A Unitarian Universalist Soteriology

Scott writes: Perhaps the most difficult and vexing of all the traditional theological words for Unitarian Universalists is “Salvation.” To theologians, Soteriology is simply the study of the question of salvation, the question of what is our ultimate destiny as human beings. I think it is very important for us–as a liberal religious tradition that has moved on from many traditional theological understandings–to have an articulatable (and reasonable and comforting) “soteriology,” because it does matter (to each of us) how we answer the question of our ultimate destiny as human beings. In fact, this may be the most important question in religion. Do be with us as I grapple with this really big religious (and spiritual) question.”
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