I understand that folks are upset by the recent use of the "p-word" by a Unitarian Universalist Association spokesperson after the recent Knoxville shooting. I've got several comments about this in my last blog article ("'Postchristianity' and the Future of Unitarian Universalism in North America").
But I'm going to post this question to see if we can get folks to focus on the long-term demographic trends in North America that point towards a postchristian society:
If we end up with a postchristian society similar to Western European societies where religion fulfills at most a cultural, symbolic, and ceremonial role, what is our future as a Unitarian Universalist movement in this postchristian society?
I would like to focus on this question and how it might affect future Unitarian Universalist growth and survival.