Sunday, January 23 @ 11 am – “Who We Are When Nobody’s Watching”

There are many reasons to act good—to gain the approval of those we respect, the acceptance of those we wish to connect with, or to enjoy a reputation others will respect or connect with. But these are all quite different from reasons to be good—not simply to seem, but to be so—or at least to strive toward that goal, whatever the costs. In this service, we will explore a question leveled at our Universalist ancestors from the very beginning: why, without fear of divine punishment, ought any of us to be good?


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