Newsletters / ULC Newsletter - February, 2016

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Hello February! Appearances by groundhogs, birds, and flowers say spring is nigh.
This month, The Visionary explores whether God belongs in our wallets, and/or if we’ve replaced him with our phones. Another question: should you introduce him to your kids?

The God in Our Pockets

While the SCOTUS ushered in nationwide marriage equality in the U.S. in 2015, the battle for equality still continues as "religious freedom" and LGBTQ advocates continue to clash.
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In God We Trust?

In God We Trust?

A prolific attorney, famous for tackling atheist causes, has filed a case to get the words "In God We Trust" stricken from American currency. Does God have a place on our money?
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These Men Want to Make Rape Legal

A group of men calling themselves "Return of Kings" are touting a neo-masculine philosophy and advocating that rape be made legal, in hopes of elevating men and disciplining women using the "lesson" of rape.
Should Rape Be Legal?

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When You Love an Addict

Most of us will encounter an addict in our lifetimes, and it could very well be someone that you care a great deal for. What’s the best way to handle and addict in your life?
How to Talk to Addicts

Raising Religious Kids

As parents we make thousands of incredibly challenging decisions. Of these, whether or not we should be raising religious kids is perhaps the most consequential one.
How Should We Parent?

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ULC Alpha Omega Stole

Extremely popular, our initial run of these stoles sold out in a matter of weeks. Now fully restocked in every color, we’re proud to offer again these high-quality embroidered stoles in a variety of vivid shades.
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Can't We All Just Get Along?

The ULC is famous for proclaiming that “we are all children of the universe”. In these contentious times, how can we coexist with those who don’t believe like we do?

Why Can't We Be Friends?
Our Facebook friends were excited and intrigued to discuss the curious case of a new Taiwanese church built to resemble a giant high-heeled shoe, in hopes of attracting women to worship services.
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