rev. Fritchman and the Board of Trustees of the First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles Concerning HUAC and the National Conference of the Committee for the Protection of the Foreign Born
Why I Am Not Cooperating with the Hearings of the House Committee on Un-American Activities: Statement Before the Committee
Discovering Our Arab Neighbors: An Address on the Aspirations of the Peoples of the Middle East
Celebrating Our Test Oath Victory with a Forward Look
Address at the Plenary Session of the Tenth Congress of the World Council of Peace in Stockholm, Sweden
Our Bad Conscience about Panama: The Discovery of a Lost Word - "Imperialism"
The Curse of Vietnam: Brutalization of the American Soul
The Colossus of the North: The United States in Latin America Today
Toward Sanity in the Israeli-Arab Struggle: What Have We Learned in the Past Four Months?
And Who Are Our Allies?
: The Human Condition
Out of This World: The Curse of Cynicism
Are Mixed Marriages Successful?
Frozen and Bleeding Hearts
The Challenge and Delights of Getting Older
Biographical Sketches
Schweitzer, Gandhi, and the Common Man
The Paralysis of the Liberal: An Address Celebrating the 206th Birthday of Thomas Jefferson
The Rediscovery of Thomas Jefferson on His 219th Birthday
George Bernard Shaw: An Appreciation
A Forgotten American: Eugene V. Debs
Michael Servetus: Advocate of Liberty
Eulogy to Dr. Albert Einstein
Clarence Darrow: Citizen Extraordinary - A Memorial Tribute
John Milton: Advocate of Freedom - Tribute on His 250th Birthday
The Hammer and the Forge: Theodore Parker - A Centenary Sermon
Remarks at a Dinner Honoring Dr. Linus Pauling and Ava Helen Pauling
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