03 July 2009

Richard Feynman on doubt, uncertainty, and religion

As a religious tradition, Unitarian Universalism has been very comfortable embracing doubt and uncertainty (and they share this with other liberal religious traditions).

And this may be one reason that we seem to have growth issues -- it's not easy to market uncertainty (at least that's what I've read on the UU-Leaders email list from UU church consultant Mike Durall).

1 comment:

Bill Baar said...

Most UU's I know are certain someone is wrong... certain most everyone is wrong....

...our certainty someone else wrong and our enthusiasm volunteering our negative opinion may be the one thing that really hampers growth.