There's a new poll out from the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life that documents the religious eclecticism of Americans.
There's much to dive into here--far more than I can get to in one post right now.
But to start with, it's one more example of how the pluralistic values at the heart of Unitarian Universalism are mirrored in the wider culture far beyond our own tiny numbers.
To be sure, there's also a much larger discussion to which this can give rise, about the tension within religion between being a cultural force and a counter-cultural one. I may try to post some thoughts about that later, too.
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