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Growing up Absorbed: Religious Education Among the Unitarian Universalists

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356 pages6 hours

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How long does it take to grow a soul, to love and to be loved, and to help repair the world? One lifetime, so it is best to be totally engaged in the process. Growing Up Absorbed follows the journey from cradle to grave through an education focus. There are no shortcuts in this spiritual pilgrimage. It can be hard, but we are companioned along the way. What happens is what Gilbert calls spiritual osmosis, absorbing what the world has to teach us and passing on what we have learned: an absorbing business.

Within these covers lies a history of religious education in the Unitarian Universalist tradition, with reflections on faith development in the 21st century. Beginning with Walt Whitmans poem A Child Went Forth as a metaphor, the author concludes with life questions that empty the room. He finds the journey has its valleys, plateaus and mountain peaks, and is no casual matter. Gilbert shares his excitement on making the journey.

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