The Theology of Unitarian Universalists

“Our faith, of course, does have requirements.  To become a Unitarian Universalist, you make no doctrinal promises, but you are required to do much more.  You are required to choose your own beliefs — you promise, that is, to use your reason and your experience and the dictates of your conscience to decide upon your own theology, and then you are asked to actually live by that theology.  You are asked to take your chosen faith very seriously. ”