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Conrad Wright poses for us this famous question from the Book of Amos: "Can two walk together except they be agreed?" For the orthodox, the answer is often no. For the liberal, yes. But the brevity of the question shouldn't tempt us to conclude that matters are simply settled. Theological and structural diversity make for a "walk" that is never boring, often filled with incident. Such is the story of liberal religion today. Amos' question sets the theme for Wright's newest collection of essays on congregational autonomy in Unitarian Universalist churches. Touching on important historical material, Wright offers the reader stimulating reflections on vexing liberal religious matters that inform both our present and our future.
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