Charles Butterfield: Why I Am Not Yet a Buddhist
Unitarian Universalism is hard to define. This is because it is composed of many quite distinct faiths. While all UUs are freely seeking truth and meaning, they choose different ways. There is strength in diversity, but only if the diversity is acknowledged and honored. In Sunday’s service, Charles Butterfield contrasts two distinctly different UU tracks, Buddhism and Humanism, and explains why he has (so far) chosen the humanist path.